You will have to experiment to find out. It may vary by several pounds from car to car depending upon chip parameters, engine condition/combination, ambient weather conditions, quality of that batch of fuel, etc.
Turn the boost up until you begin to see timing retard and then increase the fuel pressure a couple of pounds. If you still have retard, reduce the boost until the retard does not occur.
Don't let anyone tell you that a little timing retard all the time is okay unless they are buying your next engine.