Well, AMD should do something about the Polaris chips if they want to get back into competition with Nvidia, and what they are doing with the Wattman is definitely the wrong approach.
First: They should allow any modified bios -> when detecting one, display a big window saying "Mod Bios, beware, if you want to use it, you do it at your own risk" -> Agree
Second: They should have a button that allows increasing anything to almost any value -> display a big window saying "Dangerous settings, beware, if you want to use them, you do it at your own risk" -> Agree
Third: They should understand that most AMD buyers dont buy their products because they are the best, but because they use their brains when buying, and that market can kiss or kick them in the behind.
Alternatively, if they are to scared to release a no-limit Wattman to the masses, because the masses might be to ignorant, make a special edition wattman that can turn your Polaris into a frying pan
I see the potential in Wattman, but at its current state, its just another super useless tool. So, AMD, ready for competition or ready to disappear into the depths of nothingness?