That's the latest bios A2, release date was probably just posted on their website a day after that build was compiled
Super weird. I notice that the temp is 27C while in the bios, so I'm wondering if this would happen outside of windows. Might have something to do with the windows power plan setting and/or chipset driver. Changing power plans and reinstalling chipset drivers would be my first stop, but that's just taking shots in the dark. I'd also try disabling PBO or any other extra bios features (Default settings..) if you have them on just to see what happens.
Fans increasing to compensate are probably just a side effect due to the factory CPU fan profile, you could likely customize the curve to make it flat throughout the 30-40C range and stop that. That board should have a pretty decent UI in the bios for setting a custom fan curve.
30-40C are pretty normal temps for these, but mine (3700x) is whipping around randomly from 35C to 45C while I type this, not in some strange linear pattern.
I don't think you have anything to worry about as long as it's working properly under load and not causing jerkiness when changing power states, etc.. Worst case is a wonky thermal sensor
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