Please read my other posts I wrote in the 9900K thread and the Aorus thread. It would take me WAY too long to write everything I said here again for you. I don't have time for that.
All I can say is VID is used for voltage target with adaptive voltage (before any extra loadline calibration is factored in). VR Vout is CPU on-die sense voltage (most accurate voltage).
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