This is why I stated "Since it can be difficult the manufactures gave us what we wanted & added LLC\Vdroop options". Overclocking with Vdroop can be difficult and rather confusing. I see where you are coming from and you aren't the first to that focus solely on voltage. Anything below 1.35v "is good" and you'll probably never see the spikes, but the CPU will handle the voltage differently depending on your settings. 1.329v is what you see, but that doesn't mean that's the end of the story. I personally still wouldn't run 1.33v [1.329v] 24/7 through my CPU. Just know that vdroop is there for a good reason. If you choose to use it or not I can't argue with that.
Also as I stated above. I will attempt to run some test throughout the week and post proof behind my reasoning. I live a fairly busy life so I try to do as much as I can whenever I can.
I just saw all of the edits you made as well. I guess I might now have to run test or anything like that. Also I don't get along with that website you posted lol.