Although im partially in agreement here,snipp......In reference to the EK understanding of the Zen2 chip...Im not convinced that AMD support understands it. Too many variables to manage and not a lot of clarity on why bios voltages are so high when they work with such a low voltage.
this is the main reason (below response from them) I said that EK support staff are not well informed with regards to Ryzen 3000 series
EK Support Staff Member - Email response said:According to what you have sent us (screenshots) we can tell, that your Maximum voltage is 1.5V (too much) which then the cause of this can be the rise of the temperature like in your case 85.5°C.
As you mentioned already "Peak temperature of 85C @ 1.3 volts", this is not true, but you have this temperature with 1.5V.
Yup, the above is what they told me, I answered back to them to first educate themselves on how Ryzen 3000 series CPUs work with regards to PBO and PB2 and specifically with regards to voltages/temperature/frequency and how many cores were active