^^ Dark2099's got it..
I Do manual because I prefer just typing in what i want, the only downfall is it constant and doesn't go down on idle.
So you would either key in a manual voltage or a negative offset in offset mode (-.07 would bring your 1.32 down to 1.25)
My 10850K (Gigabyte Z490 Ultra) Was running pretty warm too.. these boards simply give the CPUs too much voltage.
Mine at default was 1.32... I'm running it at a manual voltage of 1.216 100% stable @ Stock clocks.
Changing mine to normal didnt seem to help, had to manually key it in.
My 3800x boosts to 4.5ghz from time to time.. It's installed in an Aorus X570 Ultra.
Here are the best settings that have worked for me:
PBO: Disabled (in both places)
Any voltage settings in bios set to "normal" and not "auto"
Using windows high performance power mode with Processor Min and...
Here's what fixed idle voltages and temps for me (May also fix WHEA Errors)
-Anything in bios that has an "auto" and "normal" for voltages be sure to set it to normal.
-Set Power profile to "high performance" (Not ryzen high performance) and change min and max processor states to 1 and 100...