sure i did that but when i decreased the different PTT TDC and EDC values, i just saw the frequencies dropping and using less power, but the voltages where still at that high ranges. my MT scores are basically the same manual compared to PBO at 210/145/190 and boosting to allcore 4.65ghz but at a power consumption off rougly 210 watts compared 4.6ghz manual oc. I tried lowering all those values, also different to each other but i just saw decreasing frequencies still at very high power consumption. Thats because PBO uses much higher Voltage tables to be sure everyone are getting those frequencies. PBO is some kind of bruteforce attack for me
i know i cant trust sensored voltages on Zen3 but i can trust the power/consumption readings at load. R23 gives mit 23k points with manual @46 and pbo gives me like 300 points more on MT. I get 210watts on MT and PBO and 140watts at manual
At ST pbo gives me roughly 10% more performance thats quiet cool but as i said at voltages i dont like to see even AMD says its actually save haha.
Also temperatures are alot lower 60degrees on manual oc then 81 at PBO on full load
Edit, if i sett PTT to something like 150 or 160, my allcore freq drops to 4.3ghz something like that giving me lower r23score and still higher power consumption then manual 46x