I've done that and posted gigabyte's support replies here in this thread. They said everything is ok. I haven't bothered anymore, I just use my computer instead of check hw monitoring programs all the time.
I'm not sure which application has installed it and what it does exactly but what I see is that every time I open HWiNFO this driver's "Accessed" time/date gets updated.
Does HWiNFO install this driver or what's it for?
According to https://www.gigabyte.com/Motherboard/B550-AORUS-ELITE-V2-rev-10/support#support-cpu the CPU is supported since the very first BIOS version. CM Hyper 212 cooler. It's not anything magical but still better than stock. ~35C idle temps. Full load is ~80C. With accurate power reporting...
Maybe you have a statement from AMD where they say that HWinfo is accurate? Otherwise motherboard vendors can just say that there's no confirmation from AMD that PRD is valid or accurate at all and we, the users, don't have anything to say against that.
I think my wording might be misleading. They said that in the article AMD stated that the deviation reporting in HWinfo is inaccurate.
Anyway I replied to them saying that AMD didn't state that in the article and that their screenshot doesn't show anything because the processor wasn't under full...
Their support linked me the following article where AMD supposedly stated that the reading is inaccurate: https://www.tomshardware.com/news/ryzen-burnout-amd-board-power-cheats-may-shorten-cpu-lifespan
Only that AMD didn't state that anywhere in that article.