Yes, and both your PPT and "CPU Package Power" are 20 watts higher than your "CPU core + SoC Power". You will also notice that these extra 20 watts are always present, both at peak load and full idle load.
So there is no meter telling us where these 20 watts went, which would be nice to know more about.
No idea what's included in the PPT in the end, but the readings aren't consistent as far as the difference goes. I'm leaning towards something else lops into the PPT's reading that isn't viewable?HWiNFO's author Martin replied:
I will discuss with him if said "estimation" may be too high when it regularly exceeds the VRM's own POUT/PIN measurement (which cannot fully be trusted neither).
Here's some snaps of my B550/5900x running in different clocks, ECO modes, etc. You can see the value isn't fixed at all.
All of the above readings were running CBr20 with the same memory clocks/timings/voltage.
Edit: Dropping my memory clocks down from 3600MHz to 3200Mhz with the same timings while dropping the memory voltage from 1.46v's to 1.36v's increases the gap for some reason? Use the image just above this one to compare the results.
Conclusion? Further testing required.