Personally, I would turn off any automatic overclocking profiles. As far as I know, newer motherboards can adjust at will your processor speed and voltage according to temp and other factors, options that can be adjusted within the BIOS (now known as UEFI)
If you are handy with overclocking, I strongly suggest you to turn them off. They do help the novice overclocker when properly configured, but once you know how to get safe overclocks, you can ditch those features.
Now, about those VRMs, that's probably an issue due to some configuration on your BIOS, or maybe not enough airflow within your case. I cant really help you with that part, but try checking your overclock profiles (which you could have misconfigured if you didn't know what you were doing), if that doesnt solve the problem, either you have a defective mobo or your case has insufficient airflow. Installing an additional intake fan nearby the socket never hurts
Hope it helps, but wait for someone more experienced with that particular UEFI.