Yes but there is many unknowns AMD does not really report.AMD has removed that offset reporting not long after Ryzen 1000 came out due it causing problems for people who tried to measure temperatures......
On top of it I've used a 2700X and 5800X and my wife is currently using a 3700X with a Corsair Capellix 360mm aio running at 800rpm and her CPU temperature in demanding games with PBO enabled is 54C. Either I had a really bad 5800X or they are just hot in nature due to small die area : -).
54 degrees is not much. So low it's possible thermal sensor is very inaccurate at that temps. To put it another way: FX-series had max temperature around 62 degrees and temp sensor was very inaccurate under 40 degrees (that is: difference between max temps and inaccurate temp was 22 degrees). Now, Ryzens should handle 95 degrees with no problems. Same 22 degrees difference would mean temp sensor is accurate on 73 degrees.
Probably not but who actually cares 50 degree range? Something over 70 is what matters. 50 degree range is just for automatic fan curve adjustment and needs not to be accurate.