TiN_EEOn mesh CPUs like SKX/CLX there is power management unit inside CPU that handle clock changes. When it switches between one turbo ratio to another it will report EDP/Current clipping while all CPUs are switching ratios. When it's done, this flag goes away. If user set CPU ratio to manual , there is no automatic ratio changes so no EDP clipping is reported. However if user to change ratio in windows, for example using XTU ratio adjustment slider - you can see same thing - EDP/Current limiter will be clipped for few seconds, when all cores switching to new ratio. It's normal and known behavior. You can ask Intel on why this is happening too, perhaps if many users ponder same question, they could remove this item in future :)
TiN_EECurrent/EDP limit is indicator of multiple things, not directly related to just power throttle. It's a way for CPU to say "hey, I'm doing something while changing ratios, wait a bit until I stabilize on new frequency". So having short pulses of it is expected scenario when CPU ratios are changed by software. This is internal mechanism of the CPU, so there is no solution for it. To be fair, it's not a problem to be "solved" either, if the limiter is not permanently stuck on active position.