Ubuntu. Wanted to Underclock A little. Ended up with messed up Graphic Clock Levels in PoweMizer

I wanted to underclock Core Clocks a little as i Have OC Version of 3080Ti GPU Card.
Using Graphic Card Clock Offset And I’ve Ended Up with Overclocked Max Clocks.
I’ve searched Many Topics but i cant find solution.
I cant use Graphic Card Clock Offset as it does not let me undersclock lower than 2100 MHz which is Way More than Default 1710 Mhz
I’ve tried to Unninstal Drivers. Reinstall. Purge. I’ve even Reinstalled Ubuntu but this still is the same.
Currently Using Version X Server 470 but same is with 460
This is Insane.

Can anyone tell me what i can do to Reset this to Default Values.
Is there any way to Offset Only Min And Max Clock Levels Per each Performance Level ?
Where those values are stores. I cant find any file where Those Values would be saved. Is there any way to fix that. ?
I am worried as this should be reseted after Ubuntu Reinstall. But is not.
Can you Pls Someone Help Me.

When i boot up
My Current Levels
0 - 210 - 420
1 - 210 -2100
2 - 270 -2160
3 - 270 -2160
4 - 270 -2160

While setting Offset -290
This changes levels to
0 - 210 - 420
1 - 210 -2100
2 - 210 -2100
3 - 210 -2100
4 - 210 -2100

Graphic Clock seems to be actually working on 1710 on Highes Level … But come on…
Why this is so messed up.
Why Those levels are messed up when booted up ? Why some changes are pemanent and some not.

Attribute ‘GPUCurrentClockFreqsString’ (bart-All-Series:0[gpu:0]):
nvclock=1710, nvclockmin=270, nvclockmax=2160, nvclockeditable=1,
memclock=9501, memclockmin=9501, memclockmax=9501, memclockeditable=1,
memTransferRate=19002, memTransferRatemin=19002, memTransferRatemax=19002,
memTransferRateeditable=1
‘GPUCurrentClockFreqsString’ is a string attribute.
‘GPUCurrentClockFreqsString’ can use the following target types: X Screen,
GPU.

Attribute ‘GPUPerfModes’ (bart-All-Series:0[gpu:0]): perf=0, nvclock=210,
nvclockmin=210, nvclockmax=420, nvclockeditable=1, memclock=405,
memclockmin=405, memclockmax=405, memclockeditable=1, memTransferRate=810,
memTransferRatemin=810, memTransferRatemax=810, memTransferRateeditable=1 ;
perf=1, nvclock=210, nvclockmin=210, nvclockmax=2100, nvclockeditable=1,
memclock=810, memclockmin=810, memclockmax=810, memclockeditable=1,
memTransferRate=1620, memTransferRatemin=1620, memTransferRatemax=1620,
memTransferRateeditable=1 ; perf=2, nvclock=270, nvclockmin=270,
nvclockmax=2160, nvclockeditable=1, memclock=5001, memclockmin=5001,
memclockmax=5001, memclockeditable=1, memTransferRate=10002,
memTransferRatemin=10002, memTransferRatemax=10002, memTransferRateeditable=1
; perf=3, nvclock=270, nvclockmin=270, nvclockmax=2160, nvclockeditable=1,
memclock=9251, memclockmin=9251, memclockmax=9251, memclockeditable=1,
memTransferRate=18502, memTransferRatemin=18502, memTransferRatemax=18502,
memTransferRateeditable=1 ; perf=4, nvclock=270, nvclockmin=270,
nvclockmax=2160, nvclockeditable=1, memclock=9501, memclockmin=9501,
memclockmax=9501, memclockeditable=1, memTransferRate=19002,
memTransferRatemin=19002, memTransferRatemax=19002, memTransferRateeditable=1
‘GPUPerfModes’ is a string attribute.
‘GPUPerfModes’ is a read-only attribute.
‘GPUPerfModes’ can use the following target types: X Screen, GPU.