It's misleading but if there is an hardware in the red it's still something you look at. Normally there is a reason. Like using 10 years old HDD and not using XMP for the memory. His userbenchmark is totally normal and I agree that no one should be panicking over this not when everything is between the lines.You "fix it", by not looking at userbenchmark.com.
It is wildly misleading on how it reports.