No. Remember you have to agree to a disclaimer when opening the tool so if it started with Windows you'd have to click Okay on every launch. That said, I'm sure you can use Task Scheduler in Windows to force it to start up.
I think you can run bcdedit to kind of do the same thing e.g. bcdedit /set numproc 16 & bcdedit /delete numproc
of course you still need to run a restart command after this to implement it.
anyone found a way to load RyzenMaster with a profile in background while startup?