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Random spikes in clock/voltage at idle after water cooling

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I installed XSPC Razor Titan water blocks last week and so far everything is going well, I am happy with the loop. However I am getting random spikes in GPU clock and voltage to 875 MHz/1012 mV. It only lasts for a few seconds then drops down to 627 MHz/900 mV and then back to default. I am not overclocking at the moment and the cards are sitting idle at 24C with nothing running. I don't believe this happened before I installed blocks and it happens with each card. Did I miss a setting that needs to be changed? Thanks in advance.
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I think your fine I looked up titan idle voltages and I found this. I could be missing something but if your not experiencing and stability problems i dont think theres anything to worry about.

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Thanks!
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