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Hey all. Was checking out the new Perfcap feature of GPU-Z, when I noticed the graph turn orange and blue with the reasons "vRel &vOp" showing up.


Should I be worried? I just put an EK Nickel Waterblock on it as well as an EK backplate and tested it out quickly dry with no water flowing.

I did a very quick test and the GPU only got to 70c. 2 mins or so. Exited and looked at gpu-z and was greeted with vRel&cop graphs. Should I be worried? The card didn't have time to get hot. I seriously doubt its a heat issue.

Can anyone further enlighten me as to what this means? I have been told Voltage Reliability for vRel. vOp I am not sure of.

Finishing up my 2011 3930k build, really don't want any issues once it is up and running. Any input will be appreciated.

Thanks!
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Last time I post in this forum. I never get any replies. Ridiculous.
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I'm not sure anyone knows what Perfcap is. I know I've never heard of it - what's it do? Some kind of stress test?

My guess is that it just means the card was either over some set limit (or throttling) for power or voltage. Kind of like in Precision when it tells you whether the card was being limited by voltage or power.
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