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Help with unstable VDDC

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I recently used VBE7 to overclock the bios of my 7870 tahiti le. The card runs fine in terms of temperature, no artifacts, and the core clock is stable. However at idle i get an unstable VDDC like this:





Does anyone know how to fix this? or should I just ignore it since its not causing any changes in temp or OC?
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bump?
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Can anybody help me here?
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I don't have experience with VBE7,even though I want to try it I cant find the correct link for the exe file.

But in any case you should set a constant voltage amongst all power states.
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https://mega.co.nz/#!RMtkhJAQ!QrkXxntbEFMXj2LfJzmrWx4RPhMyRactV7mHVis4cCo

Problem is you can't change the VDDC of idle clocks.
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