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Voltage and OCCT fps on GTX 570

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I have a question or two.

Everytime I hear a squealing sound (the capacitors I assume), the voltage monitored in GPU-Z goes up. And the FPS in OCCT rises from 280 to around 330. Why does this happen? Isn't the voltage supposed to be somewhat constant when stressing? Also. My voltage in this test was set to 1.050v in Afterburner, but I only notice 1.012v in GPU-Z. How does this add up? (Yes I am using the latest beta version)

Thanks in advance,
- Xylian

Oh and happy holidays!
Edited by Xylian - 12/24/10 at 11:17am
    
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