Hi everybody! I recently got a Sapphire 7870 Boost (the one with a Tahiti LE Chip). I wanted to undervolt it, so I monitored it's voltage with GPU-Z. With the Sapphire Trixx Tool I lowered the Voltage from 1187 to 1000 without running into stability issues but got some strange data. With the undervolted setting I got short voltage peaks, up to 1.470V, which i think could be dangerous for the chip. I ran this test with Furmark and Tomb Raider multiple times, so if the reading is wrong, it's very consistant. When I tried to run Furmark at a fixed voltage setting of 1000 (which ran fine without "fixing" it), Furmark crashed. When i tried Minecraft with the stock voltage i saw the same results as with the undervolted setting in Furmark and TR - short but very high voltage peaks. So here are my questions: - Are nearly 1.5V over a short period of time dangerous for the lifespan of a Tahiti LE GPU? - Is there anything I can do about these peaks except setting the voltage to a fixed level? - Is it possible that these peaks are just an error in measurement? Thank you very much!