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GpuZ PerfCap explanation needed

RedsOnly

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Hi,

I'm not a nerd and I moved to PC recently.
I had a problem with a GTX970 a year ago, so I changed to a EVGA GTX 1060 SC ACX 2.0

I installed GPUZ time ago and I find it very useful to control GPU and Sensor data, but I don't understand what does it mean when PerfCap reason become blu for Vrel or Voltage raelibility. I have a 650W power supply that it looks fine for my setup.

Could you please explain me what that Vrel means and why it happens and how to fix it?

Thank you very much!!:)
 

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W1zzard

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For GeForce 10 "vRel" is the expected state during gaming. It means the card's boost algorithm will not clock the card higher, because the voltage-frequency table doesn't allow higher frequency, because the (auto-set) voltage is already at the highest safe level.
 

RedsOnly

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For GeForce 10 "vRel" is the expected state during gaming. It means the card's boost algorithm will not clock the card higher, because the voltage-frequency table doesn't allow higher frequency, because the (auto-set) voltage is already at the highest safe level.
Thank you very much W1zzard and thanks for moving my post too! :)
 
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