Hello! Lately I've been noticing that the Performance Limit - Thermal says "Yes" sometimes even though my temperatures are fine. I have a 2080 and my maximum temperature is usually 77 degrees, whereas the temp limit is 83C. By that logic, I absolutely cannot be thermal throttling. The weird thing is that sometimes it says "Yes" even when it's much much cooler. Like a few times my GPU temp was in the 60s and when I exited my game I saw that the max value for perf limit - thermal was "yes". I purposefully lowered my fan speeds and let the gpu go up to 81 degrees but that time the thermal limit said "No". What's even weirder is that yesterday I was idle all day. I literally didn't do anything on my computer all day but at some point the thermal limit triggered to "Yes" along with the voltage limits (I keep hwinfo on all day every day). What could this be? I have read that it might be a driver issue which explains why I started seeing this problem for the first time one month ago when I updated my drivers after not updating them for almost 2 years. I managed to log this in GPU-Z and the thermal limit triggered exactly for 1 second and immediately stopped. However, hwmonitor was on at the same time and didn't detect anything. How can it possibly throttle for one second and then continue to not throttle even though the temperature stays the same/gets higher? Any opinions would be greatly appreciated! Thank you!