I've been seeing a lot of posts on reddit about using HWINFO's +12v Input Voltage reading to monitor a potential melt on RTX 4090 cards. Many people are claiming anything below 11.8v is susceptible to melting. Is this actually a valid way to track issues or is it a bunch of nonsense? My understanding was that the +12v rail can have a variance of 5% and this is normally due to droop on the power supply's side, not the video card. It's gotten me curious (and a little worried) because the +12v on my 4090 drops as low as 11.758v when pulling 450w. Should I be concerned by this or is this completely normal?