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I personally haven't been getting any stuttering with the game, but it is indeed a widespread issue. Luckily, 4A releases a patch yesterday that, for a lot of people, has reduced the stuttering to nearly zero. As I've said, I haven't noticed any stutter, but the people that have are reporting good results after the latest patch. Might be worth checking out, man.

When Steam was downloading the rest of Tomb Raider after installing it with a disk, I noticed the Metro LL update but I thought it was something else. When I read the comment after yours, I just thought that's what it was, an update! It really did help, stuttering is mostly gone, going to go and play it right now from the start... Just what I was waiting for in that patch.
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Like I mentioned before, I don't see why the AIB's couldn't take it upon themselves to offer voltage control for their premium cards by simply making the user agree to a voided warranty if the voltage option is activated. You would go to click voltage control in Precision or whatever and then you would have to agree to voiding the warranty, allowing you to set higher voltages (still within reason of course). This takes the risk away from the AIB's and allows the end user the option. Out of curiosity, how many of you guys would activate unlocked voltage on your Titan(s) if it voided your warranty?
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I am starting to get really mad about my 2x Titan purchase. Seeing the 780 gtx classified with the custom PCB.... what gives NV!!!!mad.gifmad.gif

Nvidia is hammering down harder than ever on any sort of voltage modification offerings by their partners.. what exactly is all that crap on the classified's going to help achieve if the voltage is ultimately locked and unable to be increased?? There is no reason to be worked up about something like this unless you're the type that cares more about what stickers and colors are in the heatsink.

780 classified and lightning owners can sit there and enjoy their custom pcb's that won't do a Damn thing about the card's performance overall.
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Nvidia is hammering down harder than ever on any sort of voltage modification offerings by their partners.. what exactly is all that crap on the classified's going to help achieve if the voltage is ultimately locked and unable to be increased?? There is no reason to be worked up about something like this unless you're the type that cares more about what stickers and colors are in the heatsink.

780 classified and lightning owners can sit there and enjoy their custom pcb's that won't do a Damn thing about the card's performance overall.

That is, until you voltmod it hardware-wise. wink.gif It's not like we always had much if any control over voltage over the course of the history of discrete GPU cards... tongue.gif. I think people have gotten a little spoiled in that regard from having a couple of cards with it.
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Like I mentioned before, I don't see why the AIB's couldn't take it upon themselves to offer voltage control for their premium cards by simply making the user agree to a voided warranty if the voltage option is activated. You would go to click voltage control in Precision or whatever and then you would have to agree to voiding the warranty, allowing you to set higher voltages (still within reason of course). This takes the risk away from the AIB's and allows the end user the option. Out of curiosity, how many of you guys would activate unlocked voltage on your Titan(s) if it voided your warranty?

No, it doesn't, because many times if the card died the voltage increase won't have caused any damage that can be traced back to it, leaving the AIB on the hook when the end user claims their card just died. How many people have abused RMA policies in the past...? Clearly enough to make nVidia skittish about giving out free cards to people abusing theirs with little knowledge of what they're actually doing thumb.gif .
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No, the EULA would be very specific. If you use unlocked voltage you get no RMA for anything. It would be up to the end user to decide if it was worth the risk or not and neither Nvidia nor the AIB would be on the hook for anything. That's why I asked if anybody would activate unlocked voltage in that scenario?
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That is, until you voltmod it hardware-wise. wink.gif It's not like we always had much if any control over voltage over the course of the history of discrete GPU cards... tongue.gif. I think people have gotten a little spoiled in that regard from having a couple of cards with it.

You can probably count on two hands how many people in the world have hard-modded a Titan for more voltage (or know how to). Also, why would you spend $750 on a classified to eventually hard mod it instead of just hard modding a titan and getting better performance there?
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You can probably count on two hands how many people in the world have hard-modded a Titan for more voltage (or know how to). Also, why would you spend $750 on a classified to eventually hard mod it instead of just hard modding a titan and getting better performance there?

I'd much prefer to hard mod a Classy over a Titan as I wouldn't have to worry about blowing my mediocre VRM's and the power delivery of the Classy would probably allow for better clocks as well...
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Originally Posted by Majin SSJ Eric View Post

No, the EULA would be very specific. If you use unlocked voltage you get no RMA for anything. It would be up to the end user to decide if it was worth the risk or not and neither Nvidia nor the AIB would be on the hook for anything. That's why I asked if anybody would activate unlocked voltage in that scenario?

How would you secure this? Nothing software wise would be un-erasable, and a switch on the gpu with a sticker on it would be a "that came off on accident" nightmare
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