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Theres a horribly placed serial code sticker on the top of my Titans PCB that is partially covering a vram. It says "Do not remove or warrenty is voided" has anyone removed their serial code sticker for the time being? i dont like it on my vram.. sadsmiley.gif

I usually take the 'do not remove ' stickers off & save them somewhere before I wreck them. Some fine tweezers & a blade can usually get them off cleanly.
$1000 card might not be the one to risk trying it though, I ripped a few before getting it down.
    
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How do you specify exactly what boost clock to get in KBT? I'm getting almost random clocks that range from 1110-1137 every time I try to edit Naennon's bios.
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Gigabyte GeForce GTX Titan WindForce 3X GPU Spotted In the Wild

http://wccftech.com/gigabyte-geforce-gtx-titan-windforce-3x-gpu-spotted-wild/

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I agreed it looks terrible that cooler yuk BTW I know you guys don't put much stock in asic but I must say I hit the jack pot three cards (titans) 78-77-82 and my cards clock very nice on air and the 82 is slightly better but very miniscule I have read all the titan threads and I think I am starting to see the correlation between the two I don't know just my opinion
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Theres a horribly placed serial code sticker on the top of my Titans PCB that is partially covering a vram. It says "Do not remove or warrenty is voided" has anyone removed their serial code sticker for the time being? i dont like it on my vram.. sadsmiley.gif

I actually asked on the EVGA forums about it and they said it's ok to take it off and place it on a different spot on the card, both of mine came off pretty easily.

Also posting my build just because
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I just ordered myself a very nice looking waterblock for my EVGA Titan.
Here's the link: http://www.aquatuning.us/product_info.php/info/p15363_Aquacomputer-kryographics-for-GTX-TITAN--nickel-plated-version.html
It was either this or the strange looking Heatkiller block with the holes on the bottom of the card that you'll never see without a mirror.
The AC's are very thin blocks which won't give you any trouble at all when using 2 or more cards.
I still don't know if I'll be getting another Titan, later, or go for another EVGA GTX 690 for quad-SLi.
No problem since I'm gonna wait a couple months before ordering either.
I'm not positive, but I think my EVGA backplate will fit with this certain block.
AquaTuning only had 5 of these blocks left (4 now) so if you want one you'd best hurry!
All the other sites only had blocks from EKWaterblocks. Not a choice for me.
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I'm considering a rebuild including a Titan... but only if I can buy one with a lifetime warranty (for $1000, I'm not putting up with a 3 year guarantee, I've been burned by nvidia before on two 9800GX2's). Anyone know if there are any?
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I actually asked on the EVGA forums about it and they said it's ok to take it off and place it on a different spot on the card, both of mine came off pretty easily.

This ^.

Mine was placed across one of the vram chips as well. I called evga, and they did in fact say as long as its intact its all good. I placed mine along the edge of the card by the slot bracket, and my backplate covers it up nicely.
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I'm considering a rebuild including a Titan... but only if I can buy one with a lifetime warranty (for $1000, I'm not putting up with a 3 year guarantee, I've been burned by nvidia before on two 9800GX2's). Anyone know if there are any?

There arent any that I am aware of. Evga offers an extended warranty, and will cover for up to 5 years.
And honestly who here is keeping a titan longer then 5 years if that, beyond maybe for their collection biggrin.gif
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