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you have to register your card in a month of purchase right? what if its been 4 days since 30 days after purchase and i have yet to register can i still do it or am i kinda screwed?

PS: didnt meant to jack thread was just wondering. and yes as he said just rma it, get a new one.
Doesn't hurt to try. I would bet they'd want a invoice though when you do RMA so yeah you may be screwed. Is it EVGA or PNY? If not you should be fine. Because most of the other companies don't need the card registered just the serial.
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Here's a "tearing" example that I see in-game
That does not look bad. Does it bigger? Check and make sure you dont have vsyn on, in the games graphic interface. Then check the Nvidia control console.

Manage 3D settings, program settings. Find your game and make sure v sync is turned off there too.

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you have to register your card in a month of purchase right? what if its been 4 days since 30 days after purchase and i have yet to register can i still do it or am i kinda screwed?
The best thing you can do is send them a e/mail asap. IMHO video card manufactures w/ lifetime require registration.
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It gets worse over time. I've tried with both vsync on and off, not much of a difference. Its playable in the first hour, but after an hour or so, it just goes down the bend.

My wife, a non picky person, decided we had to close Shogun 2 after an hour. She's a very casual user who doesn't whine about minor things. Gives you a feeling of how bad it is. The fact that LoL teared at 5 mins into the game shows just how bad it is
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