295 Single-PCB & Microstuttering
Some that had the original dual-PCB 295 complained about microstuttering under 30fps. Since the single PCB uses the same components except on a single-PCB, I am guessing that it has the same problem. I am also aware not everyone notices it, and that most SLI/Crossfire/etc setups will have it.
For those that are sensitive to microstuttering and also has a single-PCB 295, how does it fare in this dept? Would like to get some first-hand reports despite my common sense conclusion.
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