Originally Posted by jihadjoe
NVIDIA didn't ban overvolting, they just said that companies who allow their cards to run out of spec will have to shoulder their own RMA costs. That's totally fair, IMO.
Now if EVGA and MSI want their Classified and Lightning cards to stand out, then the burden of ensuring their out-of-spec cards work properly falls on themselves.
Hah, it's not like they can half agree with Nvidia about that, I mean I am probably sure that if they sell a lineup of unlocked voltage SKUs they lose warranty on all of the GPUs purchased, even the ones that will be installed on locked reference SKUs.
I don't think EVGA or MSI can keep up with dealing with RMAs on their own.