[Thanks to everyone who sent this in]
Update: Tipster Adam wrote in with a fix that worked for him -- check out his advice in full after the break.
I do not take credit for the following steps and the link to the original post does not have the author listed.
It involves editing the registry (very simple) to basically disable what's called PowerMizer which allows the clock speed of the graphics cards to change depending on usage.
Without PowerMizer, what happens is the clocks run at full all the time, audio stuttering usually occurs (in my situation and others) when the PowerMizer chooses to increase or decrease the clock and so disabling fixes the problem.
Now, I am not one for editing the registry without proper knowledge of the consequences. Ever since I have done this (Even before BIOS AO3) I have been monitoring temperatures inside my computer and specifically the GPU's and have not noticed a significant increase (About 1-2 degrees difference, but that is minimal and could have been location dependant) in running temperature, meaning there should be no adverse affects to using this fix.
This fix works with all current drives supported with the M17X.