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Old August 28, 2010, 08:28 AM
Zero82z Zero82z is offline
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Originally Posted by phantom_jo View Post
It is true that EVGA will try to help anyway they can. But, any reputable shop will exchange directly or at least try to help you fix it if the item has just been bought recently. Compared to conversing with EVGA's customer service trying to do every troubleshooting methods in the book. You also have to consider the duration of it will take to ship both ways.
My point is that if the issue is software or configuration-related then replacing the motherboard will not fix it. You should always try to narrow down the problem before replacing any hardware.
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