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Old March 8, 2012, 10:06 AM
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Something will inevitably go wrong with any product. I've RMA'd an Asus motherboard once, and an ASUS videocard once. I'm not saying that ASUS builds the most reliable product, but each time something has gone wrong, their RMA process has been beyond reproach. Hell, the motherboard I warrantied (the M2A-VM) was a couple of monthes outside of warranty, and they still replaced it. That's why I went back to ASUS to buy my new board!

Meanwhile, there's been a few threads on here describing Gigabyte's horrible RMA service. They may very well have fewer failures than other brands, but when something does go wrong (and it inevitably will) apparently they're a pain to deal with!

HTPC: Z77A-G45; 3770K; Coolermaster GeminII; 2x4GB Kingston HyperX 1600Mhz; MSI R7-260X; 2x 128GB Crucial M4 SSD; 1TB WD Green, 2x 2TB WD Green; PC P&C 750W PS; Fractal Design Node 605;
Son's Rig: M5A97; 1055T; CNPS20LQ; 2x4GB Corsair Vengeance 1600Mhz; ASUS GTX650Ti Boost; 80GB Intel 520 SSD; 320GB WD Black HDD; SPI 700W; Bitfenix Shinobi;
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