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Old May 5, 2010, 08:13 PM
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sorry for the late reply

mine has an issue with one of the ethernet ports...

also, one more question for the general community, do i have to play the shipping and handling fees when i ship my board to gigabyte?

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Old May 5, 2010, 08:21 PM
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nvm, i'm not going to rma it, i thought about it ... shipping and handling would probably cost just about the same as buying an ethernet card if my second port dies... LOL. So currently i don't think it's worth it

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Old May 5, 2010, 09:56 PM
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I had some problem with the ethernet port of my gigabyte board too. Turn out it a driver issue and rolling back to a older driver solve the problem. Maybe that will help you.
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Well, to answer your question: Yes you have to pay shipping to the States but if your board is defective, then Gigabyte pays the return shipping.
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I have had a few gigabyte boards RMAed. turn around is usually 2-3 weeks.

Fill out the form from here. RMA

Everything is straight forward. Just make sure there is no noticeable physical damage or it be refused.
I sent back a motherboard that both shorted out and had bent pins, would they refuse that?
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