Originally Posted by Crystal_Castles
It's not their fault you paid more for your RAM than I paid for my entire computer... I would take their offer and sell the RAM and not deal with corsair again if that's how you really feel, though I think their offer is very fair.
Well, its indeed their fault that they have no solution for people like him: and there are plenty.
I wouldn't be happy If I bought top of the line RAM and then they want to exchange my superb (but not long-lasting) IC's with sub-par-cheap ones.
No, he should deffinitely get a refund, but not because of the difference of value, but because he paid a premium prize for a premium product that now he can't use and, thus, that should set you back a compensation.
And yes, I know that there are no more Hypers, so obviously he won't get those IC's anymore, but Corsair should understand and offer something else in exchange, because not many people expends nearly $1000 in memoria RAM this days, and you would be stupid to let go such costumer.