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newegg needs a ban hammer
I've tried, but they made me check my hammer in at the door
post #22 of 25
So is it true what he is saying. Is it similar to Windows OEM where they say its for one computer but you can transfer it anyway (in that they have an official policy yet they do not rigidly enforce it). I just bought an i5 2500k and 8 gigs of 1600 and I'd hate to have to return the RAM just to not potentially void the warranty.
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post #23 of 25
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So is it true what he is saying. Is it similar to Windows OEM where they say its for one computer but you can transfer it anyway (in that they have an official policy yet they do not rigidly enforce it). I just bought an i5 2500k and 8 gigs of 1600 and I'd hate to have to return the RAM just to not potentially void the warranty.

*Intel rep on phone* "And what RAM were you using with your computer?" *You* "1333 mhz."

Problem solved
post #24 of 25
Aren't Intel bound by law to tell you of, or atleast show it somewhere in the T&Cs, anything that can void the warranty?
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*intel rep on phone* "and what ram were you using with your computer?" *you* "1333 mhz."

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