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I'm better than you, that's all I'm going to say.

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We all have done it at one time or another don't be so high and mighty plus its covered under the warranty i asked EVGA directly, Overclocking and bios mods are allowed as long as the original is put back so tongue.gif

The card will read as a GTX570 but the cores are laser cut, can confirm this now, flashed it back to my 560 bios, kind of disapointing

Irregardless of what manufacturer says is allowed... returning it to the store to exchange for another one is called fraud, and, is a crime. Things like that are why some stores get bad names, and the prices of consumer electronics go up. You should be ashamed of your self.... didn't your mother teach you right from wrong?

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lol now it's fraud from our resident board lawyer.

Do you honestly think the store eats the loss? They RMA it and get a BNIB item.
    
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Irregardless of what manufacturer says is allowed... returning it to the store to exchange for another one is called fraud, and, is a crime. Things like that are why some stores get bad names, and the prices of consumer electronics go up. You should be ashamed of your self.... didn't your mother teach you right from wrong?
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lol now it's fraud from our resident board lawyer.

Do you honestly think the store eats the loss? They RMA it and get a BNIB item.

The retailer, i do not belive, "rma's" more like just returns to manufacturer, they issue a credit, and that is that... the retailer does not take a loss per se, but they do have to order more of those units, which cost money and time. It is the manufacturer that takes the loss, which in turn, eventualy will have an in direct reflection on pricing. I could be wrong, but I am pretty certain that it is the same for electronics as it is for food. When I take inventory at work during delivery, damaged product gets returned, my store gets issued a reimbursement, and I have to order that product again and wait untill next truck day to get that item back in stock.

As someone who has, in his wild youth commited many a crime, and served the time for it, yeah, I think I know a bit or two about this sort of thing. Also to note, I have read a few law and statue books when I would go home to parents house ( father being a police officer )... the things you pick up when you get clean.

It is considered fraud, when you knowingly brick a item, and return it saying it was like that when you got it. or what ever the case may be. It can be charged as larceny, and if the value is over x amount can be considered grand larceny.

Explane how it is not fraudulent, or a crime and I am sure I can point out law's and statutes that prove it is.
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The retailer, i do not belive, "rma's" more like just returns to manufacturer, they issue a credit, and that is that... the retailer does not take a loss per se, but they do have to order more of those units, which cost money and time. It is the manufacturer that takes the loss, which in turn, eventualy will have an in direct reflection on pricing. I could be wrong, but I am pretty certain that it is the same for electronics as it is for food. When I take inventory at work during delivery, damaged product gets returned, my store gets issued a reimbursement, and I have to order that product again and wait untill next truck day to get that item back in stock.
As someone who has, in his wild youth commited many a crime, and served the time for it, yeah, I think I know a bit or two about this sort of thing. Also to note, I have read a few law and statue books when I would go home to parents house ( father being a police officer )... the things you pick up when you get clean.
It is considered fraud, when you knowingly brick a item, and return it saying it was like that when you got it. or what ever the case may be. It can be charged as larceny, and if the value is over x amount can be considered grand larceny.
Explane how it is not fraudulent, or a crime and I am sure I can point out law's and statutes that prove it is.

read the warranty on the item and fry's warranty on purchased eletronics, you can return it as per there warrany's and EVGA's. Go patrol the streets and stop tring to isntill your 1950's values on the rest
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Why would you need to blind flash it? Don't you have a spare card laying around?
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read the warranty on the item and fry's warranty on purchased eletronics, you can return it as per there warrany's and EVGA's. Go patrol the streets and stop tring to isntill your 1950's values on the rest

I seriously doubt the warranty states you can intentionaly brick your card and return it.... I would tend to think that if you told the manufacturer that you intentionaly bricked your card and asked for a replacement they would laugh at you.

And where do you come off with 1950's values? is it bad that my parents had the decency to instill in me the difference between right and wrong? The fact that I was raised catholic and learned that the golden rule states do unto others as you would have them do onto you?

Anyone who condones this behavior is just as rotten, anyone who belives, honestly belives, everyone does this sort of thing is jaded, and I truly feel sorry for you. For you will probably never know true happyness.
post #19 of 25
Lol at all the negative feedback. I support your cause OP!
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Stop crapping on OP's thread. mad.gif
    
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