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Okay, I just got a call from the store saying I can pick it up, turns out it was a failed overclock? I dunno how this turned out to be, I never overclocked it once, nor would I overclock a machine just put together, and today a different guy is in the store and he says he'll have to charge me $50 because they don't cover overclocks... How do I prove I didn't overclock it? I don't want to be charged $50 for something I didn't do...

EDIT: They reset the bios to factory settings.... that's all they did... and now I'm being charged $50 for something I didn't do...

That is unfortunate and a bummer to hear. I don't know how you could 'prove' you didn't overclock anything but it sounds to me like you should also return the items you purchased from them. I know I would. frown.gif
    
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Haha! Was able to get the fee waived! Not sure if they believed me that I didn't overclock it, but they waived it anyways... Still curious how on earth it got overclocked without me doing any such thing...

Anyways cheers mates! Thanks again for all the help! thumb.gif
    
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