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I'm a little confused with ASUS's GPU warranty policy. I called to check what kind of warranty I have on my 600 series card and he said until may 2014. I thought they had 3 yr warranties?
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I'm a little confused with ASUS's GPU warranty policy. I called to check what kind of warranty I have on my 600 series card and he said until may 2014. I thought they had 3 yr warranties?
Three years from manufacturing date most likely?
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Three years from manufacturing date most likely?
The 600 series just came out this year.
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Maybe it's a mistake from the person you called in. Is there a way to check online?
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Wow damn maybe I should have just returned my 7870 instead of RMAing it and saved up a little more for a 670.

Chances are you'll get a pretty solid 7870 the second time around. I would say a 670 or more would be overkill for your current Phenom. A 7870 is a good fit.
post #296 of 672
oh noes...they had a ninja refresh today it looks like

sad i missed this one http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814130803R frown.gif
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post #297 of 672
There are some decent ones up right now. Here are some of the good ones in stock as of my posting:

Asus HD7950 DC2
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814121490R

Asus GTX560Ti DC2 TOP
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814121425R

Asus GTX550Ti DC
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814121435R

Gigabyte HD6770
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814125396R

I scored a Asus HD7850 DC2 for $180.86 shipped. My first open box video card score in awhile.
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Maybe it's a mistake from the person you called in. Is there a way to check online?


If there is, I surely can not find it.
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post #299 of 672
Wow they had a MSI GTX670 2GB for $277 and an EVGA GTX670 4GB + backplate for $361... what a steal.
post #300 of 672
They had a ASUS 670 DC2 for 340. It used to be under 290 a couple of weeks ago frown.gif. I also find it strange that the MSI is still cheap. I guess the ASUS' are just in higher demand?
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