Originally Posted by DuckieHo
Yes, it does.... they have a minimum to be included.
Once a dataset is sufficiently large enough, the number of units sold does not matter on return rates.
"The returns rates given here concern the products sold between April 1st and October 1st 2011 for returns made before April 2012, namely after between 6 months and a year of use."
thank you for the correction.
However does it also take into account the B2/B3 debacle? And how each company dealt with it? Here is what I am talking about.
ASRock told users they would directly replace: http://www.asrock.com/news/show/cebit2011/
Originally Posted by ASRock
For customers who purchased ASRock product with the affected chipset, ASRock will provide exchange service after new chipsets are received in late February. We will inform customers through www.asrock.com
once exchange service is available.
GIGABYTE said to please return to the store you bought it from:http://gigabytedaily.blogspot.com/2011/02/intel-6-series-chipset-issues-q.html
Originally Posted by GIGABYTE
Q: What is the SOP for GIGABYTE 6 series motherboard exchange?
A: At the end of April please take your 6 series motherboard to the same store where you originally purchased it. If the product is not available at that time, please leave the series number and your personal contact details with the store and wait for further notice.
ASUS had offered full refund as well as replacement and some other stuff.
Sorry i just get a little ticked when someone thinks a gold capacitor means it is higher quality than all the non gold ones. lol.