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Well this is the first time ive ever heard this. Surely someone at Intel is gonna ask the question, "Whats wrong with this returned chip?" And the answer is just "nothing he just wants another?"

So if this is true everyone should just buy the plan and every 3 years just keep returning the cpu for a new one thats not degraded?
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How to Obtain Replacement Eligible Processors under the Plan
To request a replacement product under the Plan from Intel, you must contact the Intel Customer Support (ICS) center in your region within the eligible coverage period during normal business hours (local time), excluding holidays, and return the Eligible Processor (specifically as directed by the ICS center) to the designated ICS center (http://www.intel.com/p/en_US/support/contact/phone). The ICS center will provide specific instructions for removing the Eligible Processor and (as applicable) any related components. These instructions must be precisely followed to avoid inadvertent damage to the system housing the Eligible Processor.
Please be prepared to provide:
(1) Your name, mailing address, email address and telephone numbers;
(2) Your Plan activation code (provided to you at time of Plan purchase; or provided to you from your place of purchase at time of system purchase);
(3) Retail Box Serial Number; and
(4) An explanation of the problem

Suely "I dont like this one" doesnt define problem?
Edited by $ilent - 2/23/13 at 5:01pm
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Well this is the first time ive ever heard this. Surely someone at Intel is gonna ask the question, "Whats wrong with this returned chip?" And the answer is just "nothing he just wants another?"

So if this is true everyone should just buy the plan and every 3 years just keep returning the cpu for a new one thats not degraded?
Suely "I dont like this one" doesnt define problem?
First you can only replace a chip once, after that you get no more replacements, 2nd is I wil claim ( factually ) That my chip has degraded to the point i need very high voltage to keep it stable
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Double psot oops
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