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If I sell my msi tf3 680 and buy a used evga 680 purchased within the last 90 days, can I use their step-up program to get a 780?
Edited by AIienware - 6/2/13 at 3:27pm
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I think you could if the card was registered, Since the day it's registered that's when the 90 days start. If it wasn't registered you can register it on the website. I think they step up to reference models only not all sure on that one though.
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I think you could if the card was registered, Since the day it's registered that's when the 90 days start. If it wasn't registered you can register it on the website. I think they step up to reference models only not all sure on that one though.

crossing my fingers the one I saw on craigslist is registered then. is it not eligible if you registered after may 23rd?
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"The buyer may register it online with us whenever they would like, however they don't have to. They will not get any message like that if it is already registered and you will not need to un-register it unless you don't want to see it on your account anymore. If they need to RMA the product for any reason they will use the Guest RMA"

This was a question I found on their forums and the above user's name reply

http://www.evga.com/forums/tm.aspx?m=1631501&mpage=1
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