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As the title states i'm trying to make a list of all the gpu vendors who offer global warranty. So far the only one that i am sure of is EVGA. Are there any others? It would be nice to know that if you buy a gpu from the US while you live in Europe for instance, you will be able to ship it to your region's service center and not the US one, in case a problem occurs.
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Anybody??
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From what I have read most warranty's are valid in the country the card was purchased in. I think if you buy it in another country and have it shipped to you the warranty if still valid but I'm not 100% sure on that.
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Originally Posted by Viperelite View Post

From what I have read most warranty's are valid in the country the card was purchased in. I think if you buy it in another country and have it shipped to you the warranty if still valid but I'm not 100% sure on that.

I'm not 100% sure either and i hoped someone would know more about it. I guess i 'll have to contact each vendor individually. Thanks for replying.
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I can confirm these manufacturers don't offer any form for global/International warranty:
ASUS (also, ASUS RMA is a piece of bollocks)
Gigabyte.

I'm curious about the same question too, not only with GPU manufacturers, but with hardware manufacturers in general.

Those I know/can confirm have "global/international" warranty:
Corsair
EVGA
Cooler Master
Crucial
OCZ

The one I'm not 100% sure about (only experience I had was superb though):
Kingston
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