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How is Asus when it comes to upgrading AIO pc's with waranty stickers on?

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I just bought an Asus G20CB with i5, 8GB ram, 1070, 120GB ssd and 1TB hdd. And i want to upgrade the hdd to a 3TB atleast for all the games i want to have on it and probably ram to 16GB. But it has the darn waranty sticker. Are they ruthless on that part? Or are they like msi? That the sticker can be voided, and you still get waranty as long as the original hardware is intact, no physical damage and isntalled as it came as when sending in for RMA?
Cause i didn't want to pay 600 bucks extra for the 2TB 16GB ram model which has a 1080 and i7 which i don't need for the purpose i have in store for it.
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
core i7-3610qm 2.8ghz (3.2ghz turbo mode) Intel HM77 Chipset nVIDIA Geforce GTX 680M 4gb DDR3 1600MHz 
Hard DriveOptical DriveCoolingOS
2x mSata Sandisk U100 in msi super raid 0 BD Writer / Blu-ray / DVD Super Multi Unknown 2-in-one cooler for cpu and cpu 80mm Genuine Windows® 7 Home Premium 64bit 
MonitorKeyboardPowerCase
17.3" Anti glare full HD 1920x1080 LED backlight Steelseries 102 keys MSI execlusive ECO engine 180 watt MSI GT70 
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Touchpad and G9X Steelseries 4HD Audio Boost, 2 Speakers, 1 subwoofer (sound by ... 
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Asus overall in terms of warranty are pretty awful. I wouldn't want to give you buyers remorse, but I'd let the piece be without removing the sticker. I have an Asus board and despite what others said about Asus CS being stupid than a tumbling rock, I went with them. I have errors with the Z68 board and when I got in touch with their CS for RMA, they told me to get a new board as mine was an older one. Sworn not to get any Asus board even if it were raining Asus. Great products though, but their CS needs to be Corsair or EVGA good.
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