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Alright, agreed it is a pain in the ass and not worth it. I will likely just buy myself a Q9550 and forgo the extended warranty. Still trying to decide whether or not I should dive in tho.
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Just bought the Q9550 and got a free water bottle from Newegg! $314.99 and free shipping. Added rush processing hoping it will get here before the weekend..

Ended up not worrying about the refund thing. In 2-3 years when I finally do a total system makeover again, I'll probably just shell out the cash and build from scratch. I think I should be safe until games start REQUIRING 4 cores (that's when everyone on OCN will have 16 cores )
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I plan to sell everything in a year or less anyway, so this would be pointless for me.
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