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Make sure you keep the receipt. I just got denied for warranty on a 1 month old EVGA card due to no receipt.
Evga will accept a screenshot of the invoice as viewed from the "Order History" sections that retailers like Newegg, Scan.co.uk etc..... provide
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EVGA. Buy with confidence and don't look back.
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Make sure you keep the receipt. I just got denied for warranty on a 1 month old EVGA card due to no receipt.
ouch, I remember when the PSP came out I pre-ordered Gran Turismo for it, paid in full, after all the delays when it came out 3 years later Blockbuster wanted my receipt to get the game! 3 Years! *** I was counting on your computer system BB. Needless to say I lost all my money and never got the game

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Evga will accept a screenshot of the invoice as viewed from the "Order History" sections that retailers like Newegg, Scan.co.uk etc..... provide
probably bought retail [B&M]
    
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PNY cards have been working great for folding for me. If I buy Nvidia, I generally go with eVGA but, when folding is concerned PNY all the way. I have had luck OCing PNY 8800GTS, 9800GT, and 9800GTX+. As for warranty, I have never dealt with PNY but, eVGA is awesome. I had a 7900GT way back when start giving me artifacts; one call to eVGA and they crossshipped a new card to me without any hassle.

I hope my experience helps you with your decision.
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post #15 of 15
Just get the EVGA 480 HC FTW like I did. Cooling and warranty wont be an issue.
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