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[KG] XFX Offers HD6990 "OC Mode" Warranty Support

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KitGuru was the site to break the news last week that AMD were not supporting the HD6990 when the bios switch was placed into the performance ‘OC’ position. Today AMD released their official statement verifying that warranty would in fact not be supported if the hardware failed in the overclocked position.

KitGuru spoke with AMD partner XFX this morning and they wanted to assure their customers that they will be fulfilling the warranty, even if AMD aren’t.
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XFX told Kitguru:

"XFX will warranty the 880Mhz OC Usage as per our usual RMA terms, as long as there is no Consumer Induced Damage etc, as per our usual terms and process for RMA’s…

XFX strongly believe that if you add a performance enhancing switch which allows the end user to ENHANCE THE CARDS PERFORMANCE, WE Believe it is only right to warranty this benefit,

Further to this, if you wish to guarantee total stability of overclocked product, XFX recommend that consumers use our performance range of XFX range of Power supplies, offering our true wattage guarantee, and easyrail technology, with the best pairing being 750w onwards both core and Modular editions.
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post #2 of 55
Good on XFX, for once.
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Well that's great to know. I mean why would you build an option like that if you aren't going to warranty it in the first place. Pretty fail on AMD's part to be honest, and pretty win on XFX's.
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I guess if a lot of the partners come put and say this there is no major issue.
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wow way to fail AMD and good on you XFX!
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looks like im going XFX when i get this card.
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I laughed at the shameless plug regarding "easyrail." Either way, +1 to XFX.
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Originally Posted by jivenjune View Post
I laughed at the shameless plug regarding "easyrail." Either way, +1 to XFX.
Lol. Me too. But if they are doing something this good, plug away XFX.
    
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Wasn't even aware XFX made power supplies. Guess you learn something new everyday.
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I bet that 90% of the partners will provide warranty for the "switch of doom"
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