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i sold a cpu to someone and now it doesnt work. what do you need to rma a cpu to intel. im hoping its easy like memory, just send it in and send you a new one. btw i wasnt the original owner
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i sold a cpu to someone and now it doesnt work. what do you need to rma a cpu to intel. im hoping its easy like memory, just send it in and send you a new one. btw i wasnt the original owner
Warranty and replacement information for Intel® processors varies depending upon whether a processor is boxed (retail) or standard OEM (tray) processor. For boxed processors, Intel Corporation offers a 3-year limited warranty. Non-boxed you have to go through the place where you bought it ie Dell, HP, ect....

Intel can tell by the code imprinted on the chip as seen here...http://www.intel.com/support/process.../CS-030339.htm

If it was a boxed processor just go to http://www.intel.com/support/process.../cs-001525.htm

and request an RMA if its under the 3 years.
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fantastic, thanks for the info
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