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Well eVGA has released their MSRP prices. And the card I want to step up to its $350. I paid $379 for mine. So I am guessing that I don't have to pay anything to get the other card. Except for shipping both ways right? Correct me if I am wrong. Thanks
 

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Good question!
Perhaps an email to support and then you can give us the Offical answer
 

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Originally Posted by The Duke

Good question!
Perhaps an email to support and then you can give us the Offical answer


Good idea. I decided to give them a call. And the support person said that all I would have to pay is shipping. And that the whole process would take about a one and half weeks to complete between you shipping it to them and them shipping the new card back to you. And if you overnight it to them it should only take about a week. Unfortunatly they don't do cross-shipping. So it does mean you would be out your computer for the time it takes to complete the process.

But I think with a little persuasion they would do cross-shipping. And if not upgrade your shipping from their standard 3-day air to next day or something like that. But I am only going on assumptions, I have yet to do this so I am not sure if they would do the cross-shipping or upgrade the shipping. So don't hold that against me if they don't. I have dealt with them when I was RMAing my Motherboard and I got them to cross-ship it. And they also ate the shipping costs.

But what that does mean is that if you have a eVGA card and you paid more then $300 for it. Which you most likely did. You can get a new 7900gt for little cost (cost of shipping). Oh and you have to of purchased it less then 3 month. or 90 days ago.
 

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You will more than likely have to pay nothing for the card, you will still have to pay taxes on the card, depending on where you live.

eVGA wil not cross-ship, they state they need the card before they send you a new one. Hell people would probably "say" they sent it and eVGA will send a $300-$400 card not knowing if they are getting their back...no way in hell.

You're more likely to get free shipping or better shipping at no cost but I doubt it but they have good CS so there's more of a chance with them than any other company
 

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Well when I RMAed my Mobo. I got them to cross ship it. But I had to give them one of my credit card information as like colateral. So just incase they never got it back they would charge my card. And Im fine with that if it gets me back up and running faster.
 
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