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Honestly compared to every other AIB EVGA does by far the best RMA process. Companies like Zotac and PNY will literally void your warranty because you opened your card to service it with new thermal paste or thermal pads. They specifically right there warranties in the manner where if you opened up your product at all they can deny it I'm pretty sure if the customer reach back out and said hey the damage is entirely cosmetic and has nothing to do with why the card failed you could argue that it is not a valid reason to deny warranty based on the Magnuson Moss Warranty Act. Regardless it sucks that EVGA had missed one but this is the exception not the rule
I currently bought a msi 4070ti....but kept my EVGA 3060ti for a back up.... always love EVGA Gpu.
u are a really good guy with some nice skills and patience!
recently i send a 3070ti to "krisfix"....but sadly he said: its a dead gpu and not fixable!!
I love your honesty ❤️. How much where the repaircosts? And wasn't this in warranty?
My 3090 Ftw3 Ultra is literally at EVGA right now and they have denied the RMA... No reason given yet. This should be fun... You might get an email soon.
These videos are so satisfying to watch, Thanks for making them!
I stopped buying EVGA products several years ago. Their customer service is good but that's been the problem for me; I've had to RMA more video cards and motherboards from EVGA products than any other brand I've used. To be honest, I've actually never had to RMA anything from MSI, Asus, Gigabyte, or Corsair. I have RMA'd at least 3 EVGA motherboards and two GPUs however. So yes, customer service is great, but product quality seems to be pretty bad.
How can a human do these things? :O
Poeple like yourself and Luis Rossman are the reason I have the knowledge to fix computers and gpus at a hardware level! I thank you from the bottom of my heart for being a real youtuber, this isn't the first video I watched from you but it seems you are really here to show ppl and eduicate them!
Your simply an expert !!! was nice too see ty
With the rising prices of videocards, videocard repair seems like something which will be increasingly financially viable, especially because of how many cards have been used for mining over the past couple of years.
I bought a used 3080 about a month and a half ago, which was most likely used for mining, but the fact that it was EVGA gave me a lot more peace of mind, because they are the only videocard brand in North America which officially supports transferable warranties (I've already got it registered to my EVGA account, and there's still over a year left on the warranty). I'm not going to lie, the fact that this is the last generation of EVGA cards made it a more enticing product for me. It's an EVGA FTW3 Ultra (looks like the same cooler as the 3090 in this video), and it was 770 CAD with shipping (about 580 USD). It also gives me some peace of mind to know that repair services like North West Repair exist.
no dont even buy evga, they are shit company
from where we can buy this super tester mega pro
I had to RMA my EVGA 2080 Black 3 times because they kept sending me defective GPU's. Finally, the last one they sent me has been working for a couple of years now. I also had to RMA my EVGA 850w SuperNOVA PSU because the fan stopped working and it was overheating. They sent me a new one.
They tell you not to remove the stickers on them and once they are removed your beat...dude shouldnt have taken them off or bought it with the stickers gone or maybe evga would have fixed it lol
Heh, funny how the only 4090 that EVGA produced actually had the power connector on the back of the card closest to the front of the pc case. Would likely have been the only board design on the market that didn't have a risk of fire. Such a shame they had to cease business with nvidia. You can't knock the quality of EVGA consumer boards especially when Biso Biso took 1st place on 3dmark leaderboards not by using an EVGA XOC edition but a standard EVGA retail edition that anyone could buy right off the shelf. It's rare to see such commitment to the customer these days from big brands but being able to beat the pro XOCers to the top of the leaderboards shows what a bit of passion can do during the design process, allowing the general public the opportunity to give the top XOC enthusiasts a run for their money is what it's all about.
I hate how all brands except EVGA anymore since they no longer make GPUs, but they still continue to use garbage Micron
Nice work, these are expensive hope my 3080 12gb behaves
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