Discussion in 'Video Cards & Monitors' started by mAd_180, May 9, 2011.
yes yes i am
having said that i have a 2 week old waterblock that's no good to me now
still, thats an epic replacement.
The card has been excellent and well performing until the incident which caused me to rma.
New Card arrived today so all in all very happy with gigabytes warranty took around 3 weeks but was lucky enough to have the use of a 6950 in that time
and now considering keeping it for trifire with my new 6990 =)
Yea, I had an XFX fail basically straight away when I bought it a while back (8800GTS 512).
Pissed me off, the RMA turn around time was useless, waited 4 weeks and still had nothing. Store just gave me an Asus card instead.
Was really angry I paid $500 for a card I used for 2 days which was faulty but I couldn't get a replacement and had to send it for an RMA because I didn't return it before 7 days, due to not being able to build the pc until the e8400s cpus were in stock. Was a joke all in all.
Never buying xfx again, nor a video card until I have received all the other pc parts first.
2 days old? why couldn't you DOA it at where you bought it from for an instant replacement card? Online purchase or something? Shop had no other stock? you could have gotten a refund and bought another card that day if that was so. 2 days! thats way within the DOA period.d
In the post you quoted:
I didn't return it before 7 days, due to not being able to build the pc until the e8400s cpus were in stock.
ah right. that sucks :/
Old post, but does anyone know t(e procedure for rma to gigabyte direct.
I bought a 1050ti and it’s not liking 4k and the screen blacks in and out.
I bought it from MSY as I don’t drive its not easy for me to go to the store and if I’m going to mail it, i might as well mail it direct to gigabyte and cut out the middleman.
I haven't had to RMA with them for years, but the last time I think I contacted them directly via email and sent off my claim.
They emailed me an RMA number and said to give that and my product to the store I brought it from, which was fine because they paid postage. All the store had to do was pass it on that way, no internal testing.
In a few weeks I had a replacement product.
I've RMA'd almost every company out there over the years and they were a bit slow, but easy to deal with. I had a motherboard die while overclocking, but it was a high end board and I was within their advertised overclocking range, so they green lighted the RMA straight up.
Hey man, I think we do definitely take direct RMAs, but usually we advise to go through the store you bought it from, as they can verify the proof of purchase etc much more easily
You can shoot me a message if you need help following it through