What happen to EVGA lifetime warranty when you RMA the card?

sequoia

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I was cleaning the my case yesterday, and notice that my GTX 460 has TR part no - I never pay attention to this before. I received this card from RMA last yr - my previous card has a lifetime warranty. So I guess I lose my lifetime warranty if I RMA ?
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Cube Rhino

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You have to register the new RMA card, and you should carry on the warranty. Not 100% sure but that's how it works with my XFX card(currently RMA'ing a card I got as a replacement from RMA 2 years ago).
 

featsdontfailme

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This comes from the EVGA warranty page :

" •Replacements under EVGA's RMA Service will continue the original product's warranty based on the original warranty start date."

So, if the product you RETURNED had a "lifetime" warranty, the replacement part will still carry THAT warranty, regardless of the serial number prefix.

I would register it though, the RMA product should just slip into the returned product's spot and be listed as "lifetime".
 

sequoia

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Yes it is EVGA registered the card for me.... nice to know it still carry the same warranty. I looked around, and did not find that. Thanks guys... I sleep better now :D
 
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