I have emailed EVGA Europe on 2 different email addresses and also used their complaint system to try and get them to login to UPS and direct the motherboard to the correct country. Usually they reply to a request within a few hours or less. I suspect that because they know they have ****ed up, they are avoiding doing anything.
I registered my new address in Sweden before I made the RMA request. Once I was sure it was the mobo that died I got the RMA authorisation and EVGA created a label for shipping to German EVGA. The return address they put on the PDF label was the new address I registered... my Swedish address. After 3 days they sent new board out and sent me UPS track code. It wasn't until late Friday afternoon that I realised they had shipped the new mobo to my old address. Totally their ****up and it looks like they wont do anything about it.
I registered at UPS and I can see how quick and easy it is for the sender to redirect a parcel. Only the sender can do this. Tomorrow the motherboard will arrive at UK address and no on will answer the door.
You can be sure I will avoid anything EVGA in future and I will let as many PC friends know the situation as I can.
i7 860 @ 4.3ghz
FTW 657 A59 Bios.
8gb GSKILL Ripjaw 1600 mhz 7 7 7 26 88 @ 1.65v.
CPU PLL 1.975
CPU VTT 1.425
MCH Strap 1867 (this is critical at speeds past 4ghz must be no lower than 1867)
CPU PWM Freq = 1019
VTT PWM Freq = 634
DDR PWM Freq =634
CPU vcore 1.42
Vdroop = Disabled.
Manual memory mode (no XMP)
Hyperthreading and all speedstep and turbo mode DISABLED!
Watercooled CPU = swiftech Apogee and some heavy duty water cooling parts.