doctorjackhalDear EVGA board members , i would like to purchase EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 FTW GAMING ACX 3.0, 08G-P4-6286-KR from new egg or amazon. But the only problem is that i live in India, a friend of mine is flying from Philadelphiato india soon for Christmas . I would like to know few things before i would buy it. :- Would i get international warranty with the product i buy? or should i buy it separately ?Will the international or global warranty cover India as well ? If so whom do i contact in India for repairs?And will amazon or New egg or any other online electronic vendor will give global warranty with the product?I have already contacted EVGA *Email customer care* and i have got no response , my last option was to use this forum and get help. After hours of researching online , i came to conclusion that onlyEVGA offers global warranty in GFX dealership so i am very much intersted in buying the product. I have already read through the warranty process and it states that if i purchase a product of EVGA and register the product online , the product would be getting 10 years warranty . Is that true?Am willing to pay shipment prices for repairs and for warranty process . In india we do not have EVGA 1080 card and even if it is there , its just that sh*t over priced . Am just being spectacle about warranty or repairs or any kinda support that i will be able to get after purchasing the card. I own a gtx 670 , so this is gonna be my first high end card , i would kindly request any suggestion or feedback from you all. My friend catches his flight on 7th dec to india , so my time is limited as well . Also can some one help me with my computer config and temme if this is sufficient enough for EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 FTW to run on? Hoping for the best. !!
tabrez7EVGA default warranty is 3 yrs.. you have to pay more for extended warranty for 5/10 yrs and i guess its Global as well.
EVGATech_JeffPHello, Our warranty does indeed include global coverage. India is supported by our EU team and the warranty terms are at http://eu.evga.com/support/warranty
Blackshadow007 Good to know this .. this is why when i purchased 7 years extended for my brand new 1080ti ftw3 , evga redirected me from US page to EU page . Anyways i bought successfully 10 years extended so whenever issue arise i need to send card to EU address ?
EVGATech_JeffPBlackshadow007 Good to know this .. this is why when i purchased 7 years extended for my brand new 1080ti ftw3 , evga redirected me from US page to EU page . Anyways i bought successfully 10 years extended so whenever issue arise i need to send card to EU address ?The shipping location is determined by the EU team at the time of RMA but it will either be to Germany or Taiwan.
hsingh90Hi I am from India too. I bought a GTX 470sc from US in nov'10 and it went bad in 2015 and I had to send it back to USA to get a replacement. I am having limited lifetime warranty on it. I got back a GTX 570 instead. It's 2 years now and I'm again getting some problem with the card.I wanted to know that if there is a problem then who should I contact US OR EU? My registered address is US.
LykanthricAuraHello EVGA. I have TWO questions for EVGA 10 Series Hybrid Cooled Graphic cards. 1) Do we have to send the card out to EU Team's specified location on our own cost to ship for RMA? "EVGA offers various limited warranty terms from the date of purchase to the original owner with a valid invoice. For original owners without a valid invoice and users that have not purchased the product from an authorized reseller, the warranty period is 3 years from the date that the product was shipped from EVGA's warehouse" 2) The Warranty suggests that the invoice should be a from a Authorized retailer? So only invoices from Amazon and newegg will do? What do you consider a VALID invoice?