Re: First RMA worries
You posted in the correct section :-)
I was just letting you know that contacting EVGA directly may get you some better answers than we, the users, can give you.
Hopefully your RMA goes smooth. EVGA usually tries to keep the customer happy, so you usually only hear of the horror stories when 1 thing slips through the cracks, and they still try to make everyone happy when that happens.
Just do a good inspection of the card when you receive the replacement. Lots of testing and checking when you have time.
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