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random_matt
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2020/02/12 23:57:04 (permalink)
Should I unregister my products? Sold my X299 build and have moved to X570. Assuming the new owner will need to register it themselves.
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Re: Passing on warranty 2020/02/13 01:20:48 (permalink) ☼ Best Answerby random_matt 2020/02/13 01:42:58
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Should I unregister my products? Sold my X299 build and have moved to X570. Assuming the new owner will need to register it themselves.




You don't have to un-register them its only an option, the new buyer can still register the items in there name whether you do or don't. I usually wait about 3 months after i sell an item before i un-register them just to make sure the buyer doesn't try and return it or something. 

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Re: Passing on warranty 2020/02/13 20:28:12 (permalink)
Not an absolute need to do so cause even though you un register it, we can still see it from our end. Strictly personal preference.

 
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