denis6902I'm glad i found this post as this 100% backs up what happened to my RMA experiences with EVGA LATAM and KABUM store. When my 1070ti died EVGA latam was rather helping the store kabum save some bucks, as they tried to push a card with much less vram also, and i said no no no. I thought this was only happening to me, but now it is clear that EVGA LATAM is not honoring EVGA's reputation and procedures. It was not the first time i noticed EVGA latam is playing on the store side instead of helping its clients.
sentinelvdx (I've tried paying extra to get a 2080ti instead, but they are not allowed to do that on RMA process, at least that's what they said to me)