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Warranty when buying from 3rd party sellers on Amazon/Newegg

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2020/09/28 18:53:23 (permalink)
I'm looking to buy a new PSU and the one that I want is not in stock on EVGA's website.  I checked Amazon/Newegg and both have them in stock, but they are being sold by third party sellers.  It is very important to me that the PSU I buy is backed by the manufacturer which is why I choose to buy an EVGA PSU instead of another brand.  If I buy the PSU from amazon/newegg and its being listed by a 3rd party seller, will EVGA still allow me to register the product so I have the 10 year warranty that is being advertised on the PSU box?
 
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    Sajin
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    Re: Warranty when buying from 3rd party sellers on Amazon/Newegg 2020/09/28 23:08:50 (permalink)
    No.

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    Re: Warranty when buying from 3rd party sellers on Amazon/Newegg 2020/09/29 03:02:40 (permalink)
    Third party sellers on Amazon/Newegg are equivalent to buying off ebay.... if anything I'd feel safer buying off ebay because then at least I know I'm most likely getting what's in the photos. Third party sellers frequently are scammers, and often they intentionally or unintentionally list their items on the wrong product page.
     
    What PSU are you looking for? There are other authorized retailers out there. 


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    Re: Warranty when buying from 3rd party sellers on Amazon/Newegg 2020/09/29 13:43:32 (permalink)
    Okay thanks for info.  I had a suspicion it was bad to buy 3rd party, but I didn't know it was on the level of buying off ebay.  I'm not going to buy from them because what I'm really purchasing is EVGA backing the product that I'm paying for.
     
    I was looking at the EVGA supernova p2 1200watt psu.  I actually ended up ordering from one of the vendors (Adorama) on the 'Where to buy' list.  They don't have stock in now, but according to their website they have a shipment coming in the next few days.  I assume that if EVGA listed the vendor on the 'where to buy' list, it is considered an approved vendor? 
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    Re: Warranty when buying from 3rd party sellers on Amazon/Newegg 2020/09/29 13:55:47 (permalink)
    timychi
    I assume that if EVGA listed the vendor on the 'where to buy' list, it is considered an approved vendor? 

    Yep.

    Want to save 5 to 10% on your next EVGA purchase? Just click on the associates banner to save, or enter the associates code at checkout on your next purchase. If you choose to use my code I want to personally say "Thank You" for using it.
     

     
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