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Tuesday, 11 March 2008 16:13

Zotac's warranty extended to 5 years

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Extra value for graphics cards

 

Zotac has announced that it will extend its warranty period from the regular two years to an impressive 5 years. This warranty period will apply to Zotac graphics cards and motherboards.

To gain this extended warranty period, users will have to register here, within 14 days after their purchase date. According to what we could find out, after the regular 2 years warranty, Zotac will directly offer the warranty to the customer. The extended warranty is 3 years in China, and 5 years everywhere else. So if your card fails within these three years you can send it directly to Zotac, of course this doesn't include manually damaged cards, or the ones previously registered to the other customer.

As we know VIP Computers from Netherlands is one of the biggest Zotac distributors, so you can check out their webpage here. This is a nice thing and it certainly adds value and appeal to Zotac product.


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