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EVGA does "mini-recall" of GTX 670 SC
Steps up and offers GTX 670 FTW
EVGA is doing a mini-recall of an early batch of GTX 670 Superclock cards that, according to EVGA, were not properly screened. Although the problem is not that serious, EVGA has stepped up and offered a free upgrade to GTX 670 FTW for those that might experience any issues with their own GTX 670 SC graphics cards.
Although EVGA R&D department did numerous tests, burn-in and component quality verifications that has led to a conclusion that the EVGA GTX 670 Superclocked is a well designed product, EVGA has already been working with their partners to retest the aforementioned early batch.
The EVGA GTX 670, part number 02G-P3-2672-KR, is the same graphics card that we had a chance to test, here, and we did not experience any problems. Those that happen to stumble upon a problem with their own board should contact Jacob Freeman, EVGA Product Manager, in order to setup an RMA cross shipment along with a free upgrade to faster and better EVGA GTX 670 FTW version.
This is a good move by EVGA and other partners now definitely have someone to look up to, as some would certainly keep their mouth shut and just do a simple RMA.
EVGA GTX 670 Superclocked