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This will depend on the cause of the failure, if it failed under normal use the warranty should stand, if any over clocking was being done or another component such as the PSU being under powered or faulty has caused it the warranty would be void, if there is no visible damage to the card it may suggest a flaw in the manufacturing process.
I want to ask sth..If it is burnt the warranty is still active or i will have to buy a new one..
Your English is very good
Sorry for bad english
It means the card may have been made faulty.
I don't understand this very good... <<it may suggest a flaw in the manufacturing process.>>
Edited by snooplove, 25 December 2010 - 11:41 PM.
Depends on what else you have in your system. 650 watts is enough if all of the components in your system that require electricity do NOT pull any more than 650 watts.
One other question is this gpu good enough for recent games???
CORSAIR CMPSU-650TX 650W
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