Three Year Warranties?

meanmotorscooter

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I've been searching around to figure out my next mobo purchase to replace an Asus P4P800S that bit the dust just after three years was up. Are there any other manufacturers that offer 3 year warranties?
 

chookman

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Asus is probably one of the best for warranty, except for the fact that there 3 years runs of the manufacture date not sale date.

Memory and GPU's seem to get lifetimes alot but other than that no other components i know of come with over 1 year
 

BUFF

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abit has 3 year warranty in the US but in the 3rd year charge $25 labour.

eVGAs lifetime warranty only apllies to certain mobo models & not all of them.
"Limited Lifetime Warranty is for all retail Graphics Card and Mainboard products ending in the part numbers A1, A3, AR, AX, BR*, BX*, DR, DX, FR, FX, SG, SL, or S2.
* [Replacement products are shipped out as –BR or –BX and will carry the same limited lifetime warranty that your original purchase had based on your registration.]
All retail Graphics Card and Mainboard products ending in the part number K1 receive a limited 3 year warranty when registered within 30 days from ORIGINAL DATE OF PURCHASE."