Originally Posted by HERBOLARYO
Thanks Luke for the clarification
So from what you mentioned...
Changing out compnonets and breaking your notebook falls into the realm of willful damage and will not be covered.
to make it clear....
So for # 4:
a. CPU upgrade --void warranty
b. GPU upgrade ---void warranty
c. Memory upgrade ---(e.g. so adding memory module to increase from 512 mb to 2 gb ) ---void warranty
d. HDD change ---NOT void warranty
e. Overclocking --- (e.g. applying arctic silver) ----void warranty
IS THIS CORRECT???
By the way, Thanks also to Matt for clarifying the wear and tear... Coz the term seems vague to non-technicians.
That is incorrect, you may replace what you want and it does not void the warranty of your system. However we are not going to warrant what we do not sell IE: you put a new CPU in your system and it fails, we will not replace it. As far as voiding your warranty, lets say you put a bad CPU in your computer and it frys your notbook, you are not covered under warranty as that is willful damage. However if you put a new CPU in your system and it works fine and then your HDD fails your HDD is still covered under warranty. For further inquiries you may want to contact us directly, as the intention of these boards is really directed towards the discussion of the product and not the seller.