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I was viewing an ad at Tiger Direct today, and found this:

 

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Umm...

 

How can you point to a "LIFETIME LIMITED Warranty" when it's not a physical object?! And plus, how do you have a "LIFETIME LIMITED Warranty"? What is a "LIFETIME LIMITED Warranty"? Is it as limited as your lifetime??? If so, that's just a lifetime warranty. It's like saying, "Free, only .99 cents." So confused...

 

Second, everything in the pic points to the heatspreader. Does this mean that the heatspreader has a 5 nanosecond access time, "dual back" technology (?), a "LIFETIME LIMITED Warranty", alluminum integrated heatspreaders, and is tested/approves with all leading motherboards, chipsets, and CPU's? These people need to work on their marketing. Why not have A LIST with these things?

 

:lol::lol::lol: Gotta have a laugh every day...

Edited by Iggy

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LOL some ppl are dumb...

 

by the way.... 2500th post! w00t!!!!!!!

 

ya that's right you don't see me creating a thread for it... lol j/p

That ad is retarded

 

Volcom, its your birthday and you hit 2500 posts, you must be having a great day!? :P

 

You really didnt need to start a new thread, just hijack one lol. :P

Edited by TypicalSloan

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Well, devil, it actually says "tested on all leading motherboards, chipsets, and CPU's". Depending on your definition of leading, that may be true.

 

Funny review. I like people with a sense of humor. (at least I HOPE that was a sense of humor. :-p)

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say all you want, but the memory actually seems pretty good, and i'm about 90% sure i'll be ordering two sticks soon.

 

and uh btw, seeing lifetime limited warranty on a product is very common. In other words, if you take the stick and break it in half, you can't return it for a new one. Most things have limited warranties.

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