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Does Overclocking Void The Warranty

2017-01-20, 16:36 PM

Does Overclocking Void The Warranty. Im using a H50-55 and I am wondering if overclocking voids my warranty even if I don't touch the BIOS just looking to overclock through applications such as MSI Afterburner. Looking to overclock GPU

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Re: Does Overclocking Void The Warranty

2017-01-24, 12:53 PM

Hi AmazingAthlete,

 

Thanks for posting and welcome to the forum!

 

I don't believe that overclocking your device would void the warranty, but should anything happen to the GPU then I doubt it'll be covered. However, should anything else go wrong with your device other than the GPU, all will be good.

 

Hope this helps.
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Re: Does Overclocking Void The Warranty

2017-01-24, 12:53 PM

Hi AmazingAthlete,

 

Thanks for posting and welcome to the forum!

 

I don't believe that overclocking your device would void the warranty, but should anything happen to the GPU then I doubt it'll be covered. However, should anything else go wrong with your device other than the GPU, all will be good.

 

Hope this helps.
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