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Old 12-12-2007, 05:18 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default EVGA's Step up programme

Has anybody used this before, particularly in UK/Europe? Were there any problems?

I'm wondering because:
a) The price of the G92 GTS is 379 euros on their site, which is way more expensive than even UK prices. Is that true with all European trade-ins? Or is it a mistake, and they put the dollar price in?

b) What choice of card did you get? I could only select the new GTS, and no other. I thought you could select out of stock cards, and just be put on a waiting list. Interestingly, while they were updating their website yesterday, I was able to select other cards (and not the GTS), all out of stock, save the GT, which was (as I see now) 269 EUROS (not dollars), which is an ouch, but an exchange I could afford. Is there something wrong with their site now?

It just seems to me that: either they got their sums wrong, or people from europe get such a bum deal with step up, that its just not worth bothering about at all.
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