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This review is from: ASUS P8Z77-V LE LGA 1155 Intel Z77 HDMI SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.0 ATX Intel Motherboard
Pros: Overall I was pretty happy with the mobo. The bios is super easy to use.
Cons: The bios had an issue and it wouldnt let me overclock past x42. So i had an RMA issued to get a replacement as i have heard other people have a similar issue..no big deal
This is where the Newegg drama begins.
I had used the mobo for about 2 weeks before I sent it in.
I had to call newegg as they did not give me any update on what was taking so long. I call them and they tell me they recieved the mobo with damaged cpu pins.
I know for a fact they were pefectly fine because i had been using the mobo with no other issues other than a bios setting.
Well after arguing with the rep they agree to send me a new one. A week goes by and I recieve my OLD mobo back. They sent it back without the proctective cover on the pins..which was there when I sent it to them. The CPU pins were SMASHED. I call them up the rep claims they dont know why they sent me the old mobo back and has to issue another rma so i can send it back again.
I let the rep know about how they sent it back without the cover over the cpu slot pins.
If newegg hadn't agreed to replace the mobo I would have gotten back a destroyed mobo and the rep procedes to tell me it doesnt matter if they did or not, that the mobo was no good.
Even if a mobo was damaged newegg has no right to damage the mobo further and then say it doesnt matter.
All in all this has been a huge hassle and I am very disappointed in the way newegg has handled the situation.