Tuesday, September 18th 2007

PC Power & Cooling Increases Warranty Period

PC Power & Cooling, with a long-standing reputation as one of the leading high-performance computer power supply companies in the world, has established a new and improved warranty program for its two flagship models. The warranty for the award-winning Silencer Series, formerly sold with a 3-year commitment, will be stepped up to 5-years, while the warranty length for the maximum-performance Turbo-Cool Series will be extended from it's current 5-year commitment to a full 7-year warranty.

"As customers will often report that PC Power & Cooling PSUs continue to power their machines after more than a decade, we have decided to extend our warranties for both the Silencer and Turbo-Cool lines by 2-years, as an expression of our continued confidence in PC Power products and ongoing commitment to our customers", said PCP&C founder Doug Dodson.

The new strengthened warranty program is further testament to PC Power's commitment to its customers and reminds end-users that the company stands firmly behind the investment-grade quality of their products. Since 1985, PC Power & Cooling has focused on sustained performance to specifications for all products and unparalleled in-depth technical support.Source: PC Power & Cooling
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6 Comments on PC Power & Cooling Increases Warranty Period

#1
WarEagleAU
Bird of Prey
Ahh, as if they needed to do it, but I stand behind this decision. PCPC is the nuts when it comes to PSUs and this only reinforces the point.
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#2
panchoman
Sold my stars!
pcp&c are very well built psu's by seasonic, they should easily last you 7 years if treated with care. if not, you can get a new psu from pcp&c. this just goes to show how confident pcp&c is in their psu's.
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#3
kwchang007
Wow that's a long warranty....I mean it's longer than alot (if not all) car warranties.
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#4
panchoman
Sold my stars!
by: kwchang007
Wow that's a long warranty....I mean it's longer than alot (if not all) car warranties.
loads of american cars got 10 years/10k powertrain warranty or lifetime warranty now a days. only the japense warranties are behind.
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kwchang007
by: panchoman
loads of american cars got 10 years/10k powertrain warranty or lifetime warranty now a days. only the japense warranties are behind.
Err I was talking about bumper to bumper (basically the equivalent of a psu warranty)
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#6
tater
:toast: good job pc p&c... sure am glad i own a silencer :rockout:
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