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  1. OzzmanFloyd120

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    I recently bought a cpu and it broke, think there would be any way to post a paypal donation link to raise money for a new one seeing as how I can't afford to buy another?
     
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    I don't think so. Can't you RMA it?
     
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    :laugh: I want a donation account..:laugh:
     
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    Not sure because it's physically damaged. Newegg says on their site they don't accept RMAs on damaged items.
     
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    What is physically damaged?
     
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    Not sure whether or not I want to disclose publicly :D (fear of newegg employees) Is it safe to PM it to you?
     
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    Absolutely.:)
     
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    The problem is, being a student I really can't afford to spend the money AGAIN on the cpu if they won't replace it.
     
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    I'm sorry to hear it man, I know how it is (I am also a student). If you had a intel mb, I would offer to sell you my pd real cheap, but all I can say is pick up a credit card w/ a low limit for times like these.
     
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    Well, luckily I don't have to buy another CPU, I still have my old 4200+, kinda sucks though, I was going to get $80 for it from one of my friends. I appreciate the offer though.
     

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