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    AMD releases its Threadripper PRO CPUs for PC enthusiasts and DIY

    Originally limited to OEMs, the 3995WX, 3975WX, and 3955WX are now at retailers.
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    Re: AMD releases its Threadripper PRO CPUs for PC enthusiasts and DIY

    Please be aware that Scan will charge a *re-stocking fee if, for WHATEVER reason, you return the board. Even if faulty (as they'll argue that it's not faulty).

    *Unless they've changed this practise.

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    Re: AMD releases its Threadripper PRO CPUs for PC enthusiasts and DIY

    I don't think restocking fees are allowed anymore are they? Might be an old policy?
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    Re: AMD releases its Threadripper PRO CPUs for PC enthusiasts and DIY

    Correct, not allowed to charge restocking fees if you're buying as a consumer. If anyone does you can report them to trading standards.

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    Re: AMD releases its Threadripper PRO CPUs for PC enthusiasts and DIY

    Quote Originally Posted by Jonj1611 View Post
    I don't think restocking fees are allowed anymore are they? Might be an old policy?
    Quote Originally Posted by kalniel View Post
    Correct, not allowed to charge restocking fees if you're buying as a consumer. If anyone does you can report them to trading standards.
    Yeah for some reason business to business transactions don't have the same level of protection as a business to consumer purchase. I can understand protecting against 'wrong choice' as there might be some reselling going on but faulty stuff should be treated the same imo.

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    Re: AMD releases its Threadripper PRO CPUs for PC enthusiasts and DIY

    Quote Originally Posted by excalibur1814 View Post
    Please be aware that Scan will charge a *re-stocking fee if, for WHATEVER reason, you return the board. Even if faulty (as they'll argue that it's not faulty).

    *Unless they've changed this practise.
    No, they don't. I've had to return something to Scan before and I wasn't charged.

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    Re: AMD releases its Threadripper PRO CPUs for PC enthusiasts and DIY

    Meh! What is AMD going to replace the Ryzen 5 3600 with at under £200?? The Core i5 10400F and Core i5 10600KF are cheaper and faster in gaming workloads,etc,and the new Intel Rocketlake 6C/12T CPUs are going to be faster.


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