Corsair now offers 10-year warranties for some of its PSUs

Corsair now offers 10-year warranties for some of its PSUs

The popular maker of computer memory and computer power supplies Corsair has announced an immediate increase in warranty from 7 years to 10 years for some of its power supply unit lines. Starting now, all PSUs that fall into the AXi, HXi, RMi and RMx lines enjoy a 10-year warranty. What’s best is that people who have already purchased one of these PSUs are covered by this warranty as well and no action is required on their side.

The reason for this move on behalf of Corsair is that the company feels more than confident in the quality of its PSUs and more precisely in the quality of the aforementioned PSU lines. In order to enjoy the new warranty customers do not need to provide additional information or create a registration with Corsair. In addition this new extended coverage is granted worldwide and affects all PSUs of these lines sold to date and all future purchases.

The warranty of all other Corsair PSUs remains unchanged.

Source: Corsair

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