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  05 May 2018
sorry I was being vague, I simply meant if I opened a part and then found it to be incompatible, or fried it, most parts I ordered (motherboard, GPU, RAM, CPU) could not then be refunded. At least that's what their manufacturers policies said. so I'd be stuck with it, and at best be stuck having to resell it myself. But yes in the case that any of the parts fail, they all have at least a one year warranty.
I only mentioned it cause as a newbie to building a PC it was a risk I was taking that I could pull a bonehead move like that. So I spent an insane amount of time researching and cross-referencing so that i wouldn't do that. PCpartpicker was a great help, but even their part chooser is not flawless.

Side note, that eGPU enclosure looks cool and i can imagine going that route with a good iMac would be a reasonable alternative to switching, if one wanted to stay in the mac world until the new mac pros come out!
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