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Will this sticker on m.2 ssd void warranty on my asus laptop if removed? + cpu undervolting

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depends on your country.

 

in some countries, the "warranty void if sticker is removed" is effectively irrelevant. however be prepared to fight to a warranty repair since they will most likely still tell you "sticker is broken, we're not fixing it" so you'll have to work for it and go through a number of consultants until you find one that caves.

 

undervolting will not cause any harm to the hardware or void warranty, if you lower it too much it will just shut down, then you just need to tweak the undervolt a bit until it's stable

Hello,

so recently I bought Asus ROG GL503VM-FY079T with m.2 128 gb ssd and 2.5" 1TB HDD and I wanted to replace the 128 gb ssd with 500 gb nvme ssd for extra speed and storage but when I opened the quick access area for ram, ssd and hdd I noticed that there is a sticker with exclamation mark over the ssd screw.

 

So my question is do you think that is the infamous warranty void if removed sticker?

 

And second question I thought about cpu undervolting so I would like to ask what are the risks of it and could it also void my warranty?

 

Thank you for any help in advance.

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depends on your country.

 

in some countries, the "warranty void if sticker is removed" is effectively irrelevant. however be prepared to fight to a warranty repair since they will most likely still tell you "sticker is broken, we're not fixing it" so you'll have to work for it and go through a number of consultants until you find one that caves.

 

undervolting will not cause any harm to the hardware or void warranty, if you lower it too much it will just shut down, then you just need to tweak the undervolt a bit until it's stable

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You'd have to ask Asus to be sure, but I got the similar FX503 as they list on the page how easy it is to access the components with one screw.

 

Undervolting is temporary, any problems reboot and as long as you haven't told the software to re-apply the settings on boot, you can try different settings. Worse that will happen is you get a crash.

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Make sure to check up on your countries laws to know if it matters.

 

As for whether it is or not, best way'd be to just contact ASUS. Better safe then sorry (as even if your country doesn't count the stickers, the company will likely try their hardest...)

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