Enjoy Energy Savings with ASUS Internal Optical Drives

"With Global Warming always on the agenda, Asus have decided to do their part to cut back on CO2 emissions. "

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Asus have claimed great energy saving products in their motherboard range in the past, but they have taken it one step further and implemented the E-Green Engine technology in their internal optical drives. This E-Green Mode comes into play after the drive has been idle for 2 minutes, closing drive applications that are not in use.
 
The plan is to save the environment by consuming less energy which in turn produces less CO2 gases into the atmosphere. It is believed that on average PATA and SATA versions of the drive will show 77% and 27% power savings over other competing drives. With this technology now available on all of Asus' Internal Optical drives you can now do your part to help save the trees.
 
 
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24-04-2009, 23:45:54

MacrossFX
This thread is directed at Antec_rep. Newbie here so I can't do any PM's as of yet. I submitted an RMA for an Antec power supply a few weeks ago and it's been stuck in acknowledged status since then with no update.

The ticket number is 180683 and I'm in Canada. Would it be possible for you to check up on why it's taking so long and maybe even push it along?

Thanks.

27-04-2009, 11:59:27

Antec_rep
Hi MacrossFX -

Sorry for the delay in response time. I'll follow up with customer support and see what I can find.

07-05-2009, 17:33:19

Antec_rep

This thread is directed at Antec_rep. Newbie here so I can't do any PM's as of yet. I submitted an RMA for an Antec power supply a few weeks ago and it's been stuck in acknowledged status since then with no update.

The ticket number is 180683 and I'm in Canada. Would it be possible for you to check up on why it's taking so long and maybe even push it along?

Thanks.



Hi MacrossFX,

We finally have an update on your ticket. Here is what our Customer Support said.

"It is possible that the customer may have purchased the power supply within the 3 year warranty period. The serial number states the power supply was manufactured on February of 2006. If the customer contacted us somewhere around March(basically a month after the manufacture date), we would accept the RMA. Since customer contacted us on April, it is already been two months and we will not accept the RMA not unless customer provides a copy of the invoice or receipt.

But note that we have been informed by the management that any SP(Smart Power 2.0) power supplies will require a copy of the invoice or receipt even if the manufacture date is well within the 3 year warranty period."


Please email [email]flee@antec.com[/email] if you have anymore questions.

Thanks

Antec
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