the newest stuff i can find is dated around late July
Was there a seperate lawsuit filed for non-US residents?
"Under the terms of the settlement, Class Members include all U.S. residents who bought a GTX 970 GPU from the defendants, the AIC Partners or their authorized retailers between Sept. 1, 2014 and Aug. 24, 2016 other than for purposes of resale."
[Edited by element5, 9/29/2016 3:13:46 PM]
like seriously?, i didn't really pay much attention to the lawsuit i admit, but why would it only be for americans , i paid the same money for my card, which is, like everyone elses, with 3.5 Vram
i guess this just shows how idiotic the american justice system is
You folks are still in the EU, correct? I saw someone say "most EU courts can approve a US verdict and even reevaluate a dollar amount." NVidia didn't put a limit on the amount.
Or, you could try asking NV directly. Tell them you're asking for the $30 bux in lieu of filing another class action for Non US Residents?
Again, since it's a settlement not a judgement, maybe asking them to also pay you the $30 bux is in keeping with their intended spirit of settling in the first place.
They actually agreed to pay $43.75 per unit but attorneys get theirs. From what I read it was something around $1.3 million.
Hell, write some emails. Make a couple of calls. It's something to do, aye?
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