I purchased a Corsair CX600 V2 power supply about 10 months ago. This power supply died on me last week. After checking Newegg, I noticed there was only a 30 day return policy. I've never really needed to return anything before and not accustomed to dealing with RMA's. Does this mean I was only protected from power failure during the first 30 days? Would there be anything I could do to get a replacement? I've not contacted Newegg since its been well over 30 days. I thought I would ask here on the forum and gather my thoughts before contacting anyone about the issue. For the record, I wasn't aware of the possible problems with the builder series until after purchase. However even if I did know about the issues, I may have still made the purchase. I didn't want to purchase from a known maker of cheap PSU's and decided on Corsair. The PSU died on me while using the PC. There was no smoke or smell. I wasn't sure what was wrong until I inspected the PC. The PSU did not light up the display on a PSU tester.