Originally Posted by FILMCOMANOriginally Posted by Jarred LandI could be wrong, but I think Jarred might have been suggesting that publicizing how you are going to reverse engineer RED's products might not be the best way to stay in their good graces. Obviously, once you buy a product if you don't care about warranty privileges you can do whatever you want with it. But posting this intent on RED's own forums just seems silly.Originally Posted by Film Ylem
How is opening a box and seeing what's inside "reverse engineering".
It's not exactly reverse engineering to open my dell and take a peek. It'll void the warranty but let's use the correct terminology. It might not even void the warranty. Most consumer advocacy laws now prohibit voiding the warranty for something which is unrelated to the problem.
For instance you can't put a sticker on an item and say removing the sticker voids the warranty if the problem isn't your fancy new toy being excessively sticky where the sticker used to be.
Not that I expect opening a red ram to would get you any close at all to building one yourself... Just saying in principle...
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