The NVIDIA GPU Litigation

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Notice and Information Relating to the Settlement
Case No. 08-04312-JW
NVIDIA GPU LITIGATION

THE CLAIMS PERIOD IS NOW OVER AND WE CANNOT ACCEPT NEW CLAIMS.

The deadline to submit a claim was March 14, 2011.
Claim forms may no longer be created or filed.

THE DEADLINE TO RETURN ORIGINAL MALFUNCTIONING
NOTEBOOK COMPUTERS IS OVER.

The deadline to return the original notebook computers was July 18, 2011. We are unable to accept computers sent after July 18, 2011 or provide any replacements for computers sent after that date.


Common Questions:

  1. My HP Replacement Claim was approved. When will my replacement computer be shipped?
    If you followed the instructions on the approval letter you received and you mailed your computer by July 18, 2011, then please click here to see when your computer will be shipped. You will need to enter your Claim Number to look up the estimated shipment date.
  2. I have questions about the technical specifications or warranty on my replacement computer. Who can I ask?
    Your replacement computer comes with a standard warranty. For further questions about the warranty or technical information, please click here or contact the manufacturer of your replacement system.


You may be a Settlement Class Member if you are a United States resident who purchased for your own personal use and not for resale one of the notebook computers listed in Section 7 of the Full Notice during the corresponding time period, which contained one of certain NVIDIA chips that were incorporated into some versions of those notebook computers. A list of the models affected can be found here. You can also click here to see if your specific model is affected by this settlement.


The lawsuit alleged that some of NVIDIA Graphics Processing Units (“GPUs”) and Media and Communications Processors (“MCPs”) contained a defect that affected the performance of some of the notebook computers in which they were incorporated. NVIDIA denies all allegations of wrongdoing and has asserted many defenses. The settlement is not an admission of wrongdoing.


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