In the three months since BFG’s departure from the graphics cards industry, they have continued to accept RMAs of their defective products. This RMA process was thought to continue on for some time, as the major selling point of BFG graphics cards was the included lifetime warranty. However, it appears BFG is no longer repairing or replacing graphics cards, and is instead sending back the defective product paired with a letter.
The letter reads as follows:
"BFG Technologies Inc. is in the process of winding down and liquidating its business. Unfortunately, our major supplier would not support our business. As a result, we are returning your graphics card without being able to repair it. We apologize for the inconvenience."
So, for anyone holding onto a BFG graphics card, sorry -- the warranty is now void.
The reason for the company’s demise was directly related to the delay and allocation of NVIDIA’s Fermi based products. After BFG was no longer able to supply graphics cards, Best Buy dropped their products entirely, which drove the final nail into the coffin.