I just bought ECS V3 to replace my V2 due to the ghosting problem. V2 used to have mounting pins soldered directly to the board and it worked just fine with my memory card without RTC and with no raiser - meaning I could close my A600 casing perfectly fine.
Now I got the V3, there's finally no ghosting, but there's no pins on the board so the raiser is now obligatory, because there's no means to connect it to the mem extension without raiser... meaning - I can't close my A600 anymore.
Is there any particular reason this has been changed it in V3?
Will soldering older connector type (with pins not holes) directly to the V3 board void my warranty?