Upgrade is grounds for revoking the license OEM?

Actually the question itself. Let's say that purchased were computers.
Housing fell into disrepair (after all, in accounting it can be a consumable item).
Bought a new case.
Then the mother and percent.
Then as it began to slow down and bought an SSD

In fact, this new computer, however, according to the documents is INV 00000999777 in which only the changed parts.
So the license is revoked or not?
April 3rd 20 at 18:56
3 answers
April 3rd 20 at 18:58
As for me, it is not important that physically, and the fact that the documents. According to the documents is the same computer? Yes! The license key has changed? No. You can sleep peacefully.
April 3rd 20 at 19:00
The license shall be attached to the SLIC table. Time the mother changed, then the key is not relevant. Masters of Microsoft problems in our accounts Department are not interested))

Plus the EULA clearly says that the license is bound to the label. Also, the opinion of the Agency issuing the licenses, see above.
April 3rd 20 at 19:02
Upgrade is grounds for revoking the license OEM?
In the General case - of course not.
But we need to see the text of the license.
In the text it may be stated that the permission granted for use on specific hardware.

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