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Old 06-17-2005, 08:46 AM   #142 (permalink)
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This just gets funnier day by day... Well it's not funny for raze. I feel sorry for him actually. Not everyone has the computer hardware & software knowledge that most of us have. We would have spniffed this fake out a mile away...

It's kinda like when you buy a used car, you agree that you can bring it to your own mechanic just to have it all checked out before you buy it. Poor raze's intentions we good in buying this new PC, yet he's been snowballed since day 1.

Sure connie, the MSI MOBO, "Motherboard" supports hyperthreading and can be overclocked with the use of MSI's Core Cell Technology... Yet, you can't turn a Celeron D Processor into a Pentium 4 3.0Ghz with the MSI Core Cell Utility. So again... You look like an idiot for even suggesting it.

Celeron D's do not support hyperthreading... They never have and probably never ever will...

Celeron D 2.8Ghz Prescott = $90.00 - No Hyperthreading
Newest Pentium 4 3.0Ghz = $230.00 - Yes Hyperthreading

As you can see.... There is a huge difference... You know absolutely nothing about computers yet you are selling them and making up these crazy things acting like you do.

Either connie is a totally scammer / con artist...."bad one", or she is just plain stupid...

I really hope raze gets his money back and has learned a valuable lesson...
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