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Old 12-18-2009, 11:59 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Computer Enthusiast Saying Hello

I am known as MindoverMaster. Most call me Mind or MoM for short, though I am a guy

I am 24. Been to college, got an Associate's Degree in computer hardware.

I worked with several computers in my days, from a 386 all the way up to X58 (Still have to learn i7, but that's not that different, just a different core) I know both Intel and AMD CPU's, as well as all the other hardware.


I don't have a job atm, but I hope 2010 will bring better options. For the moment, I'm just helping family members and friends with their computer troubles.

Anything else you need to ask, please do!

(sorry about that, Hefemeister, didn't know)
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I am known as MindoverMaster. Most call me Mind or MoM for short, though I am a guy

I am 24. Been to college, got an Associate's Degree in computer hardware.

I worked with several computers in my days, from a 386 all the way up to X58 (Still have to learn i7, but that's not that different, just a different core) I know both Intel and AMD CPU's, as well as all the other hardware.


I don't have a job atm, but I hope 2010 will bring better options. For the moment, I'm just helping family members and friends with their computer troubles.

Anything else you need to ask, please do!
i hope you realize that in the entire post you didn't even mention the word "hello" once
but anyway --hello mom, i hope you enjoy the forums
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No? Dang, sorry about that, lol. Hello!!!
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