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Oh wow.  It's too bad he didn't have a troll face mask on at the time.  smile.gif  I'd love to be able to do that some day: just do something like pressing the emergency stop button while wearing a troll face.  Of course with my luck, whoever hands me a fine would be wearing a troll face mask too...

I don't know why I'm being weird.  I guess I'm bored.  lol
Aren't we all weird in our own way? haha
I could imagine the troll face situation. Man I would crack up and probably get a fine too
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Aren't we all weird in our own way? haha
I could imagine the troll face situation. Man I would crack up and probably get a fine too

 

I think it's because I've been awake for a long time.  :)

 

I just imagined a situation like V for Vendetta where the next thing you know, everyone on the train is wearing a troll face mask.

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post #83 of 94
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I think it's because I've been awake for a long time.  smile.gif

I just imagined a situation like V for Vendetta where the next thing you know, everyone on the train is wearing a troll face mask.
Imagine if they were all staring at you. And you weren't wearing the mask. They would stare at you wherever you are, whether it be in your bedroom, at home, at a meeting etc.
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lol I think I'd have a hard time not laughing!

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Well keep us updated on the whole process so we can know what to expect from Intel
    
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post #86 of 94
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Well keep us updated on the whole process so we can know what to expect from Intel
Sure. Right now I'm just filling out the forms and putting my CPU into the box. I will probably call the FedEx man to come pick it up on Thursday because I have afterschool activities tomorrow.
post #87 of 94
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Fedex man just took it today. So in about 2 weeks I should have my CPU back biggrin.gif
Let's hope the RMA goes successful and isn't listed as "physical damage"
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Yeah let's hope!
    
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post #89 of 94
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Update Guys!
Good news. My CPU was sent to Intel was I got an email saying this
Code:
Date : 2012-Dec-04
 
 
Dear Customer,
 
Thank you for your interest in Intel products.  This notification provides information to help you track the shipment status of the products you ordered.
 
Order Information
Order Number: 7500984309
Order Date: 2012-Nov-20
 
Products shipped to you:
 
Row No       :         1
Part No        : BX80623I52500K
Product        : CPU, CORE I5-2500K (6M CACHE, 3.30 GHZ)
Ship Date     : 12/04/2012
Carrier Desc : FEDEX
Waybill No    : 513959831387
 
 
General instructions for receiving a product from Intel:
- If you see signs of pilferage or tampering, do not accept the package. Report the incident to Intel immediately using the contact information below. If there are no signs of pilferage or tampering, please make sure that the unit/s match the information provided on the commercial invoice before you sign for the package.
 
- The courier may ask for a valid ID from the person receiving the package.
 
Questions? Please visit http://www.intel.com/support  > Warranty and replacement > Live Chat Support Icon

I should be getting my CPU back soon. Can't wait!
post #90 of 94
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Holy &%*$! I just got my CPU back today and they sent me a brand new 2500k. Just booted it up and it posts. So glad I got it back! Thanks to everyone to helped me in this thread
If you got any questions about Intel CPU RMA Process just PM me. I'm happy to help out anyone.
P.S The process was so easy even a 14 year old could do it!
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