I decided to test the water and shoot myself in the foot. In an effort to help support fellow fanboys in resolving their issues, I created and open up a forum, that is geared to provide technical help about Intel®-related products, queries, and issues.
However, there is one caveat: you must have a legit Intel® product, well, unless it's a product inquiry. But for technical related questions, I will give priority to those that can post complete information to verify validity of Intel® product. I am also not promising that I can answer and resolve all problems, but I can assure you that when I attend to the problem, I will try to resolve it to the best of my abilities.
Another thing that I would like to emphasize is that this is a purely personal effort. It is not officially sponsored by Chipzilla, nor Chipzilla forced me to do it. It's just that, I am a die-hard fan-boy. Thus, my support will be limited with the time that I can set aside helping you out.
I still don't know how long I want to do this, I might run it in a few hours and decided it's just crap, or maybe I'll find this useful and run it for a week, or it's taking too much of my time and shut it down after a month. I'll try to give it time, this I am sure of, for now.
Last, but not the least, I am organizing a first ever FanBoyReview training. The course will be free, and will have a maximum of 10 attendees. To ensure that no "pasaway" is going to ruin the training, I will check the personal records of the would-be attendees. I will post more details about it tomorrow.
For the mean time, please visit the forum and register, that is, if you have questions and have nagging questions. Of course, you are more than welcome to stay and have a chat, however, this is just a newly opened forum and I don't expect it to be "lively", but like I said earlier, just to provide support to fellow fanboys. Othe forum sections are there so as not to clutter the primary forums.
Check it out: FanBoy Forum