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  1. scaminatrix

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    Have a look at his previous posts, there'll be some interesting bits in there somewhere. He seems to always be teaching people the same thing over and over again - probably why he's a "wall of text" man. I would be if I was teaching the same shizzle all day.

    He's a good guy, a credit to this site; he's an OC'er/gamer so he's always helping people with their gaming rigs. Think he does crunching too. You'll find him in the gaming/OC'ing forums.
     
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    Not from where i am sitting, i dont want to start any fights or get into trouble but a lot of threads ive seen him have arrogant stubborn arguments.
     
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    That's probably because there's a lot of people arguing or asking the same questions every day :p Think of him like FreedomEclipse - he won't take sh*t and he's the first person to speak out, but he's a good guy.
     
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    it feels like he's been off for a long time due to him being 2 pages back but that was was earlier today :wtf:
     
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    He's nothing like freedom, i like freedom. He's easy to have banter with and doesn't act like he knows it all either which is something of a quality i hate in people. I just avoid people like that, not worth my time really.
     
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    I don't want to force an issue or anything but just try to avoid judgement until you've spoken to him or had a run in with him yourself. You never know, the people you've seen him arguing with might be people he's had long standing disputes with.

    But, that's your opinion and decision and I respect that :toast:
     
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    i laugh at how people make mis-guided assumptions about people without actually talking to them :p
     
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    there are a lot of those in the world :(
     
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    Steam download servers must be getting really hammered. I am trying to get Metro 2033 as I just entered the CD key for it into steam but I'm getting 100k/s and 8 hours remaining lol. I guess world+dog is downloading TF2.

    Can't say i blame them though now that it is free. If by some slim chance you haven't tried TF2 then now it's free you have no excuse, grab it now!
     
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    i did try it (i've had it for a few years now) but i prefer other games
     
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    I guess my years spent playing Team Fortress mod for Quakeworld have swayed me in it's favour. It's much better then it used to be, and it used to be one of the best ways to play quake online. IMHO :)
     
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    i'm currently putting hours in BC2, tried to convinced some people it was better then HALO today, didn't end well (these people have xbox's and won't believe me when i tell them ps3 and pc are better and cheaper so they don't really know to much anyway)
     
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    Is there a single-player campagin thing on TF2?
     
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    there wasn't last time i checked
     
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    There is some training levels and stuff now apparently but cheesy is correct, no single player really.
     
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    I was joking around when i said who is this guy? I avoid a user and that's that.
     
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    kieran,its not a fake,the bottom right of the screeny and the cpu meter gadget thingy show cpu/gpu 2 temps,i was using a chiller at the time,so load temps were -6c cpu (says na on the coretemp but reads fine in bios?!?)...
    so y6ea that 20 odd celcius reading was after a couple of hours of gaming with the chiller turned off,just melting the antifreeze..
    the cpu-z is an odd one tho as i use CnQ so its should be 1.504v on load and god knows what at 268x4,so i assume its the pic taken when on the cusp of dropping down a p state..
    i dont really know but what i do know is that using a chiller enabled some nice OC's while the computer is silent(silent 470s=priceless),but i got condensation under the mobo vrm sink..
    dragon skin fx next time!

    sorry this waffle took so long i got distracted
     
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    only 45'c difference between your load temps and my idle temps
     
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    not at the mo mate! im idling at 36 with a hsf from an old 939 mobo lol
    glad we could revive the club though,even if it is with my irritating lack of knowledge!
     
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    theres a club? For what? Stock heatsinks?

    got a coolermaster being delivered on monday :)
     
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    You're either very slow, or very funny :laugh:
     

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