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  1. Techtu

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    Never known anyone to like it that way before.
     
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    It puts hairs on your chest
     
  3. Techtu

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    :laugh: Is that how I was suppose to get them there :eek:
     
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    Hell yeah. Optionally some prittstick and a dead cat works. but they tend to smell bad after a while
     
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    Why does the cat have to be dead... Just shave the damn thing with some hair graders :p
     
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    find me a cat that will let you stick it to your chest.
     
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    have you seen one of those?
     
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    In this day and age... Yes
     
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    I hope that cat finds a good caring home with a loving family
     
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    What's the best thing you can buy from scan in the range of £3.51 to £5?
     
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    Cables, fans, cheap flash drives, etc.
     
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    Including or excluding delivery?
     
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    This. Scan's cheapest delivery is £4.

    I would say TIM. It's what i always buy when I got a bit of money spare. But then, I'm always working on customers PC's so it won't just sit there and get wasted.
     
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    excluding, i'm buying a heatsink and some MX3, (you get more mx3 in a tube then AS5)

    And now i need to get £3.51 for free postage...

    i would of just bought a 212+, but that's out of stock till september so i'm buying a xigmatek which is within 1'c of it whilst being a bit smaller and cheaper

    is this stuff useful --> http://www.scan.co.uk/products/falcon-gaming-gear-dust-off-compressed-air-duster-300ml
     
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    Postage?
     
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    i already said i get free postage from scan on orders over £20(EX VAT), and i'm trying to get there, i'm at £17.49 on the items i want

    EDIT:bought a can of air
     
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    Lol Cheesy, you forget, I can see what all of you delete :D
     
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    what did i delete?

    As far as i know the only post i deleted was the one saying i ended up buying a can of compressed air to put it over the postage threshold
     
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    3 up, where you said you already said about postage, I knew that I was just winding you up...... I'll make it visible again for you.
     
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    ah, sorry i was really confused there:eek:

    I thought it was like last week when i had problems with my phones auto correction, and ended up sending a load of really strange text messages

    Still, after friday, i should be getting some really low CPU temps :D
     
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    To buy or not to buy?

    I'm on 4gb at the moment and it's fine but I like to be future proof. Apparently these are new and 1.35v sounds good too.

    I like the idea of having more memory cause windows uses it as a disk cache if it's free which is good cause most of my games are on a 'slow' HDD. Plus it means I am future proof.
     
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    yeah, and push the voltage up to 1.5 or 1.6 and watch those things fly:cool:
     
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