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  1. Fourstaff

    Fourstaff Moderator Staff Member

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    So long as you completely dry the psp it should be fine, If you have a sack of rice stick it in for a few days, it should dry it completely.
     
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    i plan to just leave it down the back of my PC now its crunching 24/7
     
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    week or 2 there should deff do it sos to hear your daft tho:D:p
     
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    what did you call me? :mad:

    if i drop my PSP pushing a wheelchair through a 1 1/2 foot deep puddle as fast as i can to see how high the water will get (5'), does that make me daft all of a sudden?
     
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    yes :p
     
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    calm, was a joke, ive done worse i left mine ina a shop, put it down to pay, some woman gripped a bag with it a phone and pda in and walked out, i got it back i phoned her said she was on cam anyway and the cops would find her, she passed it me - daftness happens, its how ya deal wiv it:)
     
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    i spent 1 1/2 hours looking for it and it turned up in customer services

    still, i think vortex was actually the best ride

    and inferno is good as it's the only ride that seems to give you energy
     
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    Why bring a PSP to a theme park if i may ask??
    Fair enough if you are using it while travelling but you will feel sick just looking down on screen for ages lol.
    Well guys i am having debate which 1TB to get..The WD green is on sale for £36
    http://www.scan.co.uk/products/1tb-...ata-3gb-s-intellipower-5900rpm-64mb-cache-8ms
    This one is on scan today.
    Or its worth getting the samsung F3??
    http://www.scan.co.uk/products/1tb-...int-f3-sata-3gb-s-7200rpm-32mb-cache-89ms-ncq

    I am only buying them for storage purposes,not for main OS.
     
  9. FreedomEclipse

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    I think TPU is under a DDOS attack....

    either that or the servers taking a dump
     
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    Cheapest one out there, in this case WD green. You might want to consider 2TB ones, they are better bang for buck.
     
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    Haven't got the budget to buy a 2TB,1TB will doe for me anyway i still have 250 and 500gb to use aswell.
     
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    Could you imagine what would happen if someone tried to DDoS TPU?

    I remember what W1zz done to someone who sent too many PM's and e-mails to W1zz and btarunr. W1zz wrote a script that sends like 2,000 emails every hour to his email account and, well, the spammer became the spammed :roll:
     
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    Its already been done before. Happend last year. Site would be working fine one moment, then fail to load pages the next,

    and that was what was happening to me 2 mins ago. spent 15mins trying to reply to someones post. the 'quote' button wasnt loading the page.
     
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    samsung will be faster, has more RPM

    and there are no problems with TPU?

    PSP was for travel, i manage to make some progress in monster hunter freedom unite before it got soaked
     
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    What there was a DDoS aimed at TPU last year? :wtf: How did I miss that?
     
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    you might not have been a member yet

    (damn that makes me feel old....been lurking around this place since 2007)
     
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    Can anyone recommend a decent priced but fast SSD, I am looking at getting two for Raid and want 80 - 120 gig ish sizes?
     
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    same here, 2009 lurker :toast:



    under £1 a gig tatty and 100gb --> Kingston 96GB V+100 2.5" SATA-II SSD - Read.. | Eb...
     
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    I dont really give a shit about him.

    Sad to see a long time member get banned but wasnt really active among the forums anyway.

    and there are some members here like that. been here since 2004 and only made 50 or less posts in the forums then suddenly reply to a post out of nowhere.

    these people only seem to only reply to threads/posts if they are worth replying to or if they need help or advice.

    who knows anyway, theres certainly enough regulars around here who know their shit, that have no life and hang around TPU all day to give instant replies to peoples threads/posts. so its not as if anyones being left hanging with a problem they need a solution to for a long time.
     
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    you don't have to describe me you know :D
     
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    You have yet to prove yourself my young apprentice...
     
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    I was looking at the OCZ Agility 3. I don't know what the deal is with them, they're about £100 for a 60GB one, but they have one of the best read/write speeds I've seen for a <£100 SSD.

    OCZ 60GB Agility 3 SSD - SATA-III - Read 525MB/s W...

    I'm waiting for someone to say they're crap as they seem too good to be true. I'm unsure of how different they are to the Vertex 3 (that everyone's raving about), but I don know they both use the same Sandforce.

    Scratch that, Freedom's looks better for the money...
     

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