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  1. Fourstaff

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    Quite good.
     
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    someone said yesterday you get free postage if you've over 50 on the forums, is this correct, if so i better start working
     
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    Yes. Go to work! :p Alternatively, ask around and see if there are people able to help.
     
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    it says free postage doesn't apply to superspecials, so i'm not going to bother, someone should really moan at aria for charging £7 postage, tell me, do they do a cheaper postage option or is that it?

    EDIT:THATS IT, ARIA ARE OBVIOUSLY A CRAP COMPANY

    ALSO, CAPS LOCK!!!!
     
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    2 Rather fit women sat down next to me at the train station earlier and then proceeded to kiss.
    i smiled and gazed across at some chavs, who, startled by my huge grin, proclaimed "what the fuck you smiling at us for?"
    I pointed to the 2 women sitting next to me, and they caught my smile.

    Perhaps the best train station story ever?
     
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    Just checked a tracking number for a parcel im supposed to recieve in the next day or 2....Unfortunately. Amazon have enlisted the help of HDNL to deliver my goods.

    Ive heard a lot about these cowboys. I know they like to completely ignore delivery deadlines and deliver things really really really late. Im prepared for drama....

    their service is so bad they were even featured in Watchdog in 2010, I have even seen threatening emails and death threats sent from some of their drivers to customers when they are trying to find out where their parcels are.

    that was in 2010!

    but its 2011 and the general public still have a very low opinion of them.....

    [​IMG]
     
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    aria sucks. buy from scan or ebuyer
     
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    it was better the way you told me on steam

    They have really bad selections of CPU coolers :(
     
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    lol, what about, lol, pcworld?
    or, lol, maplin?
    [​IMG]
     
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    I would have said. "sorry. I just thinking about the days when i was back in primary school where we had school dinners that looked a lot like your face" --fight breaks out between you and the chavs-- if you win. you get to take the 2 girls home for some sweet lovin!!
     
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    actually i think they do the xigamatek s1823 for about £20
     
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    i don't fancy getting stabbed in the face tbh
    and yeah cheesy, you ruined my dramatic effect of CAPS LOCK!!! by butting in... :|
     
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    but just make sure your powerlevel is over 9000.....
     
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    my powerlevel is EXACTLY 9000.
    no more, NO LESS!
    does this qualify me for such an endeavour?
     
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    anyway i'm going to watch fire in the sky and have a few beers. when i wasn't at train stations looking at women today, i was "enjoying" the heatwave... by working on a building site all day.
     
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    But if they pull a knife on you -- and you still win. people on the train would kiss your feet for standing up to these evil ruffians

    BEAT THEM LIKE A MAN!!
     
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    Amd phenom II x4 have a max temp of 61'c apparently

    this is not good


    [​IMG]
     
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    HWMonitor says my 555BE doesn't go above 32 deg C after 2 hours of gaming. Not OC'ed or unlocked.
    I use a TRUE 120 Black, with 2 of these.
    Lovely temps.
     
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    Or stuck sensor
     
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    seems to low to me,because a 555 is a core locked 955(so i'd guess an 89w tdp)but it is possible,
    scam got a good un!
    i been playing dirt2 for an hour and im at 11c cpu and 22c gpu2..:roll:
    i think its only the otherside (with lazered cores) that get 128c/-127c cores..
    which reminds me fella you was supposed to mail me out the 555 and the ch4 wheres me tracking number???
     
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    been playing on BC2 for an hour, at 59'c CPU, 94'c GPU (94'c is max value temp sensor will register)
     
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    94'c???? What GPU is this?? it better not be a GTX480. my 6970s hit about 88'c but the fan rarely goes over 35%. Need to make a habit of cranking the fans to 40%+ before gaming
     
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    Change fan profile settings?
     
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    gts 250

    Their at 95%, it's just a crappy design by zotac, but i won't change it as it's safe to 105'c (officially) and i want to keep my warranty
     
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    Ah ok
     

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