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  1. cheesy999

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    What's Twilight?
     
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    It's a great series of novels and movies with vampires and werewolves. You'll love it. No returns accepted.
     
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    thats what i thought and im tempted to retest em, but i have tried them individuallly with this spare pcs bits ie spread out round me living room, both pcs, swapping bits all to no avail, poor i might try the psu a few days in this lowly pc , i was going to ease the stress on it anyway next time by getting a laptop psu 150watt and running my pumps and fans off that

    cheers for the offer by the way mate c2d i have the sig rig as a standby ive put the 5850 in it but all games still run like shit max oc ive got stable was 3.6 but that didnt help, mobo is poor tho

    watercooling.co.uk do a few good lines of fans around that price including some good 3x120 fan deals etc
     
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    hahaha my sister loves it.
     
  5. cheesy999

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    Oh, that Twilight... :(
     
  6. NdMk2o1o

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    Wow, you really know how to kill a conversation 3 days since anyone has posted in here :eek: You can have that shite!!! back we don't want it :roll:
     
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    At first I thought there was nothing good on TV... :(

    Then I saw Film 4 were having some sort of Anime week :)

    Then I realised I wouldn't be able to watch TV at the times they were on :(

    Then I remembered I had Sky+ :)

    I assume you've all been very busy seeing the 3 day gap in posts
     
  8. TheMailMan78

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    The mailman is back!
     
  9. cheesy999

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    But for how long...
     
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    This time I go no where. Just here pokin' my UK friends.
     
  11. NdMk2o1o

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    Reading this was like listening to the "this one time, at band camp" girl from American Pie :ohwell: :laugh:
     
  12. TheMailMan78

    TheMailMan78 Big Member

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    Have you seen the "video" of her in "action"?
     
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    :laugh:

    I was just really bored

    have any of you seen this website --> http://kimjongillookingatthings.tumblr.com/
     
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    Wait, wut?? as in a real one? no, and I am extremley pissed if there really is one as I haven't heard of it before now. I remember googling for large pictures of Britney getting out of the car that one time (see what I did there?) and just gazed at her snatch for 30mins when I found them.... and for the record, yea I still would :eek:

    Safe to look at whilst at work or no?

    [​IMG]
     
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    Yes it's safe

    EDIT:Unless your talking about what the mailman said, in which case, i have no idea
     
  16. TheMailMan78

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    Yes there is a real video. Yes its epic. PM me for details lol.
     
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    Apparently the Steam holiday sales start today

    Hopefully there'll be a lot of good stuff in it
     
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    I was wondering if we had news, but then it seems that TMM is just coming over for a visit. Well, since that its nearly Christmas we must invite the homeless :)
     
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    Anyone ever ordered from Hardwareking.net? I think they're based in Germany but it seems they only accept payment through Money Order/Cheque.

    They have the cheapest 1090t I can find :p
     
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    Haha I don't know man... seems a bit dodgy to me, you'd think they'd at least take card? or Paypal?
     
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    Yea and it seems I've made an order but there's no way to pay at the checkout; they've sent me an invoice and everything :roll: Time to hope I'm not under obligation!!

    How you doing man?
     
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    Good man, mobo is awesome. Off ill these last couple of days, so had time to have a play and OC the Core 2 Duo on it. How's the X4 945? and how are you? :toast:
     
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    Just filed a support ticket with seagate about my recently replaced Spinpoint F1 that sounds like a rampantrabbit on steroids when plugged in. Hopefully they will reply and agree to exchange it for something that I can at least sell on ebay for a half decent price compared to this samsung

    Who would want to buy a hard drive that sounds like a rampantrabbit when you plug it in??

    so fingers crossed.
     
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    well. Hats off to Seagate, They already got back to me.

    Unforunately their RMA system doesnt quite recognise SAMSUNG serial/partnumbers yet so I cant get an RMA which means the information the rep gave me was totally useless as i cant even get to the stage where i locate a seagate service/repair center here in the UK

    /facepalm
     
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    Yea fantastic cheers, just trying to get my mates system running properly lol I'm giving BF3 a hammering too when I got time

    Question to all: I'm trying to get hold of a used 1090t - what sort of price should I be looking at? Not willing to wait for one shipped abroad so I'm just checking out prices on the UK market.
     

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