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Poll Results: Which Color Version are you buying

Poll expired: Feb 28, 2012  
  • 58% (44)
    White/Black
  • 41% (31)
    Black/black
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Originally Posted by XNine View Post

English. Please, English. It's a requirement to post in English and no other language on OCN.

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You're a Hardware rep, surely you can be bothered to use google?

Nope, I can't be bothered. I've got a alot of work and things to do and I'm part of an ENGLISH SPEAKING FORUM BECAUSE WE'RE EXPECTED TO SPEAK ENGLISH. That's why there's a RULE stating "Communicate in English only" This is an English-speaking site. Not french, not Japanese, not Australian Bushman Clicky Talk. Don't like it? Go elsewhere.

It's part of the terms of service of using this forum. http://www.overclock.net/a/terms-of-service Go have a read.
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Let me re-emphasize some important additions that I edited into the post you quoted:
The thing to keep in mind here, is that slow and slowly fading take up a lot of time, and HDD activity is usually in relatively short bursts, especially with SSDs or the revo drive.
If it's set too slow, it looses it's effectiveness as an activity indicator.
I have it jumped to run continuously to do the videos, but in normal mode, it's the active motion between periods of inactivity that's desired.
Don't confuse it with regular case lighting.
Darlene

This is very true, you got me thinking of other setups I could do. Sorry i wandered off a bit tongue.gif
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Originally Posted by XNine View Post

Nope, I can't be bothered. I've got a alot of work and things to do and I'm part of an ENGLISH SPEAKING FORUM BECAUSE WE'RE EXPECTED TO SPEAK ENGLISH. That's why there's a RULE stating "Communicate in English only" This is an English-speaking site. Not french, not Japanese, not Australian Bushman Clicky Talk. Don't like it? Go elsewhere.
It's part of the terms of service of using this forum. http://www.overclock.net/a/terms-of-service Go have a read.

Yeah, what he said.


@ iTDiva : I think you should do it how you want. Keep the lights flashing fast. Looks cool either way.
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Because that rule is belligerent and harmful to the community.
Xnine has a better chance of understanding the question and providing a useful answer by using a translation engine than asking the poster to try again in english. Translation engines are horrible, but the mistakes they make are often predictable and can be easily deciphered. Human minds and educational backgrounds are much more diverse and thus it's often harder to interpret the true meaning they're trying to convey through their mistakes. If he could speak english well enough that he didn't have to worry about being misunderstood, he would have posted in english first.
Anyone who doesn't want to bother, can just skip the question. Most of us already skip most of the questions anyways because of a lack of interest on our part or lack of experience with the situation. This is no different.
I only speak english, so don't think I'm on some sort of ego-trip. I just think that if someone is willing to go through the trouble to read reams of material in a language he doesn't have a perfect grasp of in order to be part of our group and contribute with the rest of us, that literally just lifting your finger to help bridge the communication gap is a small courtesy that anyone can offer.
Back to discussion on the case.
I'm still having problems painting the rubberized plastic trim. I used some vinyl prep from the auto store that's supposed to work on any plastic. Paint slid right off. This stuff could give teflon a run for it's money. Has anyone ever tried sanding this stuff? I'm afraid it's going to turn out to be some sort of coating, and when I go to sand it it'll come off unevenly.

Rules are still rules regardless to the reasoning. Me, personally -- I just wouldn't help the person out, I guess Xnine was the same way and asked the person to post in English just as the individual has already done before in the thread to all of a sudden speaking another language?

Rules are rules -- There's no point trying to call someone out on it, that's all.
     
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Hey Everyone,

What is the thickest 420mm rad I can fit in the 810 if I want push/pull and my mobo is a z77a gd65?
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Hey Everyone,
What is the thickest 420mm rad I can fit in the 810 if I want push/pull and my mobo is a z77a gd65?

I think there is a do and don't for rads section in the first page. Please check it out and see if your answer lies there.
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Useless answer. Of course I checked that out. I need to hear from somebody who has this mobo or who has stuck a fat rad in the top and can tell me how tight things are or will be if the heatsink for the vrms on the mobo sit right next to the edge of the mobo.
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