Originally Posted by HiVizMan
Things you do not need to bring if travelling far.
Keyboards and mouse I have plenty 45+ of each.
LN2 flask for pouring have 12
I will have some spare LN2 pots for first timers to try with, and one or two rather eclectic graphic card pots to play with. Not able to vouch for those as I have never used them. Also make sure all your kit is prepared or volt modded before the event as needed. No Kenny this time to do it on the day.
For those with only Laptops who would like to give this sport a bash I will have plenty of kit available to bench with so do not worry about that too much.
At least 5 SB CPUs to freeze and possibly a couple of AMD processors too. Oh and the motherboards that go with it all too of course.
I have 5 Monitors that will be reserved for those flying or travelling far by train. Post up here if you need one reserved for you.
I suggest we all meet up in the Beefeater bar on the Friday night, the venue will not be suitable as they have a very noisy bash on each Friday night. Which is the reason why we can not set up. And I do mean noisy. Nor is it my kind of noise. Lots of people with their pants below the hip grabbing their crotches trying to look cool. What is it with the hip hop culture and bad underwear? Or the need to share what underwear you have on. Strange. Why could it not have been a pleasant heavy metal band.
I possibly need a monitor, could take my U2711 but it's a beast..people who fly/train a long way can obviously get privilege over me as I'm pretty close. I'll need an LN2 pot, too.
Just picked up a 352 & 356 from eBay for silly cheap to get some testing in, just need a PSU now and Gappo is being awesome enough to lend me an 8400GS for display, they (Celerons) will be going under LN2 at the event too hopefully. By preparation, do you mean insulation? I would assume there is someone with some spare eraser at the event but if I need to get some before hand that's fine.
I'll possibly arrive Saturday morning instead of Friday night, makes the accommodation much more affordable,
Originally Posted by compuman145
Oh yeah to be honest, Horsham is a pretty chavvy town, you get loads of kids walking around trying to look "hard", if they cause you any problems just give them a slap and they normally run home crying.
Welcome to the UK. Edited by SmokinWaffle - 11/28/12 at 3:18am