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Originally Posted by TwoCables View Post
Nah, you're not the first person. It's actually rather common that people don't look at the OP to find instructions on how to be added.

To be honest, I am getting close to sending iandroo888 a private message suggesting that we get a Google Spreadsheet or something so that we can just add ourselves. He's an extremely busy person (one of the busiest people I've come across here on OCN).


Actually, all I got from his reply was "oh damn, thank you! I totally missed that! I'm sorry, everyone!"
tbh if he doesn't have the time to administer to the thread then he needs to give the reins to someone else. That's what Danylu did with the aussie club.
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Originally Posted by T3h_Ch33z_Muncha View Post
tbh if he doesn't have the time to administer to the thread then he needs to give the reins to someone else. That's what Danylu did with the aussie club.
Well, then I'd like that job. I think I'm perfect for it!
    
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Well, then I'd like that job. I think I'm perfect for it!
No offense to the op .. but this club needs be managed by an active member so.. I'll support you on that ..
    
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I just thought I'd say this since people were talking about the amount of fans in their system. Since PSU, CPU and GPU fans aren't included, I have.... none! Runs nice and cold all the time, but that's probably because it's winter here lol. Temp systems ftw
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Originally Posted by Ulver View Post
Nope.
Though I like to think I am his friend.

What I meant before was that he has just politely pointed you to the "rules" (not that serious of course), in case you've missed them, which is unclear from your post. That's that.
Just keep it civil, man.

In any case, Iandro is usually busy and you won't be added for a couple of days anyway. But if you've got a 690 and want to talk about it, hey, welcome!
Proper nice guy you!
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Hey Folks, Glad to be in the Club, this case is good, but i guess too much overkill in terms of the cmponenets and hence i am not able to justify the cable mess, but all in all its great!!!!! Any advise though on Cable Management is more than Welcome

Also please check this URL for the 6th Pic:-






Anxious to know your feedbackFolks ....

PS: i have updated to the SSD yesterday only and hence its not visible in the case pic. Will do it later.





Edited by saifbukhari - 6/15/10 at 6:59am
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Are your R4 a lot louder than expected? Both of mine are the loudest part of my system at idle and even at load. I had to get a fan controller to quiet them
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Are your R4 a lot louder than expected? Both of mine are the loudest part of my system at idle and even at load. I had to get a fan controller to quiet them
"Loud" is different to every one. i have 5 R4's (only using 3 at the moment) and its not that bad. may be because i cut the grills out in front of them, they cause the sound the most.
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I cut the grills too. They added a ton of noise.

but i'm talking about the fans themselves.
post #12250 of 19415
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Hey Folks, Glad to be in the Club, this case is good, but i guess too much overkill in terms of the cmponenets and hence i am not able to justify the cable mess, but all in all its great!!!!! Any advise though on Cable Management is more than Welcome
Add back the HDD bay and hdd holders in it, and throw all the cables in there. I had the same problem as you. I removed the HDD bay at first but later on added it back and made my life easier - all cables there. Can't wait to get my hands on some modular power supply.
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