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Well hey - OCN wants to do things their way. They require 35 Rep to be able to post Appraisal threads in hopes of minimizing the chances of someone making an OCN account for the sole purpose of making an Appraisal thread. They require 35 Rep to post Wanted threads in hopes of minimizing the chances of someone making an account for the sole purpose of making a Wanted thread. The require 35 Reps to make a For Sale thread in hopes of minimizing the chances of someone making an OCN account for the sole purpose of making a For Sale thread. After all, OCN membership is free.

By the way, you don't have to send me a private message; not going to get in trouble for trying to learn OCN's ways. The staff applauds behavior like yours because it's much better than simply ignoring the rules.
Like I said before, totally understand the selling section and even the appraisal section as well. But the wanted section to me the same as the buying section, thats what you would be doing. You would still be sending money before an item would be shipped same as buying. I would understand if they said hey you can't sell, get appraisal, post wanted ads, OR buy anything here until you have the rep points. Again the softball site I used to go to a lot when I played was based on your trustworthiness, not your knowledge of the items or sport. I guess thats another part of what gets me too is that I am new, really don't feel comfortable giving advice since I am still very green.

Here is my situation. I bought a mobo today for a board member. I am going to try to update my system 1 piece at a time probably buying used items instead of new so I can afford to do a little easier (and if I mess something up its not as costly as well). So after buying that board I now need to buy ddr3 ram, processor (probably shoot for a i3), and video card. Well since there are not many i3's listed I thought I would just post it up in the wanted section just in case anyone has one laying around that they would let go a good price but may not have it listed. Well I can't even do that so I will just have to try to wait for someone to get around to listing one (if anyone has one) or go some place else to buy. Over all seems like nice guys here for the most part and I am getting to know a few of you just a little bit, like the board and how its laid out so I would like to just wait until I could buy from some of the guys here instead of going to another board or ebay or something like that. I got very used to buying a lot of softball stuff from a forum and it was nice getting to know some of the people you do business with. Matter of fact I still talk with a few of them even though I am not buying and selling as much (if at all) anymore. And like I said before since I don't know a lot about computers for me to get reps will probably be tuff. BEFORE reading the rules I thought once I bought a few things from guys I would probably be able to post up a wanted and and then a little later after buying a few more things maybe be able to sell (all though I am not sure I have anything someone would want lol)! All of this pending that I pay for said items at the time of purchase, and the other party is happy with the deal as well. I guess more based on buying and selling since its the buying and selling section.
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it seems as if my print screen button isnt working or at least it isn't doing anything lol! I did download your program and ran it (or the one you recommended), trying to do a screen shot to post!
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well I did go back and edit my post so i figured out to insert a pic from bucket. now back the the screen shot lol
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Like I said before, totally understand the selling section and even the appraisal section as well. But the wanted section to me the same as the buying section, thats what you would be doing. You would still be sending money before an item would be shipped same as buying. I would understand if they said hey you can't sell, get appraisal, post wanted ads, OR buy anything here until you have the rep points. Again the softball site I used to go to a lot when I played was based on your trustworthiness, not your knowledge of the items or sport. I guess thats another part of what gets me too is that I am new, really don't feel comfortable giving advice since I am still very green.
Again, OCN does things their way.

I'll explain it again: the purpose of the Appraisals forum here on OCN is to find out how much your thing is worth. Once you decide on an amount, then you can either turn around and sell it here, or you can go sell it somewhere else. Making an Appraisal thread does not mean that you'll be selling that item here on OCN. It just means that you want to know how much your item is worth. Where you sell it is your business.

So, Overclock.net requires 35 Reps in order to minimize the chances of thishappening (pretending that there's no minimum Rep requirement):
  1. Guy has an item to sell, but he doesn't know how much it's worth
  2. Guy hears that Overclock.net is awesome
  3. Guy makes an Overclock.net account for the sole purpose of making an Appraisal thread and then never coming back once he finds out what his item is worth
  4. Guy tells his friends that Overclock.net is a great place to go just to get an Appraisal
  5. Soon OCN has a rash of idiots making OCN accounts just to get an Apprasial and to do absolutely nothing else on here
  6. OCN staff take action and create a 35 Rep minimum requirement to post any threads in the Apprasial forum
  7. Problem solved (or at least the chances of it happening again are minimized)

The same thing applies to both the For Sale forum and the Wanted forums. OCN does NOT want people coming here for the sole purpose of doing nothing but using OCN to get an appraisal, to sell, or to make Wanted ads! OCN is not a marketplace! Instead, only a small part of OCN is a marketplace!

Fortunately, there is no minimum rep requirement to simply buy something from someone. I mean, there's no minimum rep requirement to see an item for sale and then try to buy it. So you can certainly browse the For Sale items and then try to buy things you want to buy! Although, you can't make any Wanted threads or Appraisal threads because you don't have 35 Rep points yet! Fortunately, there are websites out there that are nothing but a marketplace.

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Here is my situation. I bought a mobo today for a board member. I am going to try to update my system 1 piece at a time probably buying used items instead of new so I can afford to do a little easier (and if I mess something up its not as costly as well). So after buying that board I now need to buy ddr3 ram, processor (probably shoot for a i3), and video card. Well since there are not many i3's listed I thought I would just post it up in the wanted section just in case anyone has one laying around that they would let go a good price but may not have it listed. Well I can't even do that so I will just have to try to wait for someone to get around to listing one (if anyone has one) or go some place else to buy. Over all seems like nice guys here for the most part and I am getting to know a few of you just a little bit, like the board and how its laid out so I would like to just wait until I could buy from some of the guys here instead of going to another board or ebay or something like that. I got very used to buying a lot of softball stuff from a forum and it was nice getting to know some of the people you do business with. Matter of fact I still talk with a few of them even though I am not buying and selling as much (if at all) anymore. And like I said before since I don't know a lot about computers for me to get reps will probably be tuff.
You don't really have to know anything about computers to get Reps around here. I've received hundreds of Reps from helping people with things that have absolutely nothing to do with computers whatsoever.


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BEFORE reading the rules I thought once I bought a few things from guys I would probably be able to post up a wanted and and then a little later after buying a few more things maybe be able to sell (all though I am not sure I have anything someone would want lol)! All of this pending that I pay for said items at the time of purchase, and the other party is happy with the deal as well. I guess more based on buying and selling since its the buying and selling section.
OCN seems to call that little section down near the bottom the "Marketplace". However, that's just a very tiny part of OCN.
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When you open Microsoft Paint, "paste" the screenshot in.
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ok here we go I am going to give it a try
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Guess I didn't get all the white off but there is the screen shot of that one that I ran
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ok here we go I am going to give it a try
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Guess I didn't get all the white off but there is the screen shot of that one that I ran
That's why I said shrink that white area down to something really tiny. I'm talking like maybe a 10x10 tiny little square (it doesn't have to be a perfect 10x10 square). That's how I was able to make this little scrrenshot:

Here's a screenshot of what I mean:


Shrink it down to something really small first before pasting the screenshot into Paint (yeah, this is Windows 7's paint, but it's basically the same):


The idea is to make it smaller than any screenshot you'd ever make, including anything that you'd ever crop (cut) out of a screenshot (such as a tiny icon).




Instead of something bigger, like:





With that white area being that small, I can paste anything in there and I'll never have white space around my pasted image. I mean, I don't need that white space because I never create anything in Paint. Instead, I just paste screenshots into it and then I get rid of it.

Also, use the .PNG format. The image quality is always higher with .PNGs in comparison to .JPGs.

Anyway, the reason why I was recommending ATTO Disk Benchmark is so that you know what to use if you were to get a solid state drive. That way, you could run ATTO and see if you're getting the advertised speeds.
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I am not sure how to pull a quote out of the middle of your last post but AGAIN you are comparing apples to oranges when you put selling, appraisals, and wanted together. Maybe we could agree that selling and appraisals are like items and that wanted and buying is like items. There for I would think rules for one of those would apply to the other like item and vice verse. I get it they do it there way and if you want to be here deal with it but it still doesn't give a logically answer for why these are grouped the way they are.
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there we go, got it now!
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I am not sure how to pull a quote out of the middle of your last post but AGAIN you are comparing apples to oranges when you put selling, appraisals, and wanted together. Maybe we could agree that selling and appraisals are like items and that wanted and buying is like items. There for I would think rules for one of those would apply to the other like item and vice verse. I get it they do it there way and if you want to be here deal with it but it still doesn't give a logically answer for why these are grouped the way they are.
No, I'm not comparing apples to oranges. The reason why OCN requires a 35 Rep minimum is to hopefully prevent people from using OCN just to ask for an appraisal, or to post a wanted ad, or to post a for sale ad. I mean, they are trying to minimize the chances of someone making an account to nothing but use the marketplace.

OCN wants new members to participate in the rest of the community, so therefore there is a 35 Rep minimum for those forums. If there was not a 35 Rep minimum, then people would be able to make an account and only use it twice, and ONLY twice: once to make their thread, and then again to say "thank you".

I don't know how to be any clearer! It's kinda like how some bars or restaurants have a 2-drink minimum, or kinda like how some places have a cover charge.

So no: it is not a comparison between apples and oranges!
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