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Hello, I know I am not supposed to ask a question in here but it does not apply to any other forum. I am a new user and I was wondering how I get the signature at the bottom of all my posts? That little thing thats says all my computer specs and anything else I want in there.

Also, hello my name is Skeeter. I am building my first computer. So far we have a z77 FTW Evga mother board, i7 3570K, and a raedon 7970. Though the raedon seems to be pooping itself currently (look in the ATi/AMD GPU section for my post). The CPU has had no problems and the motherboard has had no problems. All that is in a cooler master HafXb case. Looks so secksi!
 

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Hi, I only just figured out how to get the sig setup thismorning. You need to build your rig with the "rig builder". Then go to your profile and scroll down to where it says "your forum signature". There's probably a guide here somewhere but I couldn't find it (only been here for a day though haha).
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Hello there Skeeter, nice to see a new member on OCN. As for your first question, you can get your computer specs in your signature by going to your profile, and filling in your PC parts in the "Your Rigs" section, then once you've completed the list of your general parts (it will usually hot-fix the parts once you enter them in by default, otherwise you may have to type them in), you then go to the "Your Forum Signature" part, and select it, it should then have the prompt near it saying "edit signature" select that and a dialog box will appear, you can then click on a tab at the bottom (may be several) that will say "show off my stuff" (in just one of the tabs, unless you have multiple computers you wish to show) and select your PC whatever you have named it under (i.e. i simply named mine "My PC"), and then save, and it should update it as your signature. As for your other problem with your GPU, perhaps try a different driver set. If you were using the ones on-disk that came with the graphics card, i highly advise you to update your drivers to one of the newer driver sets if possible, as older driver sets may have lingering issues, or specific issues with a game that develops due to changes made to it since the driver was written. Hope I managed to help you, and I wish you all the best of luck.
 

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Welcome to OCN Skeeter
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Enjoy your stay bro
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