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I was thinking it might be nice/useful to have an IRC server going for the overclock.net community. It would allow for the quick "omg what the hell did i just do to my new computer" type of questions and a place where people can just chat and hang out. I'd be willing to donate it (although I know nothing about keeping one running...)<br />
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What do you all think?
 

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I mentioned this probably over a year ago; back then, it had already been discussed over a year ago.<br />
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Basically, No. It'd take away from the forum itself...and wouldn't be fun to moderate sry <img src="/images/smilies/frown.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Frown" class="inlineimg" />
 

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<div style="font-style:italic">I was thinking it might be nice/useful to have an IRC server going for the overclock.net community. It would allow for the quick "omg what the hell did i just do to my new computer" type of questions and a place where people can just chat and hang out. I'd be willing to donate it (although I know nothing about keeping one running...)<br />
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What do you all think?</div>

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</div>Admin has stated that all information dealing with computers/overclocking should be kept on the forum and out of chats/ventrilo. We have a ventrilo voice chat server. There are plenty of text chat programs out there, I don't know much about IRC myself.
 

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Fair enough, thanks for the quick replies.
 
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