TN is around but he spend most of his time moderating other forums. He got caught up in the drama.
I am currently working on my water cooling. I got it all hooked up and I will add the Peltier and coldplate once I get the insulation done. I played last night with water cooling only and it worked ok. I even put a window in the side of my case. I put the pump switch on the front of the case. It is looking cool. Of course when I am finished I will take pics and post it here in the best forum on the net.
I'm with you, Goffenhiemer. From now on, I'm staying only in Overclocking and Software. No more off-topic or general. I figure that the only thing we can agree on is to disagree (the people over in off-topic that is)
And I have an idea to help all us keep Overclocking the way it is and to not allow it fall into the trap that the other forums have. I think that if someone does post something in Cases, Cooling and Overclocking that we find offensive, flamatory, or otherwise not appropriate for this forum, we should ignore the post all together, with no responses whatsoever. Hopefully that person will give up and go away, or better still post legitimate responses or questions, and become a productive part of CC&OC. Now, I don't believe we should ignore the person placing the post, specifically if he (or possible she?) ask a legitimate questions or responses otherwise. But we should remain silent on any post that they make that are not acceptable. That way, we keep this forum real. Bad idea or good idea? Let me know what you think.
[This message has been edited by Candyman (edited 07-19-2000).]