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    Re: A quick hello and a couple of questions from newbie

    I'm changing my subtitle to Hexus.Dross. Fantastic word!

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    Re: A quick hello and a couple of questions from newbie

    Yeah, definitely suggest you start with "Water sounds different when hot" thread and then go looking for the one about mango juice.
    If you have time there's a news page around here somewhere too?

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    Re: A quick hello and a couple of questions from newbie

    Hello, I have questions of my own

    There's suppose to be a forum thread for the new review of the Chillblast Fusion Vector pc. However when I click on the provided url, I get an error message saying "Invalid Thread specified. If you followed a valid link, please notify the administrator"

    I can't post any comments on the review page either. When I try, it just goes blank and deletes everything I wrote


    Hexus Forums are blessed with a large scale membership
    I'd like to understand this more please. I visit both Overclockers UK Forum and Hexus Forum (which is partnered with Scan), and there's a world of difference between the two. Overclockers has hundreds of times as many posts as this Hexus and Scan one, and many more active members. Why is this? What made Overclockers so much more active than this forum?

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