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Offline Revogamer  
#1 Posted : Monday, 3 November 2008 8:39:36 a.m.(UTC)
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Offline enzojugs  
#2 Posted : Friday, 15 May 2009 11:18:13 p.m.(UTC)
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I see you have a section for home theater PC builds, how about a section for Windows Home Server builds?

I myself am a great WHS fan, and think it's one of Microsoft's best products. Every computer enthusiast should build one!
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Offline Computerlounge  
#3 Posted : Friday, 15 May 2009 11:22:21 p.m.(UTC)
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yeah we are revamping the HTPC section at the moment.

Will have Home server in there too. (Great product)

We have heaps of cool changes happening over the next few months.
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Offline lawrencelatency  
#4 Posted : Monday, 18 May 2009 3:22:48 a.m.(UTC)
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whats with the points under the posts?
Offline Computerlounge  
#5 Posted : Tuesday, 19 May 2009 11:33:46 p.m.(UTC)
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Offline lawrencelatency  
#6 Posted : Wednesday, 20 May 2009 2:04:46 a.m.(UTC)
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Computerlounge wrote:
Nothing at all.


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Offline DANGERDAN  
#7 Posted : Wednesday, 20 May 2009 5:54:01 a.m.(UTC)
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Maybe add a Area for monitors people seem to ask a bit about that and doesnt really fit under the home theater section, some of my threads are hidden and are only access able from the search engine so fix maybe plox.
Also maybe under gaming somewhere we can talk about games itself for hardcore gamers to the occasional gfx hunky

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Offline victim4  
#8 Posted : Tuesday, 26 May 2009 12:30:29 a.m.(UTC)
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Why CL forum doent have "review" thread ?
- Member can test, benchmark their components and post in there.
- CL can also make a review for their products
- Make forum has more valuable information
- Customers easy to choose, compare the products that they would like to buy
- Increase traffic
- More fun for member to discuss
- Great opportunity for CL promote their products =>Increase sale
- If someone search google for a review of any component, CL forum will be on the list =>increase brand awareness

This is my suggestion
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Offline DANGERDAN  
#9 Posted : Tuesday, 26 May 2009 12:46:12 a.m.(UTC)
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Offline Computerlounge  
#10 Posted : Tuesday, 26 May 2009 2:13:47 a.m.(UTC)
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Review thread has now been created.

There is already a whole section dedicated to Overclocking etc.
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Offline cronicash  
#11 Posted : Tuesday, 26 May 2009 5:20:38 a.m.(UTC)
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Theres also normally a nice review posted in "CL News" on new products^^
Offline lawrencelatency  
#12 Posted : Wednesday, 27 May 2009 5:17:07 a.m.(UTC)
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what about a general section, for non computer related stuff?
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#13 Posted : Wednesday, 27 May 2009 5:25:16 a.m.(UTC)
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How many people would like a General Section so you can post off topic stuff?
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Offline minster  
#14 Posted : Wednesday, 27 May 2009 5:52:39 a.m.(UTC)
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Yes I think a "General" section would be great.
Since I first heard of CL and built my first PC, there have been questions I have been unsure of and have had to go elsewhere as this board doesn't appear to encourage noobie sort of questioning.
I possibly couldn't contribute much but there are certainly a couple more "dumb" questions I would like expert help withBoo hoo!
Offline victim4  
#15 Posted : Thursday, 28 May 2009 12:46:53 p.m.(UTC)
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If you have Q ab Hardware, you can post your Q on "hardware" thread, If you have Q about Software, you can ask on "support" section. I personal believe that we have no need for "General"
Offline Sacrificial_lamb  
#16 Posted : Saturday, 19 June 2010 10:07:54 p.m.(UTC)
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Just a little this but i would rather have DD/MM/YYYY dates I have noticed that you are using american dates. both on joined dates and post times.

under software it would be nice to have an "other" category.
If people never did silly things, nothing intelligent would ever happen.
Offline tubby8me2  
#17 Posted : Friday, 16 July 2010 12:40:05 p.m.(UTC)
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something that would be helpfull when lots of people are posting on topics would be to increase the latest posts section from 5 posts to something like 10
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Offline 05veronesem  
#18 Posted : Friday, 16 July 2010 11:40:47 p.m.(UTC)
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tubby8me2 wrote:
something that would be helpfull when lots of people are posting on topics would be to increase the latest posts section from 5 posts to something like 10


I second that aye I go on at work to see whats new and I always wonder at first glance what im missing out on after those latest 5 posts, even a latest posts page mite be an idea but defently the home page needs to be 10 or more :d/
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#19 Posted : Wednesday, 21 July 2010 8:09:20 a.m.(UTC)
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Offline LinuxUser  
#20 Posted : Friday, 4 February 2011 1:19:00 a.m.(UTC)
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Make it so we can stay logged in! the Auto log in does not seem to work.
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