Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by Tim S, 15 Aug 2007.
Think i'll try and get to next years event
I swear as soon as I pass my driving test, i'm going to one of these
That fan controller looks amazing. I want one.
Actually, it's a P180; unpainted interior and no watercooling holes.
My bad for not pointing it out exactly
What's the racing game on page 2?
The game in this picture looks like NFS:Carbon
I had no idea you were there! was on the second floor of the grandstand sweating my nads off
spot the esource guys on the first floor with you helping them put the banner up, know the cs:source team fairly well- good guys!
was certainly a tiring weekend, but good weather and beer flowing- perfect way to lose your lan virginity
What's up with the tiny pics?
"Multiplay's largest ever i-Series event, with over 1,300 gamers present."- Yes, let's forgot i30 which had 1500 byoc players. You need to listen less to wizzo, and discount him blatantly hyping the increased spectator number in place of falling competitors.
It was my first iSeries event, and I was quite disappointed, although I wasn't playing so that's partly why. The WCG ranged from disappointing, to just plain bad.
Combination of not really that interesting large and time. I threw this together Monday night in two hours.
If there's any specifically you want large, I'll get them for you
Yes it does but the only review I can find does not priase it very highly.
Then again the person reviewing it sounds like he hated it before even recieveing the unit. As for his understanding of fan control......
It may not support 1000W PSU's however I'm sure that will change (I hope).
He could not be bothered getting on the floor to check that it was actually adjusting the fan speeds....eh you review products for a living, have you heard the term "Test Bench"? (And if this is your bread and butter then perhaps you should be bothered to make more of an effort).
As for being able to view the PSU draw....inspired! I dont think you can pass that off as a novelty, unless your using a Dell Optiplex (In which case in wont fit anyway, ok depending on the FF). For the power user this would come in very handy.
The viewing angle issue is granted, but then again he could not be botherd bending to check that the fans are working...I think the fellow is either not very flexible.....very lazy....the wrong man for the job, all of the above.
Come on Bit-tech show them how you should do a review.
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