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Rig building "Section"

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#1 xDWolfy


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Posted 10 December 2010 - 06:06 PM

Hey there. I just whacked this into general chat because I have no idea where else it is supposed to go. I was just wondering what section of BC I should put my project guide? I'm looking at doing a complete revamp of my computer (new componants throughout, including the odd home made mod) and was wondering if there was anywhere I could post a Project log of sorts? Y'know, to keep people updated on my progress?

Just thought it'd be interesting. Thanks :)

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Posted 10 December 2010 - 06:34 PM

The forum best suited would likely be: System Building and Upgrading.

You could keep tabs in a thread there. You could also update the thread, or if you were so inclined you could create a blog here at Bleeping Computer for your updates and project progress.

It's really up to you how much effort you want to expend on the detailed annotations of the project.

No matter which direction you choose, best of luck in your endeavor and welcome to Bleeping Computer.

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