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The PC Element

Discussion in 'Tech Tips and Reviews' started by Mr. PC Doc, Apr 6, 2004.

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  1. Mr. PC Doc

    Mr. PC Doc Thread Starter

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    It's not everyday you find an awesome PC Hardware Review site. But today, I've found one. It's called The PC Element www.thepcelement.com and it's wonderful. The greatest Hardware Reviews you could ever read are just a click away.

    First of all, when I went to this site, I was extremely impressed. The layout and cleanliness of this site was exceptional. The HTML graphics... just everything on this PC Hardware Review webpage was wonderful. And as a plus, I wasn't seduced to clicking here and there to get rid of ads... there were none.

    Once I got to this site, I decided to read a few of the hardware reviews. Well, instead of reading a few, I read alot. I just couldn't help it! The reviews were wonderful! No, they weren't just some two-three paragraph wannabe reviews... they were awesome two-three PAGE reviews... full of exceptional and informative information on the hardware that was being reviewed. There were also beautiful pictures of the hardware up close, at all angles, which is great. Heck, there were even graphs showing the performance increase/decrease with the product! In a nutshell, the reviews are great, and I highly recommend you go to The PC Element www.thepcelement.com to read your hardware reviews.

    Second of all, I decided to browse the forums and post a little. I was surprised at how nice everyone was at the forums. There were also very interesting conversations about computers, technology, etc. There was even a place where you could read and post hardware and software news, which is great for those who want to keep up to date on technology. There is a plethora of topics you can browse and post; some about technology, others about anything. One of the good things about these forums is, the Site Administrator does not allow anything crude to be posted... which I think is great. Just good, clean posting! If you want a good computing forum or general forum to post on, The PC Element Forums is the place to go.

    So everyone reading this, I highly recommend you visit The PC Element. You'll be glad you did. Believe me.

    UPDATE:Aded an article section, CPU info section, a LOT of links, and an updated forum. Now is even more reason to go to The PC Element and Forums, scince the site has been updated.

    I myself have found myself surfing the forums and website all day. Check it out now!

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  2. joe2cool

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  3. Mr. PC Doc

    Mr. PC Doc Thread Starter

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    Nope, my friend told me about this site, so I decided to check it out.
     
  4. Stoner

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    Good luck with your site, Mr. PC Doc.
    But I really see no reason to leave TSG after visiting your site.
    The help here at TSG is superior and the membership friendly.
    Plus TSG has 'Random' and CivDebate'.
    Couldn't ask for more than that :D


    and we have 'Mulder' :)


    smilin' Jack :D
     
  5. buck52

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    Looks like spam to me...

    closing

    buck
     
  6. Davey7549

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    You all may want to have a look at PC Docs last website and his link to his new website.


    Dave
     

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