Discussion in 'The Guru's Pub' started by dizzin9, Dec 9, 2017.
Thank you for finding this and bumping it. A great read!
Thanks HH : )
2003 here. I'm not 100% sure how I ended up here but I believe it had something to do with Battlefield Vietnam.
7/9/2004.......jesus where did the time go?
I lurked here for probably 6 or 7 years before I finally signed up....lol
Wow, June 2003 for me, this is my 920th post, shows my control and lack of spam
7 years for me. Don't post anywhere near as much as I used to. But still lurk.
I’m still a somewhat lurker.
Bah, I was going to call you a newbie but turns out that you have been here more than 10 years.
You: Jul 4, 2006
Me: Nov 30, 2006
Feb 13 2006... approaching 12 years. This is the only forum I'm still active on.
2009 It's been some time eh.
Who's the newb now?!
9 years for me. Doesn't seem like it's been that long. I remember the good old days of coveting a 7800GT, lol. And those nasty FX-53 setups people had on here.
14 years here.
Hilbert's still here though
Anand has left Anandtech, Tom has left Tom's....time flies, and the Web changes.
"member Chewbacca?" ......... LOL
I initially joined when i first got into making custom PCs around 2001 but then rejoined in 2012 when i couldn't find my log in or PW. Not been very active on this account as work has meant new projects have been few and far between.
I remember playing fear mp with you back in the day
a couple of months or so. First forums I joined was probably in the late 90's. Anandtech was probably around that time and PCpitstop used to be a very active community, it's on life support now though.
I used to have an account on here from many years ago but was long lost, probably from swapping emails and forgetting passwords. I think my first account here was Xrc6 or it may have been Dcyphure or Doom_machine....been too long to remember and I use a different username for every account I sign up for anyway which doesn't help either.
Was aware of G3D since 2002 and knew it was the place to go for anything GPU related. Joined couple years after that when looking for something to replace my Ti 4200. Virtually anyone looking for anything GPU related in those years was bound to run into G3D at some point.