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Grand Master Fu
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Google!!! Best damn tech manual out there :D :thumb

IRC is good for some stuff too. Try joinging #appnamehelp or #osnamehelp on a major network (Undernet is my fave) and usually there is 1 or 2 people who will offer advice.
 

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Good on 2 God on 1
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I am member of sysopt.com, dfi-street as well as OCForums and overclockers.com. I love DFI-Street for super fine tuning the DFI motherboards which are the best for OCing in my opinion. Sysopt.com is good for all around advice but I haven't gone there in ages.
 

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Dark Lord
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Google and newsgroups.

I'm also on a bunch of Oracle e-mail lists (Internal and External) for work specific stuff too.

Mark
 

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i'm always idling in #mklinux on freenode. i'm on a bunch of mailing lists: linux kernel, some debian lists, lists for linux and netbsd ports to different archs (alpha, amd64, sparc, mips, pa-risc).

i used to be all about usenet, but not since around '98, a little after the aol influx. spam ruined usenet.

for web sites: slashdot.org, arstechnica, realworldtech.com (hard core stuff about cpu design), storagereview, anandtech, the register and the inquirer for industry gossip.
 
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