Talk:Gabe Newell's PC
The delete tags are there so admins can see what pages are potentially worth deleting. As such, when marking a page for potential deletion, it's important that you leave the rest of the content intact. It defeats the purpose of the templates if you've already removed all the content yourself beforehand. Obviously the situation here has been rectified, but it's worth repeating anyway. --Graham 14:53, 2 Sep 2005 (PDT)
- I was in a peculiarly ebullient mood, so running roughshod across wiki traditions I did what I though sensible in the face of what I thought was some clever, insidious advertising. But, of course, I was wrong, and it was merely our Great Prophet showing pride in his latest hardware acquisition. And wikis record all mistakes, so I can never forget this, ever! ... ;-) --Cargo Cult 15:19, 2 Sep 2005 (PDT)
- It's a common mistake I've seen others make, so I thought I should comment on it :). People are all, *deletes all the content*, and then, "Hey, should someone delete this stuff?" It's like, you know, apparently someone already did. --Graham 17:47, 2 Sep 2005 (PDT)
Lots of Nvidia tech ;O ^Ben 08:47, 3 Sep 2005 (PDT)
- Well you need to have a Nvidia mobo to have SLI ;) --Pon 16:50, 3 Sep 2005 (PDT)
- Shhh, he can hear you! --AndrewNeo 14:21, 19 Sep 2005 (PDT) (P.S. It actually could, if you have exactly what Gabe has, HL2 probably runs excellent, fast, and never crashes)
- I'd say it is. If you take it to be true that the VDC is here to provide information pertinent to the Valve-related community, and if you also take it to be true that the information pertinent to the Valve-related community is merely that which the community actually wants to know, then I imagine this is, indeed, relevant. Assuming, of course, that Gabe gets lots of people asking him what kind of computer he uses; and I imagine that he does.