View Full Version : expanding this site
01-02-2006, 11:11 PM
well i have a thought of expanding this site a bit like having some partners with guru3d, ngohq, hardoverclockers, and maybe some other computer sites cause this site may have many card specs but y not also try a overclockers limit for every card... like the 7800 gtx the default clocks and tell them the highest overclocks u can get with the default cooling and some help tips on overclocking and where to buy cards since u guys already have ads displayed when u look at cards... so im just saying an expansion to overclocking and cooling suggestions and stuff...if uve seen guru3d forums they have tons of people in them and try to have links from other computer sites to urs.. ya? thats my suggestion(dont take me as a F***er.....just tryin to help.....ive used this site for all my needs for buying a new vid card by being able to compare and help from people with their suggestions)
and ya game benchmarks and some big reviews with new cards :)
Thanks for the kind words man...right now I have about a dozen things going on expanding the site...it's a lot of work considering it's just me...
One thing I'm going to be doing as the site gets more popular is allow registered users to submit benchmark and overclocking information to the database...and then as I start to get some more popularity (and time) I'll be requesting cards to review etc...
So yeah, all in good time...and check back for updates often, I'll be adding a lot of stuff over the next couple weeks...:)
01-04-2006, 03:20 AM
cool yea ...
01-04-2006, 04:52 PM
Mike is a very busy man but I can assure you he takes extreme pride / interest in making gpureview.com the absolute best video card comparison / information portal yet.
01-12-2006, 02:04 PM
One minor suggestion is that it's easy to get from the gpureview.com default page to the forums, but I didn't see an obvious link back. Maybe I missed and yes I know the bookmark and back buttons exist, but just a minor point. Also, since the comparison page is a great feature, you could make that a readily available link from the forums too. Just my 2yens worth.
The forums are pretty much still standard vbulletin code...so the link back to the home page is all the way at the bottom of the page on the right hand side...as for the comparison page link...I'm in process of redesigning the site...and I think I'll include the navigation with the forums to make it easy to bounce back and forth between different areas of the site...
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