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# 173878 9-Jun-2015 14:36
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Does any one know of good equivalent communities to Geekzone based in the UK. Obviously lots of the info on Geekzone in generic, but always nice to find some local knowledge on Telcos etc!


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I found the overclockers.co.uk community was pretty good while living in the UK. They're obviously more focused on PC building than geekzone but had a pretty wide range of forums and people. 

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Could try the ArsTechnica forums - Ars have recently started a UK edition of the site, so would assume a lot more UK users will start filtering into the forums as well...





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http://forum.kitz.co.uk is a reasonably active internet\tech forum.




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Thanks for the tips guys.

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My favorite is avforums.com

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