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The goal of /r/hardware is a place for quality computer hardware news, reviews, and intelligent discussion.
/r/hardware is not the place to come for help of any kind. This includes tech support and PC building questions.
> > Rule | Description :--|:-- Follow reddiquette | You can find it here. Posts should be about hardware| Posts should be about hardware news, reviews, technical discussion or how-tos and buyers guides. Please use the "suggest title" button for link submissions, or copy the title of the original link. Do NOT editorialize the title of the submission. No memes or direct links to images | This include image macros and similar posts. Instead of direct linking images, create a self post instead with some context. No tech support or PC building questions | These belong in /r/techsupport or /r/buildapc. This includes "which should I get?" posts. Most questions don't belong here | We allow intelligent discussion posts, but this isn't the place to come for help. If your post asks a question about a specific product or need, it probably belongs elsewhere. This includes 'What should I buy?', 'Does a _ do what I need?', 'How much is __ worth?' and 'How long until (something obvious) happens?' type questions. Misc. Rules | No content behind paywalls. No submissions to streaming sites. No submissions to crowdfunding sites or ongoing campaigns. No self-edtiorialized titles, just copy the title of the site. No bots.
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