it's not like there exists an Unethical Overclockers army (not yet anyway ).
Loud said:I enlisted, but I'm not on the list.
As for an intro, we probably just need to go back to the rant that started all this and snip out a few excerpts.
"We are forming an alliance to promote the "legitimate" (sp?) RMA'ing of components- if a product is faulty or not to the specification that the makers claim- then its fair enough, and it is within our legal and ethical rights to ask for a product that
A) Works, and
B) Works like it is supposed to.
HOWEVER the RMA'ing of products because "it didn't overclock as much as my friend's did, but it works like the box says it should" is wrong and should be admonished where appropriate.