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  1. sneekypeet

    sneekypeet Unpaid Babysitter Staff Member

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    thats your macro mode?
     
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    heres macro mode...

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    Ahhhh thank you sir, thats way more sexy than the first one!
     
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    i put some masking tape over my flash to tone down the lighting a bit. i think im going to leave it on to keep the glare down.
     
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    Yea, i read it in another thread.

    Why was it un-released? And is there any spec pages on it?
     
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    not alot of info on it. theres a few reviews posted in my M2G thread
     
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    my new evap for waterchiller...

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    I've tried some macro, no flash, all ambient night light.

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    This old dusty NIC has been fit as a horse for around a decade. mmm, crab card.

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    I liked this one. The text in the shadows was able to resolve properly.

    Some GTX200 cooler erotica:

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    The cooler put up a brave fight when I decided to replace it with one that actually works:

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    I put up some rough snaps of my sound card too. To begin with, the lone SDRAM chip on the Xtreme Gamer. The target was to make the faint serial number (below the "KOR") legible, though I guess I'll need flash, and some better work:

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    Many things went wrong with this one. The angle I had to take it from, random shaking, and the chip being nestled in a forest of capacitors:

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    This came out better, though it's still begging for better light:

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    Finally, a little unrelated, but here's some fine text on my GTA4 box. Flash came to its rescue:

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    Some sexyness of my Asus Radeon X300 from around 2004. 128MB, still works great.

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    wow nice x300, my e7200 rig is using an x800 :toast:
     
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    Looks big, doesn't it? It isn't.

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    That's about as big as a 1 Rupee coin (which is as big as a $0.25).

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    Two old boards I'm trying to revive.
     
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    hehe... I dig the "thumbs up" on the rupee :D
     
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    That's part of our 2008 series coins. It's the most practical coin design for India in my opinion. The obverse side has a pictogram of the amount (helps illiterates), and the reverse has an embossing that's unique to the amount (helps blind people).

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    What's funny is both are part of pop-culture as "thumbs up" and "v sign" :D
     
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    nice shot moonpig :toast:
     
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    hehe awesome :)
    I must do an india trip sometime... next time i actually get some time off... goa i think :)
     
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    Core i7 920 D0 + GA-EX58-UD3R.
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    Mmm...X58.
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    lolz whats up with the needles bro?
     
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    I'm waiting for the trained eye to tell me what they are...
     
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    its a ton of Shin Etsu!
     
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    Winner! LOL twicksisted you thought I was a heroin addict for a minute there didn't you? :roll:
     
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    I thought diabetic first, seen the gray and was like WTF, clicked to get a closer look...lol
     
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    Lol.
     
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