Discussion in 'techPowerUp! Club Forum' started by jbunch07, Sep 22, 2008.
shit you are completely right, my mistake. Both are great places for information though.
FPI were to low count. A denser rad FPI works very well. Remember im on a dual 120 low speed fans.
This is about the 80mm thick alphacool rads right? I have not tried a dense radiator but my experience seems contrary to yours.
I have been water cooling for over 6 years and have not heard of Martin until recently...
Trying out my micro photography-
I may consider borrowing a mates macro/micro lense, my current lense doesn't focus very well when you get closer then about 5cm.
Your images are just fat red X's for me
I recommend techpowerup.org
I usually use that, was just trying this host due to the bulk upload feature, and the fact that these photos are 3mb's each. (Pst, hear that w1zzard, add a bulk upload, and raise the size cap for techpowerup.org)
I agree, WE DEMAND BULK UPLOAD!
Also, not enough light, macro lense is important, so is the right aperture
I could not find my torch
most of them are out of focus.
A very specific part of them is in focus as opposed to the whole subject, but as i said, a higher aperture would bring more in focus.
I just couldn't reach that perfect focus, if only I could turn the focus ring another centimetre, the focus would be perfect. I just struggled to get the main subject in focus in the first place, before worrying about my aperture.
you dont have autofocus? lol. j/k
It does have an autofocus, but when I get really close to things, it just goes mental!
what camera are you using....
this is from my phone...
if i am not wrong, manual focus on macro mode is really hard to do without lots of experience.
D5000 with 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G AF-S VR DX NIKKOR
Phones are known for their remarkable macro ability(no jokes).
i have quite a few friends with DSLRs and all of their cams take better macros than mine.. i think you are doing something wrong..
something i'm working on
nice color combo.
btw project log?
how did you make that mobo covering plastic thing.
It's the sabertooth with the plastic shield, just take it out and paint it.
No project log here, sorry.
the paint job looks rough, the edges dont look smooth. looks like it was painted with a sponge?
did you sleeve that yourself? im in the process of sleeving and didnt realise how much effort is needed lol
Friend came over with his headphones the other day, so I got some shots of his cans.
I like the DT990's sound quite a bit which was unexpected.
Great cans, great shot!
Thanks man! I recently got into this hobby, still have much to learn. My wallet needs time to heal too
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