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  1. fullinfusion

    fullinfusion 1.21 Gigawatts

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    FPI were to low count. A denser rad FPI works very well. Remember im on a dual 120 low speed fans. ;)
     
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    This is about the 80mm thick alphacool rads right? I have not tried a dense radiator but my experience seems contrary to yours.
     
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    I have been water cooling for over 6 years and have not heard of Martin until recently...
     
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    Trying out my micro photography-
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    I may consider borrowing a mates macro/micro lense, my current lense doesn't focus very well when you get closer then about 5cm.
     
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    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)
    Images fixed.
     
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    RCoon Gaming Moderator Staff Member

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    I agree, WE DEMAND BULK UPLOAD!
    Also, not enough light, macro lense is important, so is the right aperture :toast:
     
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    I could not find my torch :laugh:
     
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    RCoon Gaming Moderator Staff Member

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    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.
     
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    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.
     
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    you dont have autofocus? lol. j/k
     
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    It does have an autofocus, but when I get really close to things, it just goes mental!
     
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    de.das.dude Pro Indian Modder

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    what camera are you using....

    this is from my phone...
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    if i am not wrong, manual focus on macro mode is really hard to do without lots of experience.
     
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    D5000 with 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G AF-S VR DX NIKKOR
    Phones are known for their remarkable macro ability(no jokes).
     
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    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..
     
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    something i'm working on

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    nice color combo.


    btw project log?
    how did you make that mobo covering plastic thing.
     
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    It's the sabertooth with the plastic shield, just take it out and paint it.
    No project log here, sorry.
     
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    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
     
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    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.

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    Thanks man! I recently got into this hobby, still have much to learn. My wallet needs time to heal too :D
     
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