Discussion in 'TechPowerUp Club Forum' started by jbunch07, Sep 22, 2008.
Just wait until I get my Nikon D60 and I start taking some pictures of hardware. Too bad I won't have much hardware to take pictures of!
GTX 260 in soon, along with a CM Cosmos, be prepared for some pictures from me
I have some nice pics, but I'm lazy, so I'll just leave you wondering for now
I will resurect this thread with a taste of this:
Wow I forgot all about this thread! nice move Pete!
Eat a dusty toroidal core inductor and and the dirty underbelly of a Presshott in full 10.2 MP glory!
It doesn't get much more skanky than this ladies and gentlemen! Cover your children's eyes!
Come on Thermo I could almost eat off of that compared to the OCZ PSU I recently posted.
OH wow! that's awesome...I need 5 minutes alone...kthnxbye!
I guess I'll have to get a cat and take up smoking .
It was a dog, and just bring in a smoker, you dont have to do the dirty work.
How about not so sexy?
Geek PrOn FTW lol
aaaah! thor's hammer! FTW!
anyone got a microscope, i remember hearing that motherboard designers would sometimes put a specific picture or something in the circuitry of the motherboard but it wouldnt be visuable by the naked eye
Its in my case but its a pix of a few things.
I thought these were sexy hardware when I got them,
but this is MUCH sexier...
gotta love the fuzion 2
and finally, Raptors, they are ALWAYS sexy
If my guess is right, we may see more of that cooler's design with the RV790Pro.
I wanted to see new cooler design.
off topic but your avatar is teh sex!
All these pics are great. I dont know how I ever missed this thread.
Would it be possible if you guys listed the camera you used. Some of the clarity in the pictures is really good. I only ask because I want to start taking pictures again.
have a lot of good pics in there.
Canon EOS 40D
I used a Sony Alpha A100, but If you're looking for a DSLR I recommend an equivalent Nikon or Cannon over Sony.
Mine aren't at the best quality though, since I had to compress them to get TPU to host a 10 MP image.
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