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Bought one of those 5.25 storage bays and hacked it along with the stock bay insert...and this is the finished result! not as flush as I want but it's because I was too lazy to find super glue or hot glue and the 3m strips made it stick out a little. But really, no one will ever know...great for hiding keys or cards and store usbs with sensitive info. It is a little paranoid but I thought it would be cool! I call dibs on first for the enforcer.
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Bought one of those 5.25 storage bays and hacked it along with the stock bay insert...and this is the finished result! not as flush as I want but it's because I was too lazy to find super glue or hot glue and the 3m strips made it stick out a little. But really, no one will ever know...great for hiding keys or cards and store usbs with sensitive info. It is a little paranoid but I thought it would be cool! I call dibs on first for the enforcer.

Those hidden trays are very handy. I have one too (built into the Stryker), but it's the first time I see one modded into an Enforcer.

I'm still itching to do something with my old Enforcer, but I'm not sure what as I can't afford to buy parts and build another rig. All I have is a bunch of old parts and IDE drives. It's enough to build a working system and I thought about using it to store some of my stuff, but I don't know how long those drives will last.
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post #2093 of 2348
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Those hidden trays are very handy. I have one too (built into the Stryker), but it's the first time I see one modded into an Enforcer.

I'm still itching to do something with my old Enforcer, but I'm not sure what as I can't afford to buy parts and build another rig. All I have is a bunch of old parts and IDE drives. It's enough to build a working system and I thought about using it to store some of my stuff, but I don't know how long those drives will last.

Yeah man VERY handy especially when you have a lurker in the house haha (aka sibilings). The storage thing was cool because the tray easily detached...and the faceplate on the removable tray detached from tiny push pins using a tiny flat head. Then I just hacked a little off on both sides and then hacked the clips off of the bay insert that came with the enforcer and put them together...wa la.
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sorry about the grainy...for some reason my iphone has been taking crappy pictures. I don't know why but whatever. This is the cleaned up version with the sleeved cables! Also used tubing to hide the psu cables and color...they really distracted from the look that mesh black and yellow.
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sorry about the grainy...for some reason my iphone has been taking crappy pictures. I don't know why but whatever. This is the cleaned up version with the sleeved cables! Also used tubing to hide the psu cables and color...they really distracted from the look that mesh black and yellow.

The grain is caused by a high ISO setting, and there's also a lot of camera shake indicating that the camera had to max the ISO and also lower the shutter speed to get enough light.. Try putting a solid white image on your screen and point the screen at the computer for extra light, that should at least help a bit. Cellphone cameras are notourious for noisy pictures in low light.

Good job with the cables though.

EDIT: I checked the EXIF data, that image was taken at ISO 3200 and 1/15s. I don't know about the iPhones, but generally you don't want above ISO 800 on a phone.
Edited by JKuhn - 3/10/14 at 2:08pm
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The grain is caused by a high ISO setting, and there's also a lot of camera shake indicating that the camera had to max the ISO and also lower the shutter speed to get enough light.. Try putting a solid white image on your screen and point the screen at the computer for extra light, that should at least help a bit. Cellphone cameras are notourious for noisy pictures in low light.

Good job with the cables though.

EDIT: I checked the EXIF data, that image was taken at ISO 3200 and 1/15s. I don't know about the iPhones, but generally you don't want above ISO 800 on a phone.

thanks man appreciate it! and yeah there's no settings to change this. It was kinda at low light but not really. Sometimes it takes beautiful pictures. Must need tons of light. No but phones need 100 core processors instead of better image sensors
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sorry about the grainy...for some reason my iphone has been taking crappy pictures. I don't know why but whatever. This is the cleaned up version with the sleeved cables! Also used tubing to hide the psu cables and color...they really distracted from the look that mesh black and yellow.

even though the picture it's grainy as you said, you did a good job, looks very clean and the extensions look great with your mobo color theme, thumb.gif
and for better low light phone photography get a new Nokia biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by Cy5Patrick View Post

even though the picture it's grainy as you said, you did a good job, looks very clean and the extensions look great with your mobo color theme, thumb.gif
and for better low light phone photography get a new Nokia biggrin.gif

Thank's man, just need to get those corsair fan's for aesthetics and a borrow a nokia! lol sorry I wont buy one bc windows phones has the worst app selection and support! I need my jailbreak tether app I still have unlimited.
post #2099 of 2348
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Thank's man, just need to get those corsair fan's for aesthetics and a borrow a DSLR!

Fixed it. biggrin.gif

On a more serious note, smart phones can take pretty decent photos these days. But like any camera you need to know its capabilities and limits.
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post #2100 of 2348
I just use a dslr camera for taking pics. if your a begginner and want to get into photography, dslrs are awesome. I personally have a nikon d5100.

to help you with camera shake, you could sit your phone on something so your not holding and shaking it. it shouldnt look as blurred this way.

Also, brighten the scene with some light as somebody previously posted. and lastly, avoid flash or bright, concentrated light, as this gives the scene an ugly glare to everything.

nice rig, similar gpu 6 pin cables as mine I think.
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