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Someday I'll pony up and buy a camera that actually has such settings, my bargain bin Sony isn't the one though. I haven't had the desire to spend any money on it after I lost $2000 worth of D3000 and lenses to salt water a couple years ago.

Haha you don't need a fancy camera to take good pictures. Follow the guide that jokrik linked you.

*edit* just read you don't have settings o.O. Also helps if you can do a self-timer shot. I use a shirt or some piece of cloth to balance the camera on something as well thumb.gif

Here are some I took with my 7 year old 5 megapixel Canon tongue.gif
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Edited by MURDoctrine - 3/16/13 at 11:20pm
post #39712 of 107737
Is there much a performance or sound difference running fans in Push? or Pull?

Is the static pressure rating of a fan for the air off side or air on side? Another words, is the ability the fan has to push air past resistance, or is it the ability to draw through that resistance.
post #39713 of 107737
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Is there much a performance or sound difference running fans in Push? or Pull?

Is the static pressure rating of a fan for the air off side or air on side? Another words, is the ability the fan has to push air past resistance, or is it the ability to draw through that resistance.

Static pressure is measured by 'blocking' the air going out of the fan. The pressure that's building up behind the fan (so air-out) is the static pressure mentioned in all the specs.

Whether or not a fan performs better in push or pull really depends on the type of fan you have. As a general guideline you can assume all fans work well in push, but not all fans like working in pull (like the noiseblocker eLoop fans, these will sound like a massive turbine in pull) So sound-wise there could be a difference between push and pull, performance wise not so much.
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According to martin low rpm fans work best in pull while high rpm fans in push. Medium speed fans dont care if they push or pull. Still best is push and pull.
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^^ NICE Build. I like the color of the fluid.
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To all the old school water coolers out there, or any who have used T line fill ports before, how hard is it to fill a loop and get the air out using a T line res.?

Also is there and rules to how and where they should be fitted? Are they just a reversal of a drain line? ie. highest point of system.
Someone said "Its slower filling by t-line and its a pain to bleed with" .. Let me tell you, a full B$. anyway, its awesome option! I had a t-line res, and filled/bleed quickly for less 2-4hours without issues. it depends on pump's speed, Radiator size and tube's ID size. biggrin.gif

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To all the old school water coolers out there, or any who have used T line fill ports before, how hard is it to fill a loop and get the air out using a T line res.?

Also is there and rules to how and where they should be fitted? Are they just a reversal of a drain line? ie. highest point of system.
Someone said "Its slower filling by t-line and its a pain to bleed with" .. Let me tell you, a full B$. anyway, its awesome option! I had a t-line res, and filled/bleed quickly for less 2-4hours without issues. it depends on pump's speed, Radiator size and tube's ID size. biggrin.gif

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Sexy rig! wink.gif
How is drip feeding a low cc tube going to be faster than a res? Or bleeding when the tube is not part of the flow path?
I too have run a t line and found it to be a pain to fill and bleed.
What might have worked for you may not apply to all,so its not as you put it 'BS'
Bear in mind most res setups bleed within 15 mins...
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Haha you don't need a fancy camera to take good pictures. Follow the guide that jokrik linked you.

*edit* just read you don't have settings o.O. Also helps if you can do a self-timer shot. I use a shirt or some piece of cloth to balance the camera on something as well thumb.gif

Here are some I took with my 7 year old 5 megapixel Canon tongue.gif
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Very nice! Its not the fanciness of it, its literally broken. I dropped it and some parts came out of the telescoping lens area, now it had a very very hard time focusing on anything. Sometimes I have to grab the lens and jiggle it with my fingers to get it to go.
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If I may, I think I'd look even cleaner with an acrylic/metal plate covering the side of the bays!
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