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Nice app Andrea87!

Case looks very clean although my eye cant help but wonder to the back fan Looks like you had a go at that with a chainsaw! lol
Bit off-topic but what camera did you use? those pics are very sharp and blur free.
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Thanks for the reply

As for the fan on the back side of the case, I've chewed out the mesh with a clipper, when still I had not the angle grinder Btw did it with all the components already in, so as sanding or cutting through steel makes a lot of crap and metal dust, I wasn't into tearing all apart and putting all together again That case is nearly 8 years old, built inside my first 939 build which went winchester then A-x2 then AII-x4 then finally Phenom II now lot of stuff seen in there.

Talking about photography, there is all in my sig. I'm using a Nikon D90, most of those photos were taken with a fixed 50mm F/1.8AF lens. Interesting lens, it's older than me, was made in 1985 Pretty the sharpest lens I ever had. Most of these photos are made with a tripod and an IR remote, as macros and closeups normally require good depth of field, then highly closed diaphrams.

If your question regards the macros I've posted in my last reply, there's a little trick... An year ago, I was at an ham radio / electronics fair... Got there a badly broken old telephoto lens, for something like 10€. Got it apart as had most of the mounting bracket teared apart aswell as moving mechanisms in very bad condition, but incredibly had the front lenses intact. I'm using this couple of lenses with a reverse adapter, as a macro lens. Works like a charm. Even low distortion on the edges.

I do shot allways in raw + jpeg, open the raws in photoshop, do some noise reduction, adjust size, color, tones and whatever, then resize and apply a quick unsharp mask. Photo is then saved and uploaded via ftp to photobucket.

I try to leave in any photo I publish exif data's, for firefox users there's a good plugin called FxIF which allows to see directly the settings used in the camera from the browser.
Edited by Andrea87 - 4/18/11 at 11:25am
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lol there was some guy on here that would tell you that your 620psu would be fine!!!! I still say that 850 is the best choice to overclock your system but if you want bigger that's your choice, IMO 850psu good brand no cheapskate stuff as you will regret it, and as for the software thing you relay should be using something to watch your cards temps and such you mean you are using nothing?
Assuming you are calling me out here. Well I'm still here and a quality 620 watt PSU is still fine. I didn't just pull that out of my arse. I've ran SLI 460's on my SeaSonic M12II 620. Gamed for hours on end at 875MHz on both cards. Benchmarked it to next week and back @ 900MHz and higher. I've also ran F@H on both GPU's and CPU (i5 760 @ 4.0) 24/7 for weeks at a time nonstop. Nor did I just up and decide to try it on a whim. I took into account what a few select people had to say about it that know far more about PSU's then I would consider healthy....

Now if someone wants to run a bigger PSU more power to them. It's not needed for SLI 460's though.
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Interesting lens, it's older than me, was made in 1985.
now I feel very old thanks a lot lol, you make it sound as if it was a life time ago (1985) well I guess it was yours,lmao I have to say that it so weird seeing 1985 as a long time ago
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Hello I posted before that I wanted to overclock my CPU after succesfully clocking my GTX 460 to 880mhz Stable and now I bought a new cooler Ultra ChillTec Silver CPU Cooler now My iddle temps are at 29C so I was hoping if someone could help me on CPU overclocking since I know it's a bit different and has more stuff into it I got a AMD Phenom II x4 3.2ghz Black edition Deneb I have heard its best to unlock a core than overclock the speeds but I'm not sure What should I do or how to do it safely
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Hello I posted before that I wanted to overclock my CPU after succesfully clocking my GTX 460 to 880mhz Stable and now I bought a new cooler Ultra ChillTec Silver CPU Cooler now My iddle temps are at 29C so I was hoping if someone could help me on CPU overclocking since I know it's a bit different and has more stuff into it I got a AMD Phenom II x4 3.2ghz Black edition Deneb I have heard its best to unlock a core than overclock the speeds but I'm not sure What should I do or how to do it safely
I think we told you that there is no unlocking any cores on the pII ***be there was one that unlocked to 6 core but very very rare!!! but as far as over clocking you are in the wrong thread but will help you
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The final release of 270.61 drivers where released yesterday, lets see how they preform
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you guys think i should keep my current gtx 460? i play on a 1600x900 monitor
or should I sli them and straight up overkill some more. And upgrade my monitor to 1920x1080?
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you guys think i should keep my current gtx 460? i play on a 1600x900 monitor
or should I sli them and straight up overkill some more. And upgrade my monitor to 1920x1080?
yes sli your 460's and a 1920x1080 would be alot better I know that 120hz ones are a lot but get it so when you can you can do 3d with shutter glasses
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