Agreed, I'm not color blind, but without tests, I have no clue, I wear argyll socks with argyll shirt with argyll pants on a clear-headed day !
Ok, so I got that new plastic f1.8 lens in - I see now what it's about - same distance with the normal lens, produces a much closer shot. I've got a long ways to go with this, man does it show the dust particles.
Father Fuzzy level of shot-taking just got WAY fuzzier
I got the 360 rad with push fans into the case, can't believe how long a simple thing like that takes - plus the goofing around with the camera. But now I have the beginning rad-print of case space left, and where to go from there. or here.
I gave up trying to capture the whole case with the new lens and went with the normal lens - if you wanna see what I shot with this new "macro" lens, here's a LINK
So there is roughly 155mm of space between the rad and the mobo tray. Add a pull set of fans, that leaves 130mm. Add in those 31mm shrouds, now the remaining space is down to 99mm - and I'm expecting to put at least a 60mm res in that 99mm space.
Now from the top, there is roughly 230mm of space to the 360 rad top. Original idea was to put 2 monstas INSIDE the case, in push/pull fan sets. So that top rad setup would take 135mm, leaving around 90-95mm of space. Can't do shrouds, coz the mobo is only 152mm away from the top. But with that extended top, shrouds can be used.
Not until I put the shrouds on the 360 and then do the all important lite-up of the leds, can I know which way to go. But I think to include the shrouds, its best done with the extended top, and in this case, the shrouds would be inside the case - working their magic on the pull fans, when their magic is supposed to be on the intake to the rad, on the push side. But I want the front side of the Cougar orange fans to face thru the top and front panel, not their rear stickered sides.
That monsta kinda looks ...erm ... small, in this case, doesn't it ?