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post #7861 of 9013
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Originally Posted by h2oxide View Post


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Because I can? Natural light makes for good pictures.

I think he means specifically why in the dirt lol. I had to ask the same thing, regardless, great clean setup, and good pictures non the less. 

post #7862 of 9013
It's just a bit of mulch. It didn't get dirty in any way. Looking into it a bit too much wink.gif
post #7863 of 9013
Same thing with photos of guitars. "Here's a 2000$ instrument lying down in some dirt". It's artsy.
post #7864 of 9013
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Originally Posted by Greyson View Post

Same thing with photos of guitars. "Here's a 2000$ instrument lying down in some dirt". It's artsy.

Hah! Doesn't quite work the same with pictures of a PC though. I really only did it for the lighting outside. The one wanky photo is of the plant which I did more in jest then anything as I certainly don't think I'm any sort of professional-grade photographer.

post #7865 of 9013
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That's a nice arrangement. I've been thinking of doing much the same thing with my monitors but my room is too small that it wouldn't end up using too much space. The components look like they could do with being put in a rack under that desk though.

post #7866 of 9013
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Originally Posted by Currawong View Post

 

That's a nice arrangement. I've been thinking of doing much the same thing with my monitors but my room is too small that it wouldn't end up using too much space. The components look like they could do with being put in a rack under that desk though.


Cheers. I've contemplated that however then I'd have far too much room on the desk and the poor components would overheat under the desk australiansummer.jpg.

post #7867 of 9013
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Originally Posted by En_R View Post


Why did you take your computer outside and put it in the dirt to take pictures? confused.gif

 

Outdoor lighting is the best on cloudy days for shots of stuff like computers.  

 

Murdermod TJ07's or any cases that Charles touches deserve good photos ;)

post #7868 of 9013
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Originally Posted by tool462 View Post

 

Outdoor lighting is the best on cloudy days for shots of stuff like computers.  

 

Murdermod TJ07's or any cases that Charles touches deserve good photos ;)


Aaaah finally! Someone who knows. I've got the new murderBox on preorder (case no. 33). Can't wait until its manufactured. Starting a brand new build with all EK plex blocks and Ice dragon's nanofluid (milk-looking coolant with suspended nano-particles). Cannot wait.

post #7869 of 9013
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Originally Posted by h2oxide View Post


Aaaah finally! Someone who knows. I've got the new murderBox on preorder (case no. 33). Can't wait until its manufactured. Starting a brand new build with all EK plex blocks and Ice dragon's nanofluid (milk-looking coolant with suspended nano-particles). Cannot wait.

Oh I understand taking it outside for the natural lighting. Not so much why you put it in the dirt along with the other shrubbery (perhaps for decoration?) wink.gif

Murderbox cases have nothing new to offer next to mountainmods or caselabs. Maybe looks.
post #7870 of 9013
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Originally Posted by En_R View Post


Oh I understand taking it outside for the natural lighting. Not so much why you put it in the dirt along with the other shrubbery (perhaps for decoration?) wink.gif

Murderbox cases have nothing new to offer next to mountainmods or caselabs. Maybe looks.


Like I said its not dirt, its mulch. Didn't dirty the case at all.

 

Exactly that sole reason. MurderBox cases are far more elegant than your typical hideous monstrosity of a boring black cube. Far too overdone and lacks anything new or unique (feature-set and in the looks dept) not to mention creativity. Just my 2c, each to their own.

 

EDIT Also I think its worth noting mountainmods and caselabs are in a different league regardless of all these case being manufactured primarily for watercooling. There's your semi-normal sized cases (Corsair 800D, TJ07, Cosmos, etc) then there's LittleDevil's cases, MountainMods, Caselabs, XSPC etc. Comparing those against one another would be more equal.


Edited by h2oxide - 1/29/13 at 5:07pm
post #7871 of 9013
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Like I said its not dirt, its mulch. Didn't dirty the case at all.

Exactly that sole reason. MurderBox cases are far more elegant than your typical hideous monstrosity of a boring black cube. Far too overdone and lacks anything new or unique (feature-set and in the looks dept) not to mention creativity. Just my 2c, each to their own.

EDIT Also I think its worth noting mountainmods and caselabs are in a different league regardless of all these case being manufactured primarily for watercooling. There's your semi-normal sized cases (Corsair 800D, TJ07, Cosmos, etc) then there's LittleDevil's cases, MountainMods, Caselabs, XSPC etc. Comparing those against one another would be more equal.

Oh yes those cases are quite large. There was a time I was thinking of a build involving a Caselabs magnum tx10 (had my eye on it before it even released) and a phase cooling setup, but then I lost interest in the hobby. Well that and I really didn't have time for gaming anymore =(.
post #7872 of 9013

dat keyboard. Where did you get that from?

post #7873 of 9013
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Originally Posted by dyelmodeintj View Post

dat keyboard. Where did you get that from?

Its custom. I bought a KBC Poker and this guy on a keyboard forum was manufacturing anodized aluminum housing/casing for the keyboard so I bought that and also bought a full new set of white PBT keycaps for it.

post #7874 of 9013

@ h2oxide

 

How do you like your dynaudios? I've got a budget around 1.5k (ok probably 2k...) for either bookshelf or floorstanding speakers. Been looking at the new kef LS50 and various Zu Audio speakers, just wondering your thoughts? 

post #7875 of 9013
Very full sounding speakers with tight, controlled, well extended bass. Sweet midrange and highs. These crave power so feed them well and you'll be rewarded. The new focus series is a real step up from the older focus however If you're budget is 1.5 you'll probably be looking at the next step down which from what I've heard, still isn't a bad choice. Renowned for great value for the price.
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