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https://www.dropbox.com/sh/fgefughkb1e3cpk/L0D99IK2O2

 

Going to leave this here for those interested. You don't really need to know Japanese for this, some pictures are straight forward enough.

Anisong & Headphones. <--- pamphlet.

 

Lighting conditions and everything were far from perfect so let's just say that the perspective I tried to fix after is not really representative of the real deal. And it's dark, and yellowed, I know.

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Originally Posted by MrViolin View Post

aftermarket. Time to go custom water loop and shell out some $$$


Pffft water cooled?
You should install a Vapor-compression Heat-pump instead! wink.gif

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Look at Mechy with his awesome bootleg posters.

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Originally Posted by deadlylover View Post

 

By 50mm equivalent, I mean a 50mm field of view from a 35mm sensor/film.

 

You have a crop sensored camera, so if you put a true 50mm lens on it, it really becomes something like a 70mm focal length due to the smaller sensor size, which is great for portraits, but a little too long/zoomed in for general use.

 

I'd recommend something like the 35mm f1.8, it shouldn't be toooooo expensive, and it will be a great addition to your kit, because I think you only have zooms at the moment?

 

By 'fast', I mean something with an aperture of 1.4, but even 1.8 is considered fast, compared to what most zooms are capable of, which is important in low light photography for getting usable shutter speeds.

So... Would this do?

http://shop.nikonusa.com/store/nikonusa/pd/productID.213466700

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Look at Mechy with his awesome bootleg posters.

Hehe, I can't complain; they were only $4 each!

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This freaking show.

 

 

OTP and such. Meanwhile, Pink's face:

http://imageshack.us/a/img833/7862/15938299.gif

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Mshenay. 4.05volts really? 

 

bump by +0.10 increments until you reach a stable point under stress tested conditions. Don't just shoot for gold and drop in the highest voltage setting you can go on the mobo, when you eat you take small bites, not chug down your food in one go which is not healthy and a bad habit.

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Originally Posted by b1o2r3i4s5 View Post

Pffft water cooled?
You should install a Vapor-compression Heat-pump instead! wink.gif

Too loud. A peltier would be an alternative, but they suck even more power than compressors. Id just route the water loop through an external water chiller if I wanted it that cool, much simpler.

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Oh and because Atom requested, here are pics of the camera itself...




Be sure to get some prime lens. I don't have my own DSLR, but from "borrowing" my friends' (yes a lot of my friends have DSLR, and some of the are serious enough to own multiple lens), I can say that prime lens are just superior in every way even from just the brief times I've had. It just feels... right.
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Originally Posted by Tangster View Post

Too loud. A peltier would be an alternative, but they suck even more power than compressors.

 

Id just route the water loop through an external water chiller if I wanted it that cool, much simpler.

Hmm.... my current refrigerator's noise level is tolerable, and I you need as much power as a full sized fridge.

 

LOL that works too biggrin.gif

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Originally Posted by mechgamer123 View Post

So... Would this do?

http://shop.nikonusa.com/store/nikonusa/pd/productID.213466700

 

Mhmm, that's perfect.

 

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Originally Posted by jgray91 View Post

Be sure to get some prime lens. I don't have my own DSLR, but from "borrowing" my friends' (yes a lot of my friends have DSLR, and some of the are serious enough to own multiple lens), I can say that prime lens are just superior in every way even from just the brief times I've had. It just feels... right.

 

I agree, optically, there's no comparison.

 

You actually have to think a little more when taking photos, and you gotta get right into the action and be part of the shot.

 

I also feel like less of a perv when taking photos with a standardish prime, as I'm not 'sniping targets down' with a zoom.

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I agree, optically, there's no comparison.

You actually have to think a little more when taking photos, and you gotta get right into the action and be part of the shot.

I also feel like less of a perv when taking photos with a standardish prime, as I'm not 'sniping targets down' with a zoom.

Sniping has a place IMO, like sports shots in stadium or bird-watching. Not loli hunting... wait...

I wonder if I should invest in any exchangeable lens camera. But my cameraphone works quite well already. (the answer is probably no if I have doubts, most of the time).
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Got my new camera in the mail today! It's a Nikon D3200. Here are some pictures I took in the idiot mode (AKA auto tongue.gif
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Now time to figure out how to really use the fakkuing thing >.>
Nice. The pictures look warm though
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Originally Posted by b1o2r3i4s5 View Post

NO.jpg
Saki. Period.

Someone who understands! biggrin.gif

moe~

Why inkscape?
Code:
<svg> <text> I prefer programming my diagrams instead of using WYSIWYG editors.</text><text>maybe it's because I can't draw for crap, typing in coordinates is much easier for me.</text><text>when it comes to nice diagrams it's always Tikz or SVG programming for me... </text> </svg>

and this is true, that's why I recommended hand-drawn instead.


I don't get it but his expression looks funny biggrin.gif

My GAWD! you're still playing???

I'm officially watching DATE A LIVE 2x a week.
once SD and once HD. lol

 
I think my list is longer......





the DxD hype consisted of one silly panda, no need to be bothered by it.
My list of finished is way longer... I think?
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5k post. I GOT IT. FINALLY. 17 away from 5k posts, too biggrin.gif
Congrats
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Originally Posted by DefQon View Post

Mshenay. 4.05volts really? 

 

bump by +0.10 increments until you reach a stable point under stress tested conditions. Don't just shoot for gold and drop in the highest voltage setting you can go on the mobo, when you eat you take small bites, not chug down your food in one go which is not healthy and a bad habit.


dont cpus normally run at 0.xxx to 1.xxxV?

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Originally Posted by b1o2r3i4s5 View Post

Why inkscape?
Code:
<svg> <text> I prefer programming my diagrams instead of using WYSIWYG editors.</text>
<text>maybe it's because I can't draw for crap, typing in coordinates is much easier for me.</text>
<text>when it comes to nice diagrams it's always Tikz or SVG programming for me... </text> </svg>

and this is true, that's why I recommended hand-drawn instead.

Inkscape because I can learn what I need in 5 minutes and just repeating it et al. Mind you this is for the short term; long term would probably mean learning LaTeX.
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@overclocking

 

This is what intel says:

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Altering clock frequency and/or voltage may: (i) reduce system stability and useful life of the system, processor, and other system components; (ii) cause the processor and other system components to fail; (iii) cause reductions in system performance; (iv) cause additional heat or other damage; and (v) affect system data integrity. Intel has not tested, and does not warranty, the operation of the processor beyond its specifications. Intel has not tested, and does not warranty, the operation of other system components beyond their industry standard specifications. Intel assumes no responsibility that the processor and other system components, including if used with altered clock frequencies and/or voltages, will be fit for any particular purpose.

 

So... why do it?

If I were to dish out a few hundred bucks on a processor, the last thing I'd want is to mess it up.

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