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Lpfan4ever

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I use a Nikon D5200 with a couple different lenses, but mainly the Nikon 40mm f/2.8 Macro. I'd think if you don't want to go too nuts into the SLR world, maybe look at a Micro Four Thirds camera?
 

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Hi,

I never posted pictures of my recent build here (sorry my build log is on OCN) so I will at least post some final pictures. Some are overexposed but it's not always easy to photograph it :biggrin:









Have a nice day! :thumb:
 

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Sleeving looks good. Shade 19 + Colour X?

A bit of heatshrink over all of the PCIe cables could clean it up a bit if you have some larger heatshrink.
 

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Sleeving looks good. Shade 19 + Colour X?

A bit of heatshrink over all of the PCIe cables could clean it up a bit if you have some larger heatshrink.
Thanks! That kind of comment coming from you is very appreciated since I decided to try sleeving after seeing the work that you've done!

Yes it's Shade19 and Color-X

Do you have an example of what it would look because I'm trying to figure how it would look to put a heatshrink over the cables?

Thanks again! :thumb:
 

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Thanks! That kind of comment coming from you is very appreciated since I decided to try sleeving after seeing the work that you've done!

Yes it's Shade19 and Color-X

Do you have an example of what it would look because I'm trying to figure how it would look to put a heatshrink over the cables?

Thanks again! :thumb:
WARNING: HORRIBLE PICTURE INCOMING. :whistle:

But something like this. That is SATA sized heatshrink used here. You would need to remove the 6-pin connector to get it over. Or you could use the larger heatshrink (which you can see on my 24-pin in previos photos) go over two 6-pin (or even all four) cables at the same time.

 

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I'll be holding my cables together with something, but definitely not heatshrink like that ^ because that really doesn't look good at all :(
 

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I'll be holding my cables together with something, but definitely not heatshrink like that ^ because that really doesn't look good at all :(
It looks a lot better then zip ties, or sewing thread (now that IMO looks awful), or those 3 and 4 piece wire holders. Heatshrink is as good as it will get. Normally you would hide it behind the motherboard tray but in his case (and mine) that isn't possible.
 

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