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[Build Log] Cascading Moonlight - BC1 Benchtable + MO-RA3

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Posted · Original PosterOP

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Well, this was a fun one! So many of my builds are purpose driven. I just wanted something that was overkill fun. I do have a backup M.2 set aside for this PC with all my main PC apps as a backup, just in case, but this IS the fun machine. My last run-in with Intel HEDT was X79. Aside from tweaking after building it, I used it strictly as a workhorse. You'll notice some changing hardware in the pics. While I was waiting for water cooling parts, I was using an EVGA X299 Micro 2 and varying GPUs from an RX580 to a 2070 Super. The CLC was the EVGA CLC 360. Good cooler and cheaper than most others, but the fans are horrendously loud.

 

Things I liked about the build:

 

More firsts – I tried to incorporate more firsts into this build. It is my first parallel loop, my first time using quick disconnects, and my first time de-lidding a CPU myself. My 8700K was, but I only popped it open. My friend applied the liquid metal. This time I did everything. I did it a few times since I replaced the IHS with a custom BartX flat IHS. I did not want to ruin the original one by lapping.

 

The MO-RA3 – This thing caught my attention long before I got into water cooling. I saw it one a loooong time ago, but again most recently in a Gamers Nexus video/live stream. I knew if I ever got into water cooling, I was going to use one. I waited months before starting this project to get one in stainless, they were out of stock for quite some time. As crazy a sight as it is, it’s still less fans than the 17 in Chisai. The Redux fans were an aesthetic choice. The MO-RA3 fins are less dense than a traditional radiator. This allows you to have plenty of airflow even at lower RPMs.

 

Darkness – What do you see just about everyone using to overclock X299 CPUs? The EVGA X299 Dark. The thing is utterly purpose build, has almost everything you need and nothing you don’t (I’m looking at you RGB!). I’m not often influenced by Youtubers, but I really wanted to check it out after seeing it so often.

 

A Just Because Build – Besides serving as a backup in case Chīsai, my 3970X system, goes down (or needs loop maintenance longer than anticipated), this was just something I wanted to build to explore overclocking and overkill water cooling. There was no more rhyme or reason. This was totally a system of wants. I wanted an 18 core Intel CPU, I wanted to de-lid, I wanted to use a nickel Heatkiller IV block, I wanted to use a MO-RA3 420 Pro, I wanted the Streacom BC1 and I wanted to have some fun. Ryzen and Threadripper are wonderful. They shred through any task I give them, but we can’t pretend there’s any fun to be had in the OC dept. It is too good at already being good. This was probably the first-worldiest paragraph I’ve ever written; I realize that.

 

Challenges:

 

Watercool Modularity – As much as I love how modular Watercool stuff is, this makes it challenging to make sure you have (and can get) everything you need in one shot. Everything for the MO-RA3 is options. The grill, the reservoir mount, the feet… it is all accessories. The same goes for the tube reservoir. This makes everything highly customizable, but it also meant that it is easy to forget a piece of the puzzle or having to order for multiple different places. I had a hard time tracking down the mounting kit for the reservoir and the feet for the MO-RA3. Things I personally think should have been included but do understand that not everyone will use them. Would have been nice to get everything in one shot and not over the course of a month due to availability. Minor gripes individually, but together it made for one large headache.

 

Left in the Dark – The X299 Dark, despite being an overclocking focused board is missing one feature that drove me insane. The ability to revert to the last safe state, or just booting into the BIOS with safe settings. You only need to slip up a tiny bit with memory overclocking to get into a non-POSTing state. The ability to make profile is great, but a safe boot to BIOS would have been a welcome addition. (Oh, and the BIOS battery arrived dead and the chipset fan unplugged).

 

The Vaporware 10980XE – Originally, I wanted to build this using the Cascade Lake X 10980XE, buuuuuuut Intel only pretended to launch it. This is where the name Cascading Moonlight comes from. It was good this never came to pass though. That would have meant no de-lidding. So once the MO-RA3 was finally a thing, I found a 7980XE for “cheap” and went with that instead.

 

Overclocking & Temps – Didn’t win the lottery here. I ended up a 4.7GHz @ 1.22V on the 7980XE. Max temps during Cinbench runs is around 85C on the hottest core. According to my UPS, total system draw was 657 watts. CB20: 1120

As for GPU, I can push it to 2160MHz with the regular BIOS. Anything but Furmark has yet to get GPU only tasks past 40C. Furmark managed 43 max after an hour, but never stayed there longer than a few seconds before dropping back down to 40.  Have not tried modified ones yet. I did flash the Matrix BIOS, but it was not stable at all.

 

Gaming – (I really only play modded GTA V) CPU: 58C max on the hottest core. GPU: 2160MHz, 8100MHz memory, 40C max temp.

 

Planned changes and considerations:

 

QDs for the GPU – There were not enough QDs in stock for what I wanted to accomplish. When I get more down the line, I will swap out the torque fittings for the QD3s. I can still easily remove the GPU from the system, so it is not super impactful right now.

 

Conclusion:

 

This being my third loop in under 6 months really underscores how addictive the hobby is. My fear of leaks has all but disappeared with experience. The quality of parts now vs. years ago is at a level where the main source of leaks is on the builder. There are exceptions for sure. I had a shredded O-ring in a rotary fitting when I was building Chīsai, but leak testing right from the start brought this to light before it was ever a problem.

Above all else, the water cooling community is very quick to share help and experience. I owe a lot of the success of my last two loops to the r/watercooling discord server and some other experienced friends.

 

P.S. – The GamersNexus Modmat is awesome… get one. The one I have is the medium version.

 

PC Parts:

 

Intel Core i9-7980XE 2.6 GHz 18-Core Processor
Thermal Grizzly Conductonaut 1 g Thermal Paste

Noctua NT-H2 3.5 g Thermal Paste
EVGA X299 DARK EATX LGA2066 Motherboard
G.Skill Ripjaws V 32 GB (2 x 16 GB) DDR4-3600 Memory
2x Western Digital SN750 500 GB M.2-2280 NVME Solid State Drive Storag
Asus GeForce RTX 2080 Ti 11 GB ROG Strix
Streacom BC1 ATX Test Bench Case
Corsair AX1600i 80+ Titanium ATX Power Supply
Asus XG-C100C PCIe x4 10GBe
9x Noctua NF-P14s redux-1200 PWM
Asus PG279Q ROG Swift 27.0" 2560x1440 165 Hz Monitor
Logitech MX MASTER 2S (Black) Wireless Laser Mouse

 

Watercooling Parts:

 

EK-Tube ZMT Matte Black 15,9/9,5mm 3m

EK Ball Valve (10mm) G14 - Black
Watercool HEATKILLER® Tube 200 D5
CableMod PRO ModMesh Cable Kit - Black
Watercool HEATKILLER® Tube - Stuts 200mm - Raw Aluminum
EKWB EK-D5 PWM G2 Pump
4x EKWB EK-Torque STC-10/16 Compression Fitting, 10/16mm (3/8" ID, 5/8" OD), Nickel
EK-AF Extender 20mm M-F G1/4 - Black
HEATKILLER IV GPU Water Block for ASUS RTX 2080 Ti Strix, Nickel
4x Koolance QD3-FSG4 QD3 Female Quick Disconnect No-Spill Coupling, Male Threaded G 1/4 BSPP
6x Koolance QD3 Male Quick Disconnect No-Spill Coupling, Panel Barb for ID 10mm (3/8in)
2x Koolance QD3 Female Quick Disconnect No-Spill Coupling, Panel Barb for ID 10mm (3/8in)
EK-Quantum Magnitude - 20xx Full Nickel
EK-Quantum Magnitude Coldplate - Flat Nickel
MO-RA3 420 PRO Stainless Steel

 

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News:

 

33 million americans filed for unemployment

 

Stock market went down 30%

 

Trillions of dollars of money printed by the fed

 

Meanwhile, nothing has changed in @Den-fi land

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1 hour ago, CircleTech said:

News:

 

33 million americans filed for unemployment

 

Stock market went down 30%

 

Trillions of dollars of money printed by the fed

 

Meanwhile, nothing has changed in @Den-fi land

In other news: millions of people such as myself are getting paid more than ever.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
On 5/12/2020 at 10:59 AM, Purple_Llama5 said:

Wow...

 

On 5/12/2020 at 11:35 AM, Tech_Dreamer said:

Looks Beautiful. Good job.

 

21 hours ago, Gegger said:

It's so good that my kroambuk crashed from opening this page

 

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Thanks guys!

2 hours ago, CircleTech said:

Meanwhile, nothing has changed in @Den-fi land

It's almost like I've planned ahead to ensure stability even in the event of terrible global circumstances. But who are we kidding. I'd never do something so silly.

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If you keep taking photos like this, I'm gonna have to file a cease and desist order against you.

It's hard not to want to spend every penny I have on this hardware now 😰


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7 minutes ago, givingtnt said:

If you keep taking photos like this, I'm gonna have to file a cease and desist order against you.

It's hard not to want to spend every penny I have on this hardware now 😰

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7 minutes ago, Den-Fi said:

AAAHAHHHHHHHHH.PNG

 

Do it. 433398161684299777.png?v=1

NO

Wait.. it's sub 200$ now >.>

 

Ugh, thought there's still that min 30$ shipping to Canada lol


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On 5/12/2020 at 9:57 AM, Den-Fi said:

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Is such content even allowed on the forum 😮


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GPU: RX 480

RAM: 32GB DDR4 3200Mhz CL16

Storage: 256GB SSD (2.5in SATA), 1TB SSD (m.2 SATA), 1TB HDD (3.5in 7200RPM)

Motherboard: Asus B450-F

Case: Corsair 570x

PSU: SeaSonic G-550 (Efficiency ftw I guess)

Notes: Powered by Tumbleweed and a Intel AX200 wNIC

 

Laptop:

CPU: i7-8750HQ

GPU: GTX 1050 Ti 4GB

RAM: 32GB DDR4 2666Mhz CL15 (Dual Channel/SoDIMMs)

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Hey Den-Fi! Is it ok if I use on of ur images as a wallpaper? They look so good! Lol


Sorry if my questions are a little stupid... I am living in the BGPC era (Before the Gaming PC)

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Posted · Original PosterOP
2 hours ago, Purple_Llama5 said:

Hey Den-Fi! Is it ok if I use on of ur images as a wallpaper? They look so good! Lol

:) Sure thing!

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On 5/12/2020 at 9:57 AM, Den-Fi said:

 

 

Well, this was a fun one! So many of my builds are purpose driven. I just wanted something that was overkill fun. I do have a backup M.2 set aside for this PC with all my main PC apps as a backup, just in case, but this IS the fun machine. My last run-in with Intel HEDT was X79. Aside from tweaking after building it, I used it strictly as a workhorse. You'll notice some changing hardware in the pics. While I was waiting for water cooling parts, I was using an EVGA X299 Micro 2 and varying GPUs from an RX580 to a 2070 Super. The CLC was the EVGA CLC 360. Good cooler and cheaper than most others, but the fans are horrendously loud.

 

Things I liked about the build:

 

More firsts – I tried to incorporate more firsts into this build. It is my first parallel loop, my first time using quick disconnects, and my first time de-lidding a CPU myself. My 8700K was, but I only popped it open. My friend applied the liquid metal. This time I did everything. I did it a few times since I replaced the IHS with a custom BartX flat IHS. I did not want to ruin the original one by lapping.

 

The MO-RA3 – This thing caught my attention long before I got into water cooling. I saw it one a loooong time ago, but again most recently in a Gamers Nexus video/live stream. I knew if I ever got into water cooling, I was going to use one. I waited months before starting this project to get one in stainless, they were out of stock for quite some time. As crazy a sight as it is, it’s still less fans than the 17 in Chisai. The Redux fans were an aesthetic choice. The MO-RA3 fins are less dense than a traditional radiator. This allows you to have plenty of airflow even at lower RPMs.

 

Darkness – What do you see just about everyone using to overclock X299 CPUs? The EVGA X299 Dark. The thing is utterly purpose build, has almost everything you need and nothing you don’t (I’m looking at you RGB!). I’m not often influenced by Youtubers, but I really wanted to check it out after seeing it so often.

 

A Just Because Build – Besides serving as a backup in case Chīsai, my 3970X system, goes down (or needs loop maintenance longer than anticipated), this was just something I wanted to build to explore overclocking and overkill water cooling. There was no more rhyme or reason. This was totally a system of wants. I wanted an 18 core Intel CPU, I wanted to de-lid, I wanted to use a nickel Heatkiller IV block, I wanted to use a MO-RA3 420 Pro, I wanted the Streacom BC1 and I wanted to have some fun. Ryzen and Threadripper are wonderful. They shred through any task I give them, but we can’t pretend there’s any fun to be had in the OC dept. It is too good at already being good. This was probably the first-worldiest paragraph I’ve ever written; I realize that.

 

Challenges:

 

Watercool Modularity – As much as I love how modular Watercool stuff is, this makes it challenging to make sure you have (and can get) everything you need in one shot. Everything for the MO-RA3 is options. The grill, the reservoir mount, the feet… it is all accessories. The same goes for the tube reservoir. This makes everything highly customizable, but it also meant that it is easy to forget a piece of the puzzle or having to order for multiple different places. I had a hard time tracking down the mounting kit for the reservoir and the feet for the MO-RA3. Things I personally think should have been included but do understand that not everyone will use them. Would have been nice to get everything in one shot and not over the course of a month due to availability. Minor gripes individually, but together it made for one large headache.

 

Left in the Dark – The X299 Dark, despite being an overclocking focused board is missing one feature that drove me insane. The ability to revert to the last safe state, or just booting into the BIOS with safe settings. You only need to slip up a tiny bit with memory overclocking to get into a non-POSTing state. The ability to make profile is great, but a safe boot to BIOS would have been a welcome addition. (Oh, and the BIOS battery arrived dead and the chipset fan unplugged).

 

The Vaporware 10980XE – Originally, I wanted to build this using the Cascade Lake X 10980XE, buuuuuuut Intel only pretended to launch it. This is where the name Cascading Moonlight comes from. It was good this never came to pass though. That would have meant no de-lidding. So once the MO-RA3 was finally a thing, I found a 7980XE for “cheap” and went with that instead.

 

Overclocking & Temps – Didn’t win the lottery here. I ended up a 4.7GHz @ 1.22V on the 7980XE. Max temps during Cinbench runs is around 85C on the hottest core. According to my UPS, total system draw was 657 watts. CB20: 1120

As for GPU, I can push it to 2160MHz with the regular BIOS. Anything but Furmark has yet to get GPU only tasks past 40C. Furmark managed 43 max after an hour, but never stayed there longer than a few seconds before dropping back down to 40.  Have not tried modified ones yet. I did flash the Matrix BIOS, but it was not stable at all.

 

Gaming – (I really only play modded GTA V) CPU: 58C max on the hottest core. GPU: 2160MHz, 8100MHz memory, 40C max temp.

 

Planned changes and considerations:

 

QDs for the GPU – There were not enough QDs in stock for what I wanted to accomplish. When I get more down the line, I will swap out the torque fittings for the QD3s. I can still easily remove the GPU from the system, so it is not super impactful right now.

 

Conclusion:

 

This being my third loop in under 6 months really underscores how addictive the hobby is. My fear of leaks has all but disappeared with experience. The quality of parts now vs. years ago is at a level where the main source of leaks is on the builder. There are exceptions for sure. I had a shredded O-ring in a rotary fitting when I was building Chīsai, but leak testing right from the start brought this to light before it was ever a problem.

Above all else, the water cooling community is very quick to share help and experience. I owe a lot of the success of my last two loops to the r/watercooling discord server and some other experienced friends.

 

P.S. – The GamersNexus Modmat is awesome… get one. The one I have is the medium version.

 

PC Parts:

 

Intel Core i9-7980XE 2.6 GHz 18-Core Processor
Thermal Grizzly Conductonaut 1 g Thermal Paste

Noctua NT-H2 3.5 g Thermal Paste
EVGA X299 DARK EATX LGA2066 Motherboard
G.Skill Ripjaws V 32 GB (2 x 16 GB) DDR4-3600 Memory
2x Western Digital SN750 500 GB M.2-2280 NVME Solid State Drive Storag
Asus GeForce RTX 2080 Ti 11 GB ROG Strix
Streacom BC1 ATX Test Bench Case
Corsair AX1600i 80+ Titanium ATX Power Supply
Asus XG-C100C PCIe x4 10GBe
9x Noctua NF-P14s redux-1200 PWM
Asus PG279Q ROG Swift 27.0" 2560x1440 165 Hz Monitor
Logitech MX MASTER 2S (Black) Wireless Laser Mouse

 

Watercooling Parts:

 

EK-Tube ZMT Matte Black 15,9/9,5mm 3m

EK Ball Valve (10mm) G14 - Black
Watercool HEATKILLER® Tube 200 D5
CableMod PRO ModMesh Cable Kit - Black
Watercool HEATKILLER® Tube - Stuts 200mm - Raw Aluminum
EKWB EK-D5 PWM G2 Pump
4x EKWB EK-Torque STC-10/16 Compression Fitting, 10/16mm (3/8" ID, 5/8" OD), Nickel
EK-AF Extender 20mm M-F G1/4 - Black
HEATKILLER IV GPU Water Block for ASUS RTX 2080 Ti Strix, Nickel
4x Koolance QD3-FSG4 QD3 Female Quick Disconnect No-Spill Coupling, Male Threaded G 1/4 BSPP
6x Koolance QD3 Male Quick Disconnect No-Spill Coupling, Panel Barb for ID 10mm (3/8in)
2x Koolance QD3 Female Quick Disconnect No-Spill Coupling, Panel Barb for ID 10mm (3/8in)
EK-Quantum Magnitude - 20xx Full Nickel
EK-Quantum Magnitude Coldplate - Flat Nickel
MO-RA3 420 PRO Stainless Steel

 

love this, only if a open bench table was cheap I would get one. also what was your camera those pics are awesome


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1 minute ago, sub68 said:

love this, only if a open bench table was cheap I would get one. also what was your camera those pics are awesome

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Thanks! I use a few, but my main shooter these days is the EOS R.

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Just now, Den-Fi said:

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Thanks! I use a few, but my main shooter these days is the EOS R.

nice

no wonder everything looked good a 1.2 50mm would do it


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main HP compaq 8300 prebuilt - Intel i5-3470 - 14GB ram - 500GB HDD - bluray drive

old windows 7 gaming desktop - Intel i5 2400 - lenovo CIH61M V:1.0 - 4GB ram - 1TB HDD - 160GB HDD - MSI GT 710 - dual DVD roms 

main laptop acer e5 15 - Intel i3 7th gen - 16GB ram - 1TB HDD - dvd drive                                                                     

school laptop lenovo 300e chromebook 2nd gen - Intel celeron - 4GB ram - 32GB SSD                                                     

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Posted · Original PosterOP
Just now, sub68 said:

nice

no wonder everything looked good a 1.2 50mm would do it

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I do sneak in some T2i w/ kit lens shots from time to time just so I can tell people you don't need to go out and spend $4000 on gear, lol. The shot of the EOS R was taken with this exact setup.

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6 minutes ago, Den-Fi said:

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Thanks! I use a few, but my main shooter these days is the EOS R.

 

2 minutes ago, Den-Fi said:

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I do sneak in some T2i w/ kit lens shots from time to time just so I can tell people you don't need to go out and spend $4000 on gear, lol. The shot of the EOS R was taken with this exact setup.

I am using a EOS XTi7A9C82C6-BC86-4BB3-971B-E4DA975F315D.thumb.jpeg.f4ec98ca42ef599d30bca6509fc904c2.jpeg


Cameras main canon xti Secondary Panasonic GX85 spare Samsung ST68 and nikion s4000

main HP compaq 8300 prebuilt - Intel i5-3470 - 14GB ram - 500GB HDD - bluray drive

old windows 7 gaming desktop - Intel i5 2400 - lenovo CIH61M V:1.0 - 4GB ram - 1TB HDD - 160GB HDD - MSI GT 710 - dual DVD roms 

main laptop acer e5 15 - Intel i3 7th gen - 16GB ram - 1TB HDD - dvd drive                                                                     

school laptop lenovo 300e chromebook 2nd gen - Intel celeron - 4GB ram - 32GB SSD                                                     

storage server - AMD X2 250 - ASUS m4a785-m - 4GB ram - 500GB HDD - 320GB HDD - 80GB HDD                                  

myanimelist

#Muricaparrotgang 

#animepfpgang                                                                                   

"There’s a fine line between perseverance and failure to accept reality'- Tim leatherman

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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 minute ago, sub68 said:

 

I am using a EOS XTi

LIES! The strap says 7D Mark III!!!! /s

 

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Started out with the good ole XTi myself. Fond memories.

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14 minutes ago, Den-Fi said:

LIES! The strap says 7D Mark III!!!! /s

 

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Started out with the good ole XTi myself. Fond memories.

I wanted to get a new strap so I went on Ebay and found that a 7d mark ii was 9 dollars plus s&h (brand new)

also the one of the main charater's from a anime I watch used a 7dmarkII

https://petapixel.com/2017/09/30/canon-advised-new-japanese-anime-camera-accuracy/


Cameras main canon xti Secondary Panasonic GX85 spare Samsung ST68 and nikion s4000

main HP compaq 8300 prebuilt - Intel i5-3470 - 14GB ram - 500GB HDD - bluray drive

old windows 7 gaming desktop - Intel i5 2400 - lenovo CIH61M V:1.0 - 4GB ram - 1TB HDD - 160GB HDD - MSI GT 710 - dual DVD roms 

main laptop acer e5 15 - Intel i3 7th gen - 16GB ram - 1TB HDD - dvd drive                                                                     

school laptop lenovo 300e chromebook 2nd gen - Intel celeron - 4GB ram - 32GB SSD                                                     

storage server - AMD X2 250 - ASUS m4a785-m - 4GB ram - 500GB HDD - 320GB HDD - 80GB HDD                                  

myanimelist

#Muricaparrotgang 

#animepfpgang                                                                                   

"There’s a fine line between perseverance and failure to accept reality'- Tim leatherman

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38 minutes ago, Den-Fi said:

0G1A0043-Edit.thumb.jpg.5dcde439497f9a2175bcf48405871fa0.jpg

 

I do sneak in some T2i w/ kit lens shots from time to time just so I can tell people you don't need to go out and spend $4000 on gear, lol. The shot of the EOS R was taken with this exact setup.

 

42 minutes ago, Den-Fi said:

IMG_0048-Edit.thumb.jpg.4304a292a0324dff695c93525dc9c095.jpg

 

Thanks! I use a few, but my main shooter these days is the EOS R.

hey can I use these as wallpapers


Cameras main canon xti Secondary Panasonic GX85 spare Samsung ST68 and nikion s4000

main HP compaq 8300 prebuilt - Intel i5-3470 - 14GB ram - 500GB HDD - bluray drive

old windows 7 gaming desktop - Intel i5 2400 - lenovo CIH61M V:1.0 - 4GB ram - 1TB HDD - 160GB HDD - MSI GT 710 - dual DVD roms 

main laptop acer e5 15 - Intel i3 7th gen - 16GB ram - 1TB HDD - dvd drive                                                                     

school laptop lenovo 300e chromebook 2nd gen - Intel celeron - 4GB ram - 32GB SSD                                                     

storage server - AMD X2 250 - ASUS m4a785-m - 4GB ram - 500GB HDD - 320GB HDD - 80GB HDD                                  

myanimelist

#Muricaparrotgang 

#animepfpgang                                                                                   

"There’s a fine line between perseverance and failure to accept reality'- Tim leatherman

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Posted · Original PosterOP
20 minutes ago, sub68 said:

I wanted to get a new strap so I went on Ebay and found that a 7d mark ii was 9 dollars plus s&h (brand new)

also the one of the main charater's from a anime I watch used a 7dmarkII

https://petapixel.com/2017/09/30/canon-advised-new-japanese-anime-camera-accuracy/

Ah, nice!

 

1 minute ago, sub68 said:

 

hey can I use these as wallpapers

Absolutely!

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