Raijintek ophion build

sabrewolf732

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Hey,

Posting my ophion/lan build

Ryzen 1600af (rebadge 2600) running at 4.2 1.3.5v, 16GB cheap gskill ram running @ 3200, 1070ti, resleeved and shortened cables on a seasonic 620 sIII, corsair nvme SSD

Also made an acrylic window to fit the wraith prism
 

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IdiotInCharge

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OP, keep up the good work!


[as a side note, I really need to do a guide on how to take indoor gear pictures with cellphones that don't look like they were taken by a potato camera...]
 

sabrewolf732

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OP, keep up the good work!


[as a side note, I really need to do a guide on how to take indoor gear pictures with cellphones that don't look like they were taken by a potato camera...]

Yes please!

I really struggle with taking PC pics
 

IdiotInCharge

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Yes please!

I really struggle with taking PC pics

Short version:

1. Get a tripod
2. Use some form of manual camera control to do a longer exposure

Basically, if you're handholding, the exposure has to be short -- and in lower light environments, which is basically anywhere not lit by direct sunlight, that's going to mean more noise. By using something to get the camera still (even if it's a phone), the exposure can be as long as it needs to be without movement blurring the capture.
 
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