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CoolerMaster Lab Test Bench V1.0 Review



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There are hundreds of consumers the world over who have computer systems in pieces; graphics cards laying on their carpets, motherboards on their beds and hard drives in cupboards. You can guarantee that in almost every street in you will find this type of user. In my street, that’s me in a nutshell. I’m the chap who is forever changing his system for the latest memory, graphics card or solid state drive and it can get quite tedious after a while and more importantly can look down right messy.

The simple solution to our problem is to put the parts into a chassis of some kind, but surely that solution is too obvious as it’s staring us right in the eye. You see the problem arises when you need to change the motherboard or even the CPU retention bracket underneath as this involves the removal of the whole system.

This left manufacturers with a problem that needed solving, and whilst some have tried and failed, others have succeeded in creating a test bench that makes removal of key components a simple, painless task. CoolerMaster are one manufacturer that believe they have accomplished that task with their Test Bench V1.0. This is a unique product when compared to the rest of the product lineup from other top-selling brands and due to that we will be looking at the product with a fresh perspective, from an enthusiasts point of view.
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  • oh_fubar

    Nice review interesting product too

  • aruffell

    oh_fubar;14912 wrote: Nice review interesting product too

    Really going to help with the future of testing products with eTeknix 😀 Really pleased with it to be honest 😀

  • 0erick0

    now this is a great idea for the giveaway! :Di want this for my oc needs… (what i would have want (extra) is the ability for pumps and radiators to be added.

  • Socalrailroader

    Great review, I am exactly like you, and this would be a great way of using my parts lying around. I think I may have to pick up one of these bad boys!

  • aruffell

    Socalrailroader;14920 wrote: Great review, I am exactly like you, and this would be a great way of using my parts lying around. I think I may have to pick up one of these bad boys!

    Get one, honestly you won't regret it 😀

  • Tommo

    Great to see a slightly more dignified and professional version of my Lego Technic Test bench

  • jljimmeb

    The presentation of the packaging leaves nothing to the imagination, which must then run wild when the build is shown only in completed form. It is clear, though, that the psu and a connector wrap might pose problems. A more useful test bench would hang the power supply from the ceiling, or a Lego Technic crane, so it hovers in the vicinity of the motherboard, and also, perhaps, is installed in another, but accessible, dimension.