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    Default Need open air bench testing chassis with radiator support

    So I have to swap out parts a lot and doing so inside a regular ATX is getting to be a pain and takes too long.

    I'm looking for a nice open air bench test chassis. I know there are lots of them out there, but I need one that supports radiators (like 280mm for CPU and either 140 or 280 for GPU).

    I checked Newegg, and maybe it's because their filtering sucks, but I can't seem to find anything that supports that many radiators except for the Thermaltake Core chassis, which really isn't quite what I'm looking for.

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    I have been using the Praxis WetBench from Primochill and PC-T70 from Lian-Li for a while now. They are both great for what I do, but not multiple rads. I think there about the best for standard test benches that can handle loops.

    I looked for a while a few years ago for a proper solution but I was not able to find one for multiple loops on the same bench. Ild be interested to see if there is anything out there now.

    I usually end up with the 360 in the back and then use AIO's for the other loop and just stand the rads on the desk.

    DimasTech Table EasyXL looks interesting may have to get one to try out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheStoka View Post
    I have been using the Praxis WetBench from Primochill and PC-T70 from Lian-Li for a while now. They are both great for what I do, but not multiple rads. I think there about the best for standard test benches that can handle loops.

    I looked for a while a few years ago for a proper solution but I was not able to find one for multiple loops on the same bench. Ild be interested to see if there is anything out there now.

    I usually end up with the 360 in the back and then use AIO's for the other loop and just stand the rads on the desk.

    DimasTech Table EasyXL looks interesting may have to get one to try out.
    I did see the Praxis chassis. But you're right that there's no radiator support.

    As for Dimas: I've used them A LOT in the past, but I can't seem to find them (in the US) anymore. I heard they filed bankruptcy or something?

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    Phobya WaCoolT Benchtable

    Or a Lian Li PC-T70

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