TITAN Robela - Case with build in water cooling
This is definitely one of the more interesting products that I've gotten my hands on. From a personal standpoint, this was my first time dealing with a watercooling case and I must admit it has been a rather fun experience. Quite often, the long, drawn-out installation process tends to numb my interest and affect my opinion of the product but this time the installation process was one of the fastest I've ever come across. The performance was not disappointing as well. It could have yielded better numbers but it's hard to ask for too much when the watercooling is already built in to the case. There was a significant shift in noise level when the fans are turned on but that it appears inevitable given the two 120mm fans and another 80mm in the back of the case. The LCD feature was also praiseworthy. It gives the case a great overall look while providing useful information about what's going on inside. Opening this type of case with the cooling already set up is not advisable. The quick release were kept simple and to the point. Integration of a decent watercooling kit into a case is a concept that has both its strengths and its weaknesses. Though it may save room, the heavy weight, price tag, and increased noise level from the fans may collectively drag down the overall appeal of the product.
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