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Old 7th November 2009, 12:35   #21
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having space for multiple disks does come in handy, especially for benchmarks, some apps work better under a certain OS, with multiple disks installed you don't need to swap them out, just connect the sata/power plug differently
Sure, but when you're more or less in the do-it-yerself business, you can make a separate rig for hard drives, like the slip-in HD-area from an 'old' chieftec BA-tower, or the modules from some Antec or Chieftec Dragonmaster cases. The latter even have the possibility to build-in a cooling fan.

I like the CoolerMaster Lab Bench, but should I use a lot of my spare time (in fact, time is usually all that I have left) doing multi-testing, I would still build my own test-bench/rig/set-up/whatever, just like most of you guys 'n' dolls do.

I mean, why spend the better part of 100 euro, or more, on a rig that doesn't meet the general idea of what you need, when you can build it yourself and pretty cheap at that.

Okay, the above doesn't change one iota to the fact that indeed, there's no space for more discs in the CoolerMaster rig, but you catch my drift. I hope.
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you can make a separate rig for hard drives
then you can also make a bench table without much problem
the aim of buying a pre-build unit is not to have to waste time building one
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Old 7th November 2009, 12:44   #23
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then you can also make a bench table without much problem
That was the general idea of/behind my reply...

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the aim of buying a pre-build unit is not to have to waste time building one
Absolutely correct amigo, so open-up the window and shout "pull" and we can have a at the thing...
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I haven't used a case in years.

This looks tidy isn't it ?

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And on the right :




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Old 8th November 2009, 02:26   #25
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Hey Gamer, can I come over for a slurp of an overfull cup of coffee, in the close vicinity of yer rigs? yes-yes-yes-phulleeze???
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Old 8th November 2009, 05:17   #26
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With a zip of whiskey in it ?

Always welcome !!
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Nutty professors and experts never have a clean desk Sorry Faiakes... I won't even post my piccies of my desk under normal circumstances as it will scare you to death ( CPU's,GPU's, rams everywhere) only thing I put in boxes are the mobo's (unlike Massman)
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Old 9th November 2009, 15:33   #28
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I haven't used a case in years.

This looks tidy isn't it ?

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Noooooooooooooooooooooooo!

(although not as bad as jmke's )

I like the glass but I don't trust myself not to break it.
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(although not as bad as jmke's )
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thanks for that. You haven't seen the other side of the office either... imagine 120 heatsinks in a huge tower
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No....no.....NOOOOOOOOO!!!!
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