Cooler Master LAB Test Bench v1.0 Product overview
Alright, now before you say ... heck I can make that myself as it's engineered bent and drilled sheet metal. Sure you could, you do not meet the demographics for this product then. But we doubt you can make it such a neat design.
This concept is simple and easy though, a steel ATX compatible construction allowing to easily swap out motherboards. For a tech reviewer products like these are golden. It saves us time, it is handy and looks quite alright, doesn't it ? But it's also a well thought through concept.
Easy to install and test components
Limited special edition chassis
Rugged steel framed body
Supports built-in power supply
Available Color: Black
Dimension (W)320 x (H)100 x (D)282
Weight 1.9 g (4.19 lbs)
Motherboards ATX; M-ATX; Mini ITX; Pico ITX
Drive Bays 5.25" x 2 + 3.5" x 1 or 2.5" x 15.25" x 1 + 3.5" x 1 or 2.5" x 1
PSU ATX PS2 PSU x (optional)
Inside the test bench we find room for a 5.25" optical drive and or two HDDs (2.5" and 3.5" supported) handy for SSD installation as well. To the rear of the chassis you can mount a power supply. All is locked down with screws. On top you can mount a motherboard fairly secure with the help of included standoffs.
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