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Dimastech Bench/Test Table Easy v2.5 Review

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crudbreeder 3rd February 2011, 10:41 Quote
The second last picture pops up the small image instead of the big one...
Edwards 3rd February 2011, 10:41 Quote
Surely the best measure for this sort of review is, will BT be using this in the future?
Claave 3rd February 2011, 10:50 Quote
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Originally Posted by crudbreeder
The second last picture pops up the small image instead of the big one...

Just checking that people actually use the click-for-big images... :D Link fixed.
Jipa 3rd February 2011, 10:57 Quote
With test benches the devil is in the detail. It's piss easy to just put something together yourself and save cash, but Dimastech has been making these for ages and they've thought of a lot of stuff that the DIY-version is going to lack..

That said, this Easy is just way too large if you aren't going to install a water cooling loop to the bottom part. For air cooled systems it could easily be one third the size and weight.
M_D_K 3rd February 2011, 11:20 Quote
Looks pretty good for a test bench not sure about how sturdy everything would be over time with just thumb screws holding it down,

also 3rd image 2nd page 404 error.
Fingers66 3rd February 2011, 11:50 Quote
Page 2, 4th paragraph:

"...including a positional FlexFan mount, can be purchased separation, as can extras such as a neoprene under-..."


I have been toying with getting one of these, having to put kit inside my old NSK4000 then pull it out again multiple times is getting to be a pain in the a***e. I am think of attacking it with the dremel and taking the top and sides off it.

£100 is still a lot though, apart from making one yourself, what cheaper options are there that are any good? What about ones for those that wouldn't use the watercooling functionality?

There is competition here, the Lian Li PC-T60B (£65) and the Cooler Master Test Bench (£55) are both cheaper.
The boy 4rm oz 3rd February 2011, 13:18 Quote
That is one well made test bench, very slick.
memeroot 3rd February 2011, 13:24 Quote
if they supplied a plastic shell that could be placed over it (aka record player) it would be lovely.
megadriveguy 3rd February 2011, 13:44 Quote
Colour(s) Grey, also available in 46 other colours

46 other colours wow I bet they even do them in pink
Fingers66 3rd February 2011, 13:54 Quote
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Originally Posted by megadriveguy
Colour(s) Grey, also available in 46 other colours

46 other colours wow I bet they even do them in pink

Looks like you will be disappointed mate, no pink...:D

http://www.dimastech.it/Img/Prodotti/1725/2564_zoom.jpg

Although another image on their site shows a distinctly *pinkish* purple colour...

http://www.dimastech.it/Img/Prodotti/1721/2955_zoom.jpg
HourBeforeDawn 3rd February 2011, 20:08 Quote
I own this and I have to say I LOVE IT, I made a few simple tweaks to it but ya overall best test bench for the price I have seen, WAY better then those highspeed whatever crap looking test benches.
Wwhat 4th February 2011, 06:16 Quote
"CPU cooler clearance Infinite"
Only if you are outside, and the universe is open and you find a spot with no stars/galaxies above it :)
HourBeforeDawn 5th February 2011, 17:56 Quote
Quote:
Originally Posted by Fingers66
Quote:
Originally Posted by megadriveguy
Colour(s) Grey, also available in 46 other colours

46 other colours wow I bet they even do them in pink

Looks like you will be disappointed mate, no pink...:D

http://www.dimastech.it/Img/Prodotti/1725/2564_zoom.jpg

Although another image on their site shows a distinctly *pinkish* purple colour...

http://www.dimastech.it/Img/Prodotti/1721/2955_zoom.jpg

you can request custom colors for an additional fee.
true_gamer 28th April 2011, 20:03 Quote
Is this ok for tri SLI on a Gigabyte X58 UD7? I'm looking for a test bench, and this seems to fit what I want.

Cheers,

Simon.
Seraph84 2nd May 2011, 10:44 Quote
Italian do ite better :D
true_gamer 2nd May 2011, 20:16 Quote
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Originally Posted by true_gamer
Is this ok for tri SLI on a Gigabyte X58 UD7? I'm looking for a test bench, and this seems to fit what I want.

Cheers,

Simon.

Can someone who has own/used this test bench please verify my above question.

Cheers,

Simon
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