Published on 3rd April 2013 by
Trust us when we say that trying to turn a wrench inside a component filled enclosure
Originally Posted by XirThrey're all thumbscrews, what wrench?
However, the Archon SB-E X2 also utilises what Thermalright has named its new and proprietary Pressure Vault Bracket System, whereby a bolt in the middle of the pressure plate can be tightened, thus applying direct downward force on the centre of the baseplate.
Originally Posted by JipaThermalright cooler reviews are boring, because the name alone says it all. They just don't produce crap, do they?
Originally Posted by SchizoFrogGreat review and a great performance, but why does it have to be such an awful colour? Why can't they at least offer plain black fans if they don't want to get in to the various colour ranges?
Even without a case with a window it would bug the hell out of me knowing that was in there.
Originally Posted by pbryanwExcuse me if I'm wrong but I think Matthew was referring to Thermalright's Pressure Vault Bracket System:
Originally Posted by XirYup, which has a thumbscrew right smack in the middle of it, firdt page, last picture. ;)
AHa, the central pressure thingy is a thumbscrew, but the plate holding it has bolts.
Originally Posted by enciem
I reckon horrible coloured fans have been adopted as a mark of quality in the cooler market.
Originally Posted by MeddlEI pick my products based on performance and not on aesthetics.
Originally Posted by TheDarkSidei'm guessing you don't have a side window on your case?
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