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    LeChuck Benchtable

    Our Friend LeChuck from German Hardwareluxx Forum asked us what would be the perfekt Benchtable for us. So we planned a great Benchtable for all kinds of Overclockers together.

    Here is the hole and realy pretty work what he did.

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    2x PSU mounting
    XL-ATX Form-Factor
    Mounting for 2x120 Radiator and 3x120 Radiator
    removable HDD and ODD Tray's

    We think he did realy great work with this. See the pics.




























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    Thumbs up

    Seems to be well thought out and nicely customisable to your individual needs. I like the slide out trays.
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    Looks good. Very well-made I assume?

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    I wish there was something like this in the US market that was affordable...


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    Quote Originally Posted by bassplayer View Post
    I wish there was something like this in the US market that was affordable...
    Is this affordable in the German market? It looks like a pretty awesome piece of hardware (sounds like a custom job even), so it either came as a wonderful gift or with a nice price tag.

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    He made this one together with us, but I think he is interessed in doing more of this kind.

    If u want to know a mail adress feel free to contact me

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    very look stylish
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    Seems very nice craftmanship... if he can compete at affordable pricing he might have some work ahead
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    very nice work there! I like the powder coat finish thats on it. Shame it would be so expensive to ship to US customers

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    Awsome looking , thats a beauty right there

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    If you are interessted in his Contacts for some price info on this table feel free to contact me

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    How much would it cost?

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    ^ +1

    Also, is there support for water-cooling?
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    Looks nice!
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    Didnt see this before now; DAVID keep me posted on facebook man

    I like the touch of 2x PSU, highly useful when it comes to benching!
    Dont really care about the water option on a benchtable for LN2, but, others in the world then me (UNFORTUNATELY ), is the table steady, or a bit fragile/weak?

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    Any chance you could do a "normal sized" one? I understand this is for heavy extreme ocers...but the design is VERY elegant and you may find a lot of people interested in such concept (and I'm serious). As of now the only beautiful benchtable is the Microcool Benchtable and is gone, and not cheap at all. Yours seems very well constructed, and very practical.

    Keep it up

    PS: how would you mount a watercooling kit over there?
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