DimasTech Bench Table Hard V2.5 - graphite black
Finally after a long absence from the market of our products by Bench Table by which we pioneered in 2007, returns to the square from the Bench/Test Table Hard in version V2.5.
Description:Finally after a long absence from the market of our products by Bench Table by which we pioneered in 2007, returns to the square from the Bench/Test Table Hard in version V2.5.
This new product is born again after having collected a lot of feedback from the customers most experienced by the user and even "novice" who always helps us to improve our products. Below you will find the salient features of the new Bench/Test Table V2.5 Hard.
This product unlike the Easy version, has the strengths of the full functionality and ease of use, dedicated to the clocker who wants to have a location from Bench/Test easy to manage, with all the hardware in sight.
The Bench/Test Table Hard V2.5 has also included a special support for the attachment of Pot (see category: Extreme Cooling Section Pot), with a bow and threaded rod, this system allows you to set a Pot or any sink without the use of clips or brackets, in any position on the motherboard.
To meet the need of rapid disassembly of the components from the Bench/Test Table Hard V2.5 has available new Thumbscrew, to fix any part of the feast itself or hardware. The "Bench/Test Table Hard V2.5" has the peculiarity of being mounted on the version Easy, just resting it and securing it with 4 pads, so you have a location from the Far Bench proper (Model Easy/Hard V2.5 can always find him in this section of the shop: Bench/Test Table EasyHard V2.5).
|Warranty Type||Manufacturer via Aria|
|Warranty Period (yrs)||1|
Comments, Questions & Reviews:
Question by Tony
What is this please?
This is a 'benching table' intended to provide an convenient platform for benchmarking and testing PC components by providing easy access to and replacement of components. Used by enthusiasts and also system builders/repairers because it's much more convenient for these tasks than a full PC case.
In English please! by Paul Neale
I wonder what this product is? English the used product to describe this broken biscuits is impossible almost understanding to! I wonder if they used a free translation website and didn't bother to proof read it? ;)
I suspect you're right :/.