Being a DIY kit, this ships completely unassembled. For more details on the kit, please click on the Tech Specs tab above.
|Maximum Motherboard Size||EATX|
|Height||370 mm (14.6 in)|
|Width||387.4 mm (15.3 in)|
|Depth||360 mm (14.2 in)|
|External 5.25 inch||1|
|Internal 2.5 inch||2|
|Additional Fans Possible||120mm|
Test benches are certainly nothing new and are something we have been using at Puget Systems ever since the company was founded. However, we have never found a test bench that completely suits all of our needs. Because of this we finally decided to spend the time and effort to design and build our own unique bench based on the needs of our repair and production departments.
A test bench is an excellent alternative to a traditional chassis if you need to regularly swap out hardware. While primarily designed to be used as a temporary test bench with all the hardware loose, the Puget Systems EATX V1 Test Bench has full mount points for the motherboard, PCI cards, power supply, and up to two 2.5" hard drives. In addition, there is also a half-mount for a 5.25" optical drive. So if you want to make any part of your test setup more permanent, it is very easy to do so.
The bottom of the bench is coated in a 7mm thick foam material so you can leave any hard drives or other devices loose without having to worry about them shorting or otherwise being damaged by the test bench itself. And while the single 120mm fan mount is not necessary to cool most hardware, it does allow for the mounting of coolers like a 120mm closed-loop CPU liquid cooler.
- Puget Systems Test Bench EATX V1 DIY Kit Manual