Benchlab allows PC enthusiasts to take system analysis to the next level

Open Benchtable and ElmorLabs have teamed up to create the ultimate PC telemetry tool

ElmorLabs and Open Benchtable have teamed up to create a new system telemetry tool called BenchLab. This is a high-end system analysis tool that can monitor a wide range of system data. This includes temperatures, voltages, power usage, fan speeds and more. This data can be viewed using BenchLab’s software, or be exported to HWiNFO. Elmor is a world-renowned overclocker who’s recent achievements include a 1900W Intel W9-3495X overclock.

For power, Benchlab acts as a middle-man between your PC’s power supply and components. This allows users to monitor the full power draw of their systems and the lower loads of individual power cables. Benchlab features connections for 24-pin power, 8-pin EPS power, 12VHPWR, and 6+2-pin PCIe power.

This product is a collaboration between ElmosrLab and Open benchtable. As such, this system telemetry solution is fully compatible with all full-sized BC1 Open Benchtables. This board can squeeze underneath the system you are testing, giving users easy access to it when needed. Given this size of this product, we do not expect many PC enthusiasts to fit it inside a standard PC case.

While this product is marketed towards PC DIY enthusiasts, we see it as a product that is primarily for hardcore overclockers, reviewers, and other hardware analysts. This product is not suitable for most PC builders, as few PC users need this level of system telemetry. Even so, we are glad that this product exists for those who need it. We are also glad that Benchlab it not an overly expensive piece of hardware.

Benchlab is now available for $199/£161 through the Benchlab website. Pre-orders are available now and orders are due to ship from January 15th 2024.

You can join the discussion on Benchlab on the OC3D Forums.

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