PC Specialist LS-H01 Review

Storage Speed and Temperatures

PC Specialist LS-H01 Review

Storage Speed

If you're not used to the speeds available from a good M.2 drive that works with Intels NVMe technology then the following screenshot might just blow your mind. In short, no matter how big your file is the Samsung SM951 can transfer it, read it, write it or whatever as swiftly as you could possibly hope.

PC Specialist LS-H01 Review

Temperatures

With two radiators and plenty of fans blowing air across them it's not at all surprising to see that even after a lengthy Unigine Heaven loop the GPUs only hit 50°C. It's perhaps slightly more of a shock to see the Core i7-6700K making it all the way up to 70°C, but that's still well within the thermal limit and it's obviously heavily overclocked.

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Most Recent Comments

09-05-2016, 11:00:27

Wraith
Nice write up Bryan, and top job PC Specialist for another quality system. I will say this though the thought of a pre filled loop in a £3k+ system in the hands of our gentile courier ninjas would frighten the crap out of me.Quote

09-05-2016, 11:54:24

tinytomlogan
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Originally Posted by Wraith View Post
Nice write up Bryan, and top job PC Specialist for another quality system. I will say this though the thought of a pre filled loop in a £3k+ system in the hands of our gentile courier ninjas would frighten the crap out of me.

Isnt an issue if its built right with flexible hose.

Back in the day I used to ship systems with 7/16 hose on 1/2 barbs with no clamps or zipties holding the hose on and they all got there fineQuote

09-05-2016, 14:20:28

RobM
whens the video ?
Looks like a nice rig thereQuote

09-05-2016, 16:07:36

notcool
Very nice but when are you going to explain the new awardsQuote

10-05-2016, 07:38:10

noext
gaming benchmark are weird..

http://www.comptoir-hardware.com/ima...h_far_cry4.png


http://www.comptoir-hardware.com/ima...graph_gta5.png

i dont thinks even with massive OC that the 980ti can reach 150fps in GTA VQuote
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