PC Specialist LS-X01 Watercooled Titan X System Review

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As with all PC Specialist systems you receive everything that you would have got if you brought the parts separately and built it yourself. This is important for all sorts of reasons, not least of which that it gives you a clear upgrade path without having to contact the power supply manufacturers for a spare set of cables, or lose a blanking plate in the case etc. The packaging is excellent with plenty of padding in a rigid cardboard box and, as always, the excellent expanding foam inside the case which keeps everything locked in place during transit.

Even by their own high standards the cable management in the LS-X01 is worthy of particular praise. When you're using individually braided cables it's very easy to get in a tangle or struggle to tuck the extra length away, but PC Specialist have really got it as tidy around the back as it is around the front. Fantastic stuff.

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Most Recent Comments

10-10-2016, 10:44:33

RickPlaysWarr
Hi

The single 240 radiator for this price seems way too small. I think their should be at least dual 240 radiators or one 360 for this system. At $4000 or so taking a 1.25 GBP to USD conversion, I can build a better system. I give them great marks on their cabling except why go through all that effort and leave the pump wiring alone? That one red wire really stands out.

--Rick--Quote

11-10-2016, 03:31:36

Warchild
I see nothing wrong with that pump wire. I would have left it as it is too.

What stands our to me as an eye sore are the gray PCI brackets at the back. I rather see them removed.Quote

11-10-2016, 05:14:37

tinytomlogan
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Originally Posted by Warchild View Post
I see nothing wrong with that pump wire. I would have left it as it is too.

What stands our to me as an eye sore are the gray PCI brackets at the back. I rather see them removed.
They are white - and thats exactly how they come from Fractal.Quote

11-10-2016, 08:50:57

Warchild
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Originally Posted by tinytomlogan View Post
They are white - and thats exactly how they come from Fractal.
Need my eyes tested then. They looked like the typical primer gray you often see cases come in Quote

11-10-2016, 12:04:13

demonking
Yeah well over priced at the price they quoted you. to buy this system is actually more and even worse value, unless i am missing something? https://s10.postimg.org/ylulddevd/Price.jpgQuote
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