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Hey guys, I recently purchased a Mountain Mods Ascension case that I'm not so sure about anymore. I didn't realize how much of a pain it's going be to actually take the side panels on and off. (I do this a lot, because I'm constantly dusting my computer. My OCD doesn't allow me to go more than a few days without dusting.) I'm probably going to sell this case, I honestly haven't even put my hardware in it yet. The thing is brand spankin new, fully assembled. It's past the date where I can return it now, so I really don't have another option.

I'm looking to possibly use a test bench for my main rig instead. Would this be a good idea? I don't have any animals in the room with my PC, and I vacuum and dust a lot so I was thinking I might as well have easier access with a test bench.

I was looking into them and found one called Dimastech Dual Test/Easy Bench V2.5 shown in THIS video. I've been looking everywhere for somewhere that ships these to the US and I can't seem to find a site. If anyone knows where, please let me know. I'd love to see a price estimate for one of these.


If those can't be shipped to the US, is there any kind of bench table similar to that?

EDIT: Alright, I guess you can order one of those test benches straight from their official site. The price in Euros initially threw me off, I added it to cart and found out they can ship to US.

EDIT2: Well, apparently the price is not in dollars it's still in euros for some reason. How are people in the US supposed to order with Euros?

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