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[OCN LABS] Streacom BC1 Open Benchtable


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Amazing, best looking benchtable and I saw.
Is it problematic for 360mm radiators.
If 360+360 could fit great.

HOW MUCH?

There is only one problem, his price not start from 0.
His price start from 139$+ benchtable.

137$ that's price of DataVac® ESD Safe Electric Duster® (Antistatic Protection certificate)


With such benchtable he need to work LITTERARY every 3 days 30 seconds to avoid forming of dust.
After forming bigger dust (month) you need antistatic brush.

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This bench is awesome. I have the mini in a totally obscure build.

https://imgur.com/a/d1m8C9M


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Quote: Originally Posted by hyp36rmax View Post
This bench is awesome. I have the mini in a totally obscure build.

https://imgur.com/a/d1m8C9M


Wow, that looks great. Honestly wonder how it is not tipping with the RAD to the side, perhaps its just the perspective angle. Great job on that build


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This bench is awesome. I have the mini in a totally obscure build.

https://imgur.com/a/d1m8C9M

I love that build. Looks great.

I have a big bang house. I had all the materials for my new house brought in and dumped on a vacant lot. I took a stick of dynamite, lit the fuse on fire and tossed it into the pile of materials. BOOM went the explosion and when the dust settled I had a new house! Amazing isn't it?
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I love that build. Looks great.
Yeah it's pretty snazzy. However, I would have WC'd the CPU as well, but that's just me.



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Quote: Originally Posted by hyp36rmax View Post
This bench is awesome. I have the mini in a totally obscure build.

https://imgur.com/a/d1m8C9M
Damn!

That is a pretty sick build!

(I am super happy to see how people build with the OBTs)
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Great build but you should install one thin 120-240mm radiator (Nemesis GTS) on other side and remove pump on him.
He will be lower weight and you will put CPU under water.

You removed rubber gasket from bottom of Noctua.
OK from top, but from bottom, why?

I must buy Black tubes, I like them from first day.
I have question for this pressure fitting!

Is it possible to use him instead to several time shut down PSU when you fill loop.
I'm amateur and don't know... I 3 times disable switch when I fill loop.
Is it possible to put water, press that Plug and he push water in radiator and tubes and you fill more and again until the end?
Or he serve when you will to bth end to remove bulbs... I didn't had air pockets problems.

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Quote: Originally Posted by ENTERPRISE View Post
Wow, that looks great. Honestly wonder how it is not tipping with the RAD to the side, perhaps its just the perspective angle. Great job on that build
Thanks! It was actually pretty balanced with the Noctua DH-15 on the CPU lol. There was some sag on the rad side though. I've since used an extra PCie rod from the kit to stabilize it.

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I love that build. Looks great.
Thanks you!!

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Yeah it's pretty snazzy. However, I would have WC'd the CPU as well, but that's just me.
Yea i'm one for watercooling everything. But this gave me an opportunity to build a hybrid with a DH-15 and swap the GPU on demand.

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Damn!

That is a pretty sick build!

(I am super happy to see how people build with the OBTs)
Thank you sir!!

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Great build but you should install one thin 120-240mm radiator (Nemesis GTS) on other side and remove pump on him.
He will be lower weight and you will put CPU under water.

You removed rubber gasket from bottom of Noctua.
OK from top, but from bottom, why?

I must buy Black tubes, I like them from first day.
I have question for this pressure fitting!

Is it possible to use him instead to several time shut down PSU when you fill loop.
I'm amateur and don't know... I 3 times disable switch when I fill loop.
Is it possible to put water, press that Plug and he push water in radiator and tubes and you fill more and again until the end?
Or he serve when you will to bth end to remove bulbs... I didn't had air pockets problems.
Hey thanks! My goal was to build a hybrid modular open system.

This build was really simple to fill and prime since the pump is attached directly to the reservoir. Notice I also have a Bitspower air release valve mounted on the top of the reservoir.

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Only flaw of this benchtable is little small size, PSU mount and radiators mount.
Idea is great only 360mm radiator can't be hold on two spots without bending.
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