THE BENCH WITH NO COMPROMISES

It’s in our blood to continuously reassemble and upgrade our precious computers. Unfortunately, we are often constrained by the housing in which our hardware lives. Rest assured. Introducing the Praxis Wetbench. A testbench that blurs the boundary between form and function.

With a slanted motherboard posture the Wetbench sets itself apart from the rest. It’s strength rests within its practical approach. Ease of access to hardware without any obstacles was the core idea. It was fundamental to stay true to a modular open design that provides more freedom to you. But it wouldn’t be like us if we didn’t take it one step further. Not only is this a watercooled friendly testbench that gives absolute freedom to your loops. It will also be introduced into the SX (SpectraX) family. What does that mean? Colors. Colors. And more Colors. Say goodbye to the ordinary, and hello to the new Praxis Wetbench.


FEATURES

QUICK BUILD

Build up or tear down and store until your next build within minutes. 

 

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13 BLACK COLOR COMBOS

Have the look you want with 12+ accent colors to make your bench POP. 

13 WHITE COLOR COMBOS

Have the look you want with 12+ accent colors to make your bench POP. 

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H20 FRIENDLY

 Mounting your watercooling hardware has never been easier. 

RAPID REMOVAL

Quick and simple removal of panels for easy hardware access


COMPATIBILITY

MOTHERBOARD

mTX, mATX, ATX, eATX

OPTICAL DRIVES

Two 5.25" drives.
Can support dual 5.25" bay reservoirs

STORAGE DRIVES

4 HDD's or 4 SSD's
3HDD & 1 SSD
3 SDD & 1 HDD
2HDD & 2 SSD (Up to 3.5" drives supported

PSUS

ATX PSUs up to 300mm supported

RADIATORS

120mm through 340mm, internal and external
140mm through 280mm, internal and external
Thick radiators mount outside

SWITCHES

Two vandal switches


VIDEO


TESTIMONIALS

The cool thing about this WetBench is the fact that it’s not like PrimoChill set out to make a test bench and this is their first run. You can see that this case is a progression of WetBenches they’ve made in the past.
— JayzTwoCents
A well thought out and bad-ass looking test bed that gets the job done
— Ed from TechSource

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