Eclipse Stealth FX812R795 Extreme & Stealth Flight Pack Review
Published: 20th April 2012 | Source: Eclipse Computers | Price: £1999.96 |
Up Close - Internals
The build is very nice indeed. Everything is well laid out with the cables neatly tidied away giving the internals a very clean look. Without a side window it would be easy to just concentrate on getting it in as nobody will see the insides, but all the many routing ports on the Phantom have been taken advantage of.
In the same way that the dual XFX HD7950s look great on the outside, so they still look awesome in situ. The Corsair H40 sits atop the FX8120 and pulls the air out of the rear exhaust port. Although the colour scheme of the Sabertooth motherboard can be considered an acquired taste we know how well they perform and so the dark khaki heatsinks put the same twinkle in our eye that the more typical black and red put in other peoples.
Anyone who follows our Youtube will know the many discussions about the 'right' way to mount a PSU. Modern power supplies are so efficient that it really makes no difference if it's with the fan downwards or upwards, so it's good to see the XFX Pro 1000W in the Stealth mounted with the fan facing upwards.
Memory is dealt with by the excellent Corsair Vengeance. Here we have a full 16GB available to us, so even the most resource hungry user wont find themselves running out.