With the case assembled it was time to stand back and take a good look at it. The black and blue theme is quite pleasing, but the DimasTech Bench Table comes in a variety of colours to suit different tastes. I'll probably cop some abuse for saying this but I've never been a massive fan of powder coating, however, the finish surpassed my expectations and was quite impressive.
Unfortunately with the silky gloss black finish showed up dust like a blood stain in a snow field. But If your looking for a case like this then chances are it'll be in use so often that dust wont be given a chance to gather.
The curvy design of the DimasTech Bench Table gives it an overall classy, polished look. And while a few imperfections were present you wouldn't notice them without close inspection. While good looks are not normally a necessity for a bench table, this one has proved that the two can go hand-in-hand.
Along with the appearance, the features will be another short section when compared to a lot of cases today. When it comes down to it, the Bench Table is pretty basic - omprising of nothing more than mounts for the hardware.
As you saw earlier the case comes with a decent selection of fan mounts. This version is designed to accommodate a Thermochill radiator, and subsequently, most of the brackets supplied were 90° ones. This allows the user to mount fans to blow over the RAM slots, PWM''s and other areas of a motherboard that could suffer from a lack of airflow when watercooling is installed. There is an upright bracket supplied that caters for blowing air through vertical heatsinks or into GPU coolers, and with different versions of the Bench Table you get a few more vertical mounts.
Down one side of the case you can see the mounting specially cut for Thermochill Radiators. The DimasTech Bench Table is also able to accommodate Black Ice and Swiftech radiators for those with different components. I would have liked to see some sort on universal fitting that could have accommodated both sizes of radiator (120.3 and 120.2) but perhaps that's asking a bit much.
Next up we have the pump/reservoir mount and It is designed to accommodate nearly anything you want by simply bolting it on. The pump/reservoir mount attaches onto the base and bridges the upper and lower levels of the Bench Table.
Finally, a little mention goes to the decent length motherboard standoffs. This will probably raise an eyebrow or two for the more casual and tower case oriented amongst us, so I'll quickly explain. The backplates on sub-zero solutions are often quite thick in order to accommodate a thin layer of insulation. Normal stand-off's are often not tall enough to accommodate this, but thankfully the ones here allow you use thicker insulation as you see fit.
Moving on we put the case through its paces...