Thermaltake Spedo Advance Chassis
In order to test the Thermaltake Spedo Advance chassis I have used a standard set of hardware. The hardware has been listed below:
During testing I want to predominantly assess the effectiveness of the Thermaltake Advanced Thermal Chamber (A.T.C) on the main components of the system above. Furthermore, we will be looking at how much noise the Thermaltake Spedo Advance chassis emits during testing.
During the (A.T.C) testing I will be taking temperature measurements from the PSU, GPU, CPU and HDD areas of the chassis using a Scythe Kama Meter and four thermal probes. Idle and load temperatures will be taken with and without the Advanced Thermal Chamber baffling in the case. Idle temperatures will be taken 20 minutes after the computer has been turned on to allow temperatures to acclimatise, and load temperatures will be taken 30 minutes after playing Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare. Ambient temperatures during testing ranged from 26.8 - 27.2 deg Celsius.
Noise readings will be taken approximately 30cm's away from the chassis, and again noise readings will be taken with and without the Thermaltake (A.T.C) baffling. This will give us an idea as to how noisy the chassis is and whether the (A.T.C) baffling has any effect on case noise. All fans have been connected to 4-pin molex connectors on the power supply instead of the motherboard in order to prevent the motherboard controlling fan speed by PWM.
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