PC Specialist LS-H01 Review
Published: 9th May 2016 | Source: PC Specialist | Price: £3299 |
Up Close Internals
As you'll see below - or indeed above - the red colouring isn't represented perfectly in the following shots. However we'd rather light the internals to show you every detail first and show you the actual colouring later, rather than leave you squinting at the screen.
There is no doubt that wherever you look on the inside of the LS-H01 you're greeted with an aesthetic treat. Every piece of tubing is perfectly routed, exactly the right length, and shows off your choice of Mayhems coolant. Unquestionably the SLI connector is the star of the show here. It's so gorgeous I wanted to marry it. Hell if our review sample came with orange coolant I'd probably have eloped. It is a glorious thing.
Mounting the pump is vital to negate some of the vibrations that can occur and PC Specialist have done a perfect job. It's fixed solidly as you'd need yet there is zero vibration transfer to the 750D. Excellent.
It's almost a shame that the EK GPU blocks are at their most impressive when you look at them from below. We could stare at them for hours. If you've ever tried to decide between a black delrin top and a clear one, go for the clear. Doesn't it look amazing?
Whilst the LS-H01 comes with SLI GTX 980 Tis, the water blocks are designed for the Titan X. Because both nVidia offerings have the same PCB layout it makes sense to use EKs best option, and as a small bonus anyone who only looks into your case will think you have SLI Titan Xs. Cool.
We think few things demonstrate the attention to detail of the PC Specialist builders better than this cable here. Look at all those cable ties and some double-backing to ensure that everything is just so. The rear is almost as impressive as the front.
Because lighting the inside ends up washing out the colours slightly, here are the main elements of the water cooling loop with the red looking how it does to the eye, rather than how we have to light it to demonstrate the internals. As you'll see on the next page, the LS-H01 has enough lighting of its own.