PC Specialist LS-X01 Watercooled Titan X System Review

Introduction and Technical Specifications

PC Specialist LS-X01 Watercooled Titan X System Review

Introduction

We have reviewed a lot of PC Specialist systems here at OC3D and they've all been well crafted with a particularly good set of component choices. So often with a pre-built offering there is a weak link somewhere, but that's never the case with a PC Specialist rig. Of course their customisation option allows you to tweak anything that you might feel is lacking, but by carefully choosing the parts in the first place we believe even that option is taken up much less with the PCS systems than many we could think of.

The latest system to spend some time at OC3D Towers is the latest in their Liquid System range of watercooled gaming computers, the X01.

Look where you will in the specifications and we think that you'll struggle to find an choice that doesn't have your heart racing with excitement and your fingers twitching on your credit card. Based around the excellent X99 Strix, the LS-X01 System has the very latest Intel Core i7-6850K CPU. It also boasts stupendously fast Intel NVMe storage and 32GB of DDR4 RAM.

However, we're like you. Our eyes caught sight of the Titan X GPU, based around nVidia's very latest Pascal architecture, and we struggled to drag our eyes anywhere else. Once all that is wrapped up in a custom watercooling kit with some very blue coolant, and you're as eager to see it as we are to show it to you, so let's move on to the pictures.

System Specifications

 

Name

LS-X01

Case

Fractal Define S

Custom Liquid Cooling Kit

Liquid Series Mid Kit

Graphics Card Cooling

EK FC Nickel & Backplate

Coolant Colour

Mayhems Pastel Blue Berry

LED Lighting

2 x 60cm White LED Strip

CPU

Overclocked Intel Six Core i7-6850K (3.6GHz @ MAX 4.3GHz)

Motherboard

ASUS RoG Strix X99

Memory (RAM)

32GB HyperX PREDATOR DDR4 3200MHz X.M.P (4 x 8GB)

Graphics Card

12GB NVIDIA TITAN X (Pascal)

M.2 Drive

512GB Intel 600P M.2 SSD

1st Hard Disk

4TB WD Black

PSU

Corsair RM650x

Price

£3,299

 

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Most Recent Comments

10-10-2016, 10:44:33

RickPlaysWarr
Hi

The single 240 radiator for this price seems way too small. I think their should be at least dual 240 radiators or one 360 for this system. At $4000 or so taking a 1.25 GBP to USD conversion, I can build a better system. I give them great marks on their cabling except why go through all that effort and leave the pump wiring alone? That one red wire really stands out.

--Rick--Quote

11-10-2016, 03:31:36

Warchild
I see nothing wrong with that pump wire. I would have left it as it is too.

What stands our to me as an eye sore are the gray PCI brackets at the back. I rather see them removed.Quote

11-10-2016, 05:14:37

tinytomlogan
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Originally Posted by Warchild View Post
I see nothing wrong with that pump wire. I would have left it as it is too.

What stands our to me as an eye sore are the gray PCI brackets at the back. I rather see them removed.
They are white - and thats exactly how they come from Fractal.Quote

11-10-2016, 08:50:57

Warchild
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Originally Posted by tinytomlogan View Post
They are white - and thats exactly how they come from Fractal.
Need my eyes tested then. They looked like the typical primer gray you often see cases come in Quote

11-10-2016, 12:04:13

demonking
Yeah well over priced at the price they quoted you. to buy this system is actually more and even worse value, unless i am missing something? https://s10.postimg.org/ylulddevd/Price.jpgQuote
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