Computer Building, Upgrading and Testing Forever Changed with the HSPC Tech Station.
(PRWEB) October 18, 2004
HighSpeed PC, LLC (http://www.highspeedpc.com) introduces the HSPC Tech Station (patent pending) computer workbench for PC builders, hardware testers and hobbyists. The bench is an easy-access platform for operating a complete computer system while keeping it safe in a non-electrically conductive frame.
The HSPC Tech Station is a unique computer case with an open-air design essential for hands-on installation and proper configuration of hardware. It provides a full 8×13 of surface area on two bench surfaces, fitting all types of PC hardware. The upper shelf is for stacking the CD-ROM drives and power supply while the PCs motherboard rests on an anti-static mat on the lower shelf.
The bench has a horizontal AGP/PCI support brace that solves the problem of loose motherboard add-in cards (such as video, network and sound cards) coming lose and damage circuitry. It locks them securely in place with thumbscrews and offers universal support for all add-in cards blocking no cables or connections.
The Hard Drive Storage/Cooling Rail System keeps two standard 3.5″ hard drives protected and cooled via smooth non-conductive acrylic rails suspended under the top shelf. One end of the rail opens to catch air from a 120mm cooling fan blowing through the bench.
Powering the computer system On/Off and monitoring HDD activity is done with the ATX Control Kit. Plugging directly onto the motherboard, the ATX Control Kit takes the place of the computer case power and reset switches, power and hard disk drive activity lights, and system warning speaker so that PC hardware can operate totally independent of a standard computer case.
Before the Tech Station computer builders and hobbyists would have to leave components installed in the traditional computer case, which is an awkward and cramped environment for accessing hardware, or just leaving parts dangerously scattered around an open work area exposing components to impact, shorting and electrostatic discharge. And how is the motherboard switched on/off without a PC case? The Tech Station and Control switches solve all these problems.
About HighSpeed PC:
HighSpeed PC, LLC was founded in August 1999 and has been offering computer hobbyist a wide variety of upgrades, cooling, overclocking and case modification products, most recently specializing in PC water cooling equipment and the HSPC Tech Station PC test bench. Visit the website for more details on this product: http://www.highspeedpc.com
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