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The portable gaming powerhouse packed with the latest GeForce GTX 1080 desktop grade graphics and 4k resolution.
Great features and modularity at smaller size and lower price.
It's a pain to get just a bluetooth keyboard for each device. Why not go for one that actually works with multiple device altogether?
This is probably the best AIO we have tested to date.
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Test Rig Configuration
Raijintek Triton 240
Intel Core i7 4790K
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 Ti
ASUS Maximus Hero VII
G.Skill TridentX 8GB
Primary Hard Drive
Crucial M500 120GB
Be quiet! Straight Power 10 600W
Moving on to the performance test, we ran a few stress test with the setup that we've prepared as above. Without any overclocking done to the test setup, our stress test involves the CPU stress test utility Prime95 with the option 'In-place large FFTs' while GPU stress test utility FurMark with its Furry Donut stress test for maximum heat output from both the CPU and GPU.
The airflow isn't bad at all as according to the 2 test we've done separately - with and without its side panel. We're able to maintain both CPU and GPU at a decent temperature, with only around 2°C to 3°C.
The Cooling performance that goes as decent as how it looks, hardware compatibility was good too as we can shove pretty much any components we have in our arsenal in without any issue, excellent cable management feature and more, is what makes the Sharkoon BW9000-W is one good chassis that could potentially overshadow many chassis that falls under the same category and price range.
The price of RM299 isn't really a bad price and if we put it side by side with many chassis of its category, not many of them is able to stood up against the offered feature and build quality of Sharkoon BW9000-W, which makes it a worthy option to consider for.
- Clean and minimalist design
- Sturdily build
- Reasonable price
- Removable HDD cage
- Easy to install and disassemble
- Good hardware compatibility and water cooling setup friendly
- Lots of space behind the motherboard tray for cable management
- Installing radiator at the front of the chassis requires the removal of the middle HDD cage
March 25, 2016
Gigantea by David Cathey. We're totally unsure what will the finishing product look like, but from the looks of it... This is definitely a beast.
Fire And Blood by Gustavo Carvalho. The curves and layers totally reminded us of the badass Daedric armor from the game title The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. Can't wait to see how will it looks like when it's done!
Porsche 917 Le Mans Tribute by MonsterMawd. The mod is based on the all time classic of Porshe's, the race car that gave Porsche its first overall wins at the 24 Hours of Le Mans back in the year 1970 and 1971. Will it bring the same glory for MomsterMawd in this category? Stay tuned for the end product!
LaFerrari by Mubashar Aftab, a mod that makes its first appearance during the Cyberfusion 2015 in Malaysia and still continue to evolve until this very day. The mod is based on the renown racing car Ferrari and you can pretty much recognize the prancing horse logo and the high quality paint job done with the same Ferrari Red.