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Ikonik Ra X10 Liquid Full Tower Case

Ikonik eliminates all the hassles of water cooling, straps it in an all-aluminium chassis and gives you the Ra X10 Liquid full tower case.

| Full-Tower Cases in Cases, Cooling & PSU | Posted: Jun 5, 2009 2:24 am
TweakTown Rating: 87%      Manufacturer: Ikonik

Ikonik Ra X10 Liquid Full Tower Case

 

Introduction

 

Are you in the market for a new case? Are you possibly looking to water cool? Do you like new and innovative concepts? If you answered yes to two out of those three, this could quite possibly be the simplest answer for obtaining all three in a very sleek black or silver chassis from Ikonik.

 

Ikonik is a company that sort of snuck onto the market under the radar. This relatively new company that knows the PC components market is already flooded with many other major brands, but their goal is to give the user that extra bit more, hopefully surpassing your expectations of your purchase from them. With a name like Ikonik, they have set their own bar pretty high. Let's see what they have sent me to test out.

 

Today Ikonik has shipped the Ra X10 Liquid full tower chassis to our labs. The Ra X10 liquid is an all aluminum chassis with an incorporated water cooling system already installed. This liquid cooling uses a pump/reservoir combo, two aluminum automotive style radiators and an all copper, 268 pin CPU block, all included and pre-assembled. Ikonik estimates this system can handle removing up to 500W of heat from the loop and leaves you with options to add into the loop with additional water blocks (not included). Enough of the prelude, I think it's time to get some images up and onward to the testing at hand.

 

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