System builders and inveterate component tinkerers all have the same problem: they are forced to test their new builds in whatever chassis they happen to have at hand. Sometimes this means swapping out parts using space-constrained cases that aren’t really designed for easy access or liquid cooling. Praxis intends to solve that problem with its Wetbench. The Wetbench is a testing station that starts out with an idea that all your hardware should be easy to access. So the motherboard position is slanted toward you, and the modular design is entirely open, so it easily accommodates all types of liquid cooling. Praxis says the Wetbench will be introduced into its SpectraX (SX) brand family, which means “colors, colors, and more colors.” The Wetbench should be available soon; no word yet on pricing.