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Silverstone Grandia GD07 HTPC Case Review

Rating: 8.0.

A few months ago we looked at the Grandia GD06 case from Silverstone which impressed us due to solid build quality and competitive pricing. However, it was only capable of accepting Micro-ATX motherboards which was likely to alienate a substantial audience.

Today we are going to look at the Silverstone Grandia GD07 which shares a number of design similarities with the GD06 with the notable addition of ATX motherboard support.  The rest of the specification is also impressive as the unit features plenty of hard drive bays and cooling options.


  • Motherboard support: SSI-EEB, SSI-CEB, Extended ATX, ATX, Micro-ATX.
  • Power supply support: PS2/ATX up to 220mm.
  • Graphics card support: up to 13.6 inches.
  • CPU cooler support: 138mm.
  • Cooling (front): N/A.
  • Cooling (side): 2x 120mm fan vents.
  • Cooling (top): Oversized vents.
  • Cooling (rear) 2x 80mm vents.
  • Cooling (bottom): 2x 120mm vents.
  • Front I/O: 2x USB3.0, Headphone, Microphone.
  • Weight: 7 KG.
  • Dimensions: 440 x 175 x 435mm (WxHxD).
  • Easily adjustable LED brightness
  • Lockable Power Button

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  • ET

    That’s one monster HTPC case. I don’t much get the need for full ATX for an HTPC, but it was interesting to learn about it.

  • WarrenUK

    Its a lovely looking design and ideal for someone who wants this in a ‘hi-fi’ style rack, but its still quite a physical footprint due to the boxy shape.

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  • steven

    Yes its large, but, the great option on this is the ability to hold lots of drives. With an ATX board you can roll the HPTC NAS box functions into one case….

  • stefan

    I just bought this case, im installing a ASUS Z9PE-D8 WS MOBO with two e5-2665’s i would like to fit the be quiet shadow rock top flows in, however i doubt this will be possible and will have to use Noctua NH-L12’s. Which ever i use i know ill be cutting the removable drive bay holder as one cooler will clash with it. will be nice though as it will be quite compact