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Silverstone Precision PS07B Micro-ATX Case Review

Rating: 8.0.

Lately there has been a noticeable increase in the number of PC chassis on the market with relatively new brands like Corsair and Bitfenix expanding their ranges rapidly to cater for a wider range of consumers.  Silverstone has been established in the PC case market much longer, though, and already has a large range of cases available.

In the past few years, Silverstone has made a name for itself by releasing a series of innovative products like the Fortress FT03 and Raven RV02 which use unconventional internal layouts to improve cooling and to save space.

Today we are going to look at the Silverstone Precision PS07B which is a mid-tower case designed to accommodate a Micro ATX motherboard.  Despite being smaller than most mid tower cases on the market which support ATX motherboards, it still has room for a whole host of top end components including the latest Radeon HD7970 and GeForce GTX 680 graphics cards.

Features

  • Dual 120mm silent fan.
  • Removable motherboard tray and top panel.
  • Quick access filters to prevent dust buildup.
  • Convenient wire and cable routing pathways.
  • Adjustable holder for large CPU coolers and extra-long card support rack.
  • Motherboard back plate opening for quick CPU cooler assembly.
  • Independent airflow channel for power supply.
  • Accommodate up to six 3.5 inch hard drives.

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6 comments

  1. Nice looking case. ideal for my new project

  2. I like their finish, always quality designs. excellent review Mr Henry. I was contemplating a lian li model, but its quite a bit more than this, and not sure I need it. ill ponder.

  3. Silverstone are great, but I find their latest designs are slightly uninspiring. Same with Lian Li. No questioning their engineering capabilities, but they seem a little old fashioned now IMO. just my 2 cents