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Silverstone announces the Fara H1 M, an MATX chassis focused on airflow

To kick off the new year, Silverstone is launching the MATX Fara H1 M compact chassis. Designed to offer increased airflow to a variety of components that can be mounted inside of it, this 30-liter chassis can be used to house a gaming or multimedia system with powerful specifications.

The Fara H1 M’s front panel features a steel honeycomb design with mesh, while the right-side panel is made of light tinted tempered glass, allowing users to show off their systems. Both the top and bottom panel come with a removable dust filters to prevent dust from accumulating inside the system. The front I/O panel features a USB-A 3.0 port, 2x USB-A 2.0 ports, an audio-in jack, and an audio-out jack.

The case supports Micro-ATX, Mini-DTX, and Mini-ITX motherboards, 320mm long graphics cards, 160mm tall CPU coolers, and up to 250mm long standard ATX PSUs (160mm with drive cage installed). Additionally, there are 4x expansion slots, 2x 2.5-inch drive bays, a 2.5/3.5-inch drive bay, and a 3.5-inch drive bay.

Despite just measuring 210x392x366mm (WxHxD), the fan support of the Fara H1 M is quite extensive for such a small case, allowing users to mount 2x 120/140mm fans on the front, a 120mm at the rear, 2x 120mm fans on top, and another 2x above the PSU shroud. Radiator support allows users to mount a 120/240mm on the front and a 120mm on the rear.

Pricing and availability details of the Silverstone Fara H1 M haven’t been disclosed. You can learn more about this chassis HERE.

KitGuru says: Do you like the look of the Fara H1 M case? Would you consider it for a new build?

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