Silverstone have been designing some of the industries most appealing chassis for the last decade and at KitGuru we were always fans of the Fortress and Temjin series. The Raven 02 in particular has been a favourite in our offices for the last year as it combines subtle and attractive design with class leading ‘vertical’ airflow.
A large portion of our audience however want something more affordable and today our review product aims to fill this niche. The Precision SST-PS05 retails in the UK for around £40 including VAT and is sure to be of interest to the LAN gaming audience and people on a tighter budget.
The Precision chassis is a mid tower chassis and is designed to be high performing with support for up to five 120mm fans with an ‘almost all tool-less’ ethic for component installation. They aren’t skimping on the overall package however as it has an all black interior, cable tie down spots and vibration dampening hard drive mounts.
This is a case built to a very tight budget, but one which Silverstone hope will also appeal to a wide audience.
|Material||Plastic & mesh front panel and steel body|
|Motherboard||ATX, Micro ATX|
|Drive Bay||External||5.25″ x 4, 3.5″ x 2|
|Internal||3.5″ x 4|
|Cooling System||Front||1x120mm fan slot|
|Rear||1x 120mm exhaust slot|
|Top||2 x 120mm fan slot|
|Bottom||1 x 120mm fan slot|
|Front I/O Port||USB 2.0 x 2
Audio x 1
MIC x 1
|Power Supply||1 x Optional standard PS2 (ATX)|
|Expansion card||11 inch|
|Limitation of CPU Cooler||160mm|
|Limitation of Power Supply||none|
|Dimensions||190mm (w) x 466mm (h) x 485 mm (d)|