Sunday, October 27th 2013

SilverStone Rolls Out the Precision PS09 Micro-ATX Chassis

SilverStone made an addition to its Precision line of noise-optimized cases, the PS09. This micro-ATX case measures 170 mm x 359.8 mm x 406.6 mm (WxHxD), dry-weighing about 3.34 kg, and made of steel and plastic. Its panels feature noise-dampening foam padding. Internally, the PS09 has room for standard micro-ATX motherboards and mini-ITX motherboards, the motherboard tray features cutouts for CPU cooler and cable management. There's room for add-on cards 35.8 cm long, and CPU coolers 14 cm tall. It features a top-oriented PSU bay. Drive bays includes a couple of 5.25-inchers, four 3.5-inchers, and a 2.5-incher. Ventilation includes just the 120 mm front intake, and 80 mm rear exhaust. SilverStone didn't reveal pricing.
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4 Comments on SilverStone Rolls Out the Precision PS09 Micro-ATX Chassis

#1
palibaya
Why the front not just flat? I think it's will better..
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#2
micropage7
they could make it smaller, it looks like matx case and the internal layout is too small and tight
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Dj-ElectriC
Have built serveral computers in the PS08, overall quite good for it's size. I don't see a lot of diffs between this one and the PS08, just the front and noise dampening
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arterius2
by: palibaya
Why the front not just flat? I think it's will better..
u are right, it does look really strange with the depression at the top. I find that Silverstone these days are trying too hard to come up with something different that it often backfires, or they just lost their good designers.
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