Wednesday, May 7th 2014

SilverStone Milo ML07 Now Available

SilverStone launched the Milo ML07 slim mini-ITX chassis, with room for conventional (full-height, double-slot) graphics cards. Measuring 382 mm x 350 mm x 105 mm (WxDxH), it weighs about 3.71 kg. The ML07 chassis may look like something to build a media PC around, but it can actually hold gaming-grade hardware. The case features two add-on slots bays along the plane of the motherboard tray, featuring a PCI-Express x16 riser. There's enough room for full-height, double-slot graphics cards as long as 330 mm. That's enough to squeeze in a GeForce GTX TITAN Black (which is 266 mm long), all that's left would be finding a PSU in the SFX form-factor, which can safely power it. The motherboard tray seats conventional mini-ITX boards. Its storage area includes room for a slot-loading slimline optical drive, a 3.5-inch internal bay, and three 2.5-inch internal bays. Ventilation includes a 120 mm vent over the motherboard tray, and two 120 mm vents at the bottom, which should let you squeeze in a 240 mm x 120 mm radiator. Front connectivity includes two USB 3.0 ports (standard header), and HDA front-panel jacks.
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6 Comments on SilverStone Milo ML07 Now Available

#1
Sempron Guy
IMO this one looks much better than the Raven RVZ01
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#2
sgtspiff
The "normal" version of the Raven case is out. A good case apperently but not my style.
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#3
kenkickr
I may need to "upgrade" my HTPC with this case and itx board.
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#4
Static~Charge
by: btarunr
Its storage area includes room for a slot-loading slimline optical drive, a 3.5 mm internal bay, and three 2.5 mm internal bays.
Wow, those are some tiny drive bays! :p Time to switch back to old-fashioned English measurements, I think....
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#5
Scrizz
by: Static~Charge
Wow, those are some tiny drive bays! :p Time to switch back to old-fashioned English measurements, I think....
lol
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#6
lastcalaveras
by: Static~Charge
Wow, those are some tiny drive bays! :p Time to switch back to old-fashioned English measurements, I think....
Lol silverstone is futreproofing for the worlds thinest hard drives
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