Tuesday, August 12th 2014

SilverStone Launches the Grandia GD10 PC Case

The Grandia GD10, along with GD09, is a culmination of SilverStone's decade-long experience in HTPC case design and manufacturing into a product that every PC enthusiast can enjoy. The incredible efficiency in which it utilizes all available space results in a case that is close in size externally to Micro-ATX based GD04 and GD05, yet capable of fitting most important full size standard components including wider ATX motherboards (SSI-CEB) such as ROG or other gaming-centric models.

All drive cages have been designed similarly to those from the popular ML03 case to provide maximum flexibility in drive configuration without the need for additional adapters. For cooling, all positive pressure and smooth airflow designs were retained from previous Grandia models while improvements were made to filter access for even easier maintenance. With the addition of a lockable front door, the GD10 offers an attractively sized case that is capable and user-friendly for those interested in building a system with extra security and application that exceeds typical PC or HTPC environments.

Special Features:
  • Lockable front door ensures security of system and drives
  • Positive air pressure design for excellent cooling/quietness and dust-prevention
  • Support expansion cards up to 12.2 inches
  • Support ATX motherboards
  • Quick access filters included
  • Incredible 362mm depth to fit comfortably inside home theater cabinet
  • Drive cages with multi-purpose mounts eliminate need for adapters
The recommended End User price (excl. VAT): 105.9 USD

The GD10 will be available on August 18th.
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3 Comments on SilverStone Launches the Grandia GD10 PC Case

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micropage7
from layout like normal case that placed horizontally
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XL-R8R
by: micropage7
from layout like normal case that placed horizontally
Not really a very attractive proposition as a case when you can get the Fractal Design Node 605 for the same price (give or take 10%) and its a much better case.
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micropage7
by: XL-R8R
Not really a very attractive proposition as a case when you can get the Fractal Design Node 605 for the same price (give or take 10%) and its a much better case.
yep, i expect like they put the psu on the front so the case could more compact
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