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Silverstone Precision PS08

Discussion in 'Reviews' started by Darksaber, Dec 25, 2012.

  1. Darksaber

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    This case is for those who needs smaller case and mid tower is too big for them
     
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    Ive been looking for a mATX case that's small

    inches 6.7 W x 14 H x 15.7 D
     
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    Or when mITX case is way too small for a gaming rig ... these can be pain in the ass with cooler clearance space issues, PSU power/size, case spaciness, fan noise and cooling capacity.

    Although this case hits a sweet spot for living room gaming rigs, I wonder why they opted for a PSU on top configuration.
     
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    Not a bad case for the price but i just don't like cases with the psu at the top
     
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    you gave a 8 to a cheap stamped out sheet metal case?

    I look forward to see Silverstone cases... generally!
     
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    Looks cheap, low quality and old fashioned with the 80/92mm fans.
     
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    Good review, not silverstone's prettiest case, but not their ugliest either.
     
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    I actually quite like the look of this case. Was wondering if I'd get enough cooling for an Intel Core i5 750 with a Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 Pro v2 and a XFX Radeon HD 5770?
     
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    I normally wouldn't be so frank...but this case is not up to Silverstone's quality standards and it's rather ugly. I think the PS-07 is much better, or even a step up and a very nice m-atx case is the TJ-08e. Both can be had for under a $100. I even think I saw the PS-07 for 68. on Amazon last time I looked.

    Excellent pictures as usual though guys. Keep up the great work.

    Liquid Cool
     

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