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SilverStone Releases the RAVEN Z Mini-ITX PC Case

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  1. Cristian_25H

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    SilverStone Technology has now officially released the newest member of its RAVEN line of PC cases, a SFF (small form factor) model named RAVEN Z (SST-RVZ01). This chassis measures 382 (W) x 105 (H) x 350 (D) mm, it has a steel body and reinforced plastic panels, and features support for mini-ITX and DTX motherboards, a front I/O panel with two USB 3.0 ports, one slim (slot-loading) optical drive bay, one 3.5-inch and three 2.5-inch HDD/SSD slots, space for one SFX power supply and two pre-installed 1,200 RPM fans (top and bottom).

    The RAVEN Z costs £56 / €68 and should be hitting stores this week.

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    Really good if it won't be too expensive.
    EDIT: Couldn't read till the end, good price.
     
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    I realized I am a fan of Silverstone. Before I just liked their products, but now there are so many I enjoy I decided I will support the guys as a fan :). Awesome case btw.
     
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    68 ? a pci riser alone is 10 ish, that great value
     
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    No PS out of the box for that price? Mrmm. With a PS in it and I'd be much more interested (at that price).
     
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    Could be a good basis for a Steam Box. Interesting.
     
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    I hope they will release clean look version.. I don't realy like raven look..
     
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    Looks like a gaming console...
     
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    That's the point really.
     
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    the prices are in only pound/euro. does this mean it is a europe only release, or will there be a US version?
     
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    I am waiting for Corsair Obsidian 250D in Canada. I had my eyes on the Raven version but I dislike the appearance.
     
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    yeah
    but the internal looks ok
    the exterior is kinda duh..
     
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    Shhh... don't give VAlLVe any ideas...
     
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