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SilverStone Rolls Out the FT03-MINI PC Case

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  1. Cristian_25H

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    Taiwanese company SilverStone Technology has just announced the European release of the FT03-MINI PC chassis aka the little brother of the Fortress FT03 (introduced last year). Hitting stores in two color versions - black and silver, the FT03-MINI measures 188.9 (W) x 397 (H)x 235.1 (D) mm, it weights 4.7 kg and features a steel structure, an aluminum outer shell, support for DTX and Mini-ITX motherboards, as well as for one graphics card up to 10 inches long.

    SilverStone's case also has one slot for a slim optical drive, one 3.5-inch and two 2.5-inch drive bays, an I/O panel with two USB 3.0 ports, and a built-in 140 mm Air Penetrator fan.

    The FT03-MINI has a recommended price tag of 106.90 Euro.

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    Nice design
     
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    expensive.
     
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    Usual for Silverstone and Lian-Li
     
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    Awesome. I think mini itx is even better than micro.
     
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    Often times just as capable too, unless dual-graphics are used.
     
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    if you could put a GTX690 in it :toast:
     

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