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SilverStone Whitewashes SST-PS07

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  1. btarunr

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    SilverStone unveiled a white-colored Precision Series PS07 chassis. Pictured below, the case carries model number "SST-PS07W", it has all-white exterior and interior. It supports motherboards in micro-ATX and mini-ITX form-factors. Internally, the motherboard tray is inverted (à la BTX), and its PSU tray is located on the top. It features two 5.25" drive bays, one exposed 3.5" drive bay (includes a hot-swap caddie), five internal 3.5" bays, and one 2.5" bay. Cooling system includes two 120 mm 1200 RPM fans in the front, and provision for one 120 mm fan on the rear. The front-panel includes two USB 3.0 ports. The framework of the case is made of steel, its front-panel is made of ABS, with a dash of aluminum.

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    Very nice fridge-freezer! :p
     
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    **awaits to hit shelves**
    Was going to pickup the black version and now I have a decision to make. :)
     
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    the white color looks pretty clean
    its funny, they still mark FDD on it :D
     
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    I was told shipments wont arrive until the end of next week for this chassis to the US;) You got a little time to save your pennies:D
     
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    If i had the extra $$$ i'd watercool this box, small but functional. It look's it anyways
     
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    Looks like a nice feature rich M-ATX case.
     
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    Do some custom mock up on the HDD bays and you have internal 120.2

    thanks peet for the info :rockout:
     
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    Looking the pics I realized you could put a 120.2 and 120 rads inside this case. I see I'm not the only one.

    Would be cool to use white rads, white tubing, white fittings, etc.

    It would look like it snowed in there. :D
     
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    That's what i was hinting at ;) Plus you could hang a single 120mm out the back so i see this supporting 120.3 without much hassle :)
     
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    Frick Fishfaced Nincompoop

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    The front is kinda ugly imo otherwise it's nice.
     
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    Nice pick Bud- just delivered the build I did with the black version and they loved it.

    ** Caution- avoid modular PSU's for this case. There is not much/no room for the plugs between the PSU and the optical drives....

    Good News is you can fit nearly an entire PSU's complement of cables tucked neatly behind the board and in a pocket near the PSU bay :rockout: :toast:

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    I was able to put in a Xig Gaia cooler with room to spare :)
     
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    Far out, would love to do a blue/white themed build in this case. Some nice blue/white sleeving along with some blue accented fans and components would make a badass rig!
     
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    oh, my eyes! too white!
     

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