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SilverStone Intros Sugo SG05 PC Chassis, Suited for Small Form Factor PCs

SilverStone Technology introduced today SG05, a new member of the Sugo family of barebone computer cases. Measuring just 218mm x 276mm x 175mm, this is without a doubt a small form factor PC case that fits a mini-ITX or mini-DTX motherboard with two PCI slots, and single graphics that's up to 230mm in length. The case comes with a 300W PSU, and there's room for a slim laptop-like optical drive, as well as one 3.5-inch drive or two 2.5-inch drives. Cooling is provided by a single 120mm front mounted intake fan. SilverStone warns that processor coolers should be smaller than 82mm in order to fit inside. The front of the case also features audio outputs and two USB ports. Retails availability of the SilverSonte Sugo SG05 is planed for mid-January 2009 at a recommended price of €83 excluding VAT. For more information, please visit SilverStone.

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SilverStone Announces the Raven RV01 Chassis, Expect it Next Month

Taiwan's SilverStone Technology has today announced that its big-tower Raven RV01 chassis will be available starting next month at a suggested retail price of €159 + VAT. The case has existed for a fairly long time, but until now it has been a protype. We have covered the design ideas inside the Raven here, but it's worth mentioning some of them again. One thing is for sure, when you first look inside the case you won't see anything familiar. The case is split into different compartments, and the motherboard is angled 90 degrees pointing upwards instead of out the back. This way the chassis which measures 280mm x 616mm x 660mm and weighs 15kg, will push air in parallel from bottom to top. Silverstone engineers also state that the case is suited for quiet operating PCs. In addition, the high-end chassis features a built-in cable management system, five push-button 5.25-inch drive bays, six removable 3.5-inch drive bays, easy-access top-mounted I/O ports, and pre-drilled holes for water-cooling. Click here to find more pics.


Silverstone Raven RV01 PC Chassis Final Design Spotted

First introduced back in June during Computex Taipei, Silverstone Raven RV01 delivers a new approach to the way computer hardware is supposed to fit inside a case. Silverstone has basically reinvented the case as we know it – inside the Raven RV01 the motherboard is angled 90 degrees pointing upwards instead of out the back. This means that the whole I/O side of your PC will go on the top of the case, as well as all the heat generated by the video cards will leave from the top of the case, not the back. VR-Zone has scored several photos of the final design of the case, to give you an idea. The unique design of Raven RV01 has already been patented by Silverstone, and cases that look the same as the one pictured are supposed to become available sometime around Christmas. The price of the case is set at MSRP of US$199. Unfortunately, there are no technical specs yet.

Source: VR-Zone

SilverStone Launches SST Clear CMOS Button for Everyone

Coming out of nowhere I just found that SilverStone, a company that specializes in building high-end enclosures, has just launched a neat product that will certainly please all overclockers and computer enthusiasts. SilverStone SST-CLEARCMOS, as it is called, is an universal clear CMOS button on a backplate which works with every motherboard that has 3-pin clear CMOS pinouts. That allows you to quickly clear the CMOS for recovering from failed overclocking attempts, updating BIOS, or resetting BIOS without the need to open your PC. It's pretty cool, all you need to do is take away the CMOS jumper from your motherboard, connect the three SST-CLEARCMOS wires, and fix the backplate to a free PCI slot in your case.

Source: Hardware Secrets

CeBIT 2008: New Silverstone Mid-tower Case

Silverstone has the odd new product at CeBIT 2008, the main one being a mid-sized ATX tower that managed to sneak an exclusive look at earlier today. What's worth seing in this aluminum chassis are the two 200mm fans inside, one mounted up front against the hard drives, the other up on the top. This pre-production sample also has 5x bays for optical drives, along with space for up to seven 3.5-inch HDDs.

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Silverstone TJ10 ESA Edition Available Next Month

Silverstone has informed VR-Zone that Temjin TJ10 ESA Edition is slated to start retailing by the end of February (pricing to be updated later). The difference from the original TJ-10 is that Silverstone has implemented an ESA (Enthusiast System Architecture) controller in the new version that works with ESA certified motherboards to provide full system monitoring and thermal control. What is ESA?

Source: VR-Zone

SilverStone Introduces New Strider PSUs

SilverStone has just launched two new 350W and 500W power supplies: the ST35F and ST50F. The Strider series power supply units feature active PFC, dual +12V rails for newest systems, four serial ATA connectors, intelligent 120mm variable speed fan and 80% efficiency. The 500W ST50F also features two 6pin PCI-E connectors for dual graphics cards. The ST35F is available in Europe for 42EUR (without VAT) and the ST50F for 64EUR (without VAT).

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Silverstone Intros 1kW Olympia PSU

Silverstone recently introduced another performance enthusiast oriented power supply, the Olympia OP1000. The OP1000 is ideal for high-end industrial server PCs and future multi-core CPU and GPU systems. Reaching the 1000 continuous power output rated up to 50'C, this power supply unit(PSU) has intelligent fan controller for quiet operation(25 dBA @300W or below, 42dBA@ 1000W), a massive single 80A(88A peak) +12V rail and 1100W peak power output. The Olympia OP1000 features 4x PCI-E 6pin connectors, dual 8pin connectors, six Serial ATA connectors, Active PFC and support for ATX 12V 2.2 & EPS 12V. For more information, please click here.Source: Silverstone
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