Thursday, November 16th 2017

SilverStone Announces Availability of RedLine RL07 Cases

SilverStone today announced availability of its RedLine RL07 series ATX mid-tower cases. The cases were first unveiled at the 2017 Computex expo. They are characterized by the asymmetric front-panel design in which one half slopes downward, and the other one upward, with the gaps between them being studded with LEDs. The case comes in two principal variants - white with blue LED lighting, and black with red LED lighting. A tempered glass panel forms the left side panel. Under the hood, it features a contemporary horizontally partitioned layout.

The top compartment has room for an ATX/micro-ATX motherboard, with add-on cards up to 41.5 cm in length, and CPU coolers up to 16.7 cm in height. The bottom compartment houses a PSU up to 19 cm in length, and three 3.5-inch drive bays (which each support 2.5-inch drives). Three additional 2.5-inch drive mounts are located behind the motherboard tray. Fan mounts include three 120 mm front intakes (which convert to 2x 140 mm), and a 140 mm rear exhaust. You can mount either a 360 mm x 120 mm radiator along the front-panel, or a 280 mm x 140 mm radiator there (besides smaller radiators). Front panel connectivity includes two each of USB 3.0 and USB 2.0/1.1 ports, and HDA jacks. The company didn't reveal pricing.
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6 Comments on SilverStone Announces Availability of RedLine RL07 Cases

Still reusing the interiors from older cases..
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same ole same ole same same lame lame....... :)
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I just need Sivlerstone to make refreshes of FT02. The most awesome case in serial production ;)
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Farmer Boe
I just need Sivlerstone to make refreshes of FT02. The most awesome case in serial production ;)
I agree 100%! The FT02 is an epic case with amazing airflow but you can really tell it's getting old. We haven't seen a new Fortress case in a long time.
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I always liked a few of the old Silverstone's that flipped the motherboard 180 degree and mounted it on the opposite wall (not 90 degree like the Raven). One reason was my tower sits to the left of me so I am always looking at the back panel, whereas my super old Silverstone had the window on the side that is usually the back panel. Second reason, with the motherboard upside down, the GPU is also upside down with the cooler facing up and visible, which is much nicer looking that a back plate.

I agree about an updated FT02, that was a really nice air cooler case.
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Going purely off of looks the only failure was that front panel. That's just my opinion of course. Looks like a good case other than that.
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