Friday, June 15th 2018

SilverStone Intros New Precision and Sugoi Series Cases

At Computex 2018, SilverStone showed off additions to its premier case lines - Precision and Sugoi. The Precision series is expanded by the new PS07-E (working title) and PS15 micro-ATX cases. The PS15 features a refreshingly simple layout - the motherboard and PSU bays are accessible from the left side, while the drive cage from the right. This way your drive cable clutter, and unused PSU cables are tucked away on the left side, taking advantage of the crawlspace behind the motherboard tray. You get familiar design elements from SilverStone, including a meshed front panel, a large top vent with removable filters, and a tempered glass right side panel. There are five fan bays in all, of which three are 140 mm capable, all 120 mm capable. The case measures 190 mm x 365 mm x 351 mm (WxHxD).

Next up, is the PS07-E micro-ATX tower. This case features a solid brushed metal front unlike the PS15, and a characteristic "hump" up top, which slides down along rails to reveal a 5.25-inch drive bay, three USB 3.0 ports, and HDA jacks. The Sugoi TJ08-Pro is practically identical to this case, but has a meshed front fascia. Inside, both cases feature an upside-down (BTX-style) micro-ATX motherboard tray, bottom-mounted PSU bay, three 3.5-inch drive bays, and two additional 2.5-inch mounts; and a staggering four 140 mm fan mounts, in addition to the 120 mm rear exhaust.
Lastly, there's the Sugoi SG14 mini-ITX case, with a square, meshed front-profile, a pedestal motherboard tray (along the plane of the base), but enough room for two 120 mm fan mounts, a 3.5-inch and a 2.5-inch drive bay, and dimensions of 260 mm x 247 mm x 330 mm (WxHxD). We already caught a glance of the Lucid Clear View series in an older article.
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4 Comments on SilverStone Intros New Precision and Sugoi Series Cases

#1
Nokiron
Silverstone has fallen so far from the venerable FT02. Its sad really...
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#2
Caring1
Very generic and basically useless cases, there are so many better out there.
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micropage7
Nokiron
Silverstone has fallen so far from the venerable FT02. Its sad really...
yep, nope nope

they make it like from generic brand
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GamerNerves
As an owner of Silverstone Temjin case, these looks even better. I like Silverstone's approach: clean look that is easy to eyes, simple to handle, all you basically need without gimmicks. Everyone of these cases look great in my opinion.
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