Friday, September 11th 2020

SilverStone Intros Precision PS15 PRO Micro-ATX Chassis

SilverStone today introduced the Precision PS15 PRO, a Micro-ATX tower type chassis that implements many of the contemporary design elements, such as an airy mesh front intake, a tempered glass side panel, and a couple of 120 mm ARGB fans pre-installed along the front panel, along with a 120 mm rear fan. Inside, the case serves up room for graphics cards up to 31.4 cm in length, CPU coolers up to 15.4 cm in height, and PSUs up to 15 cm in length.

Ventilation options on the PS15 PRO includes two 140 mm/120 mm front intakes (both of which are occupied with the factory-fitted 120 mm ARGB intake fans); two 120 mm or one 140 mm top exhaust, and a 120 mm rear exhaust. The top panel features a detachable dust filter. You can mount a 240 mm x 120 mm radiator along the front panel. Storage options include a single 3.5-inch drive bay, and two 2.5-inch mounts. A couple of USB 3.x type-A ports and HDA jacks make for the front-panel IO. A 4-channel ARGB controller module is included. The case measures 192 mm (W) x 381 mm (H) x 351 mm (D). The company didn't reveal pricing.
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6 Comments on SilverStone Intros Precision PS15 PRO Micro-ATX Chassis

Pretty cool case for a midsize no frills 3090 build. I wonder if there could be a no fan version so that we could spec our own fans. 60-70$ would be an acceptable price.
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Not the one for me, but if you don't need 5'25 bays and don't care about RGB or swap them, it's a pretty well thought out small case.
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meh... moar of the same ole same same..a.G.i.A.n :)
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I like it, price will be number one factor, but I can see myself doing an air cooled non rgb, simple 1K build with it.
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Ugh, it's not great and it looks cheap+nasty, but at least it's mesh and mATX, so it's automatically better than anything oversized and undercooled by dumb TG front panels....
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Silverstone has always included thoughtful touches in their designs and they've made good use of space to make usable compact cases. Magnetic fan screens, for example, are very easy to remove for cleaning. They also pushed early adoption of USB3 ports and the use of SFX and SFX-L power supplies with sufficient power for gaming PCs. Silverstone RL08 or LD01 micro-ATX cases still have better radiator support (front and/or top mounted 280x140mm) than will fit in the PS15 Pro.
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