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SilverStone Intros Hydrogon D120 ARGB Dual Fin-stack CPU Cooler

SilverStone today introduced the Hydrogon D120 ARGB a "slim" aluminium dual fin-stack CPU cooler. The cooler features a "D-type" dual fin-stack heatsink with slim fin-stacks that contribute to an overall cooler depth of just 112 mm with both fans in place (comparable to a single fin-stack cooler with a push-pull fans arrangement). The two fin-stacks are skewered by six 6 mm-thick nickel-plated copper heat pipes that make indirect contact with the CPU over a mirror-finish nickel-plated copper base. The heat pipes progress upward in a bent fashion as shown in the pictures below, to free up clearance around the memory area of your motherboard.

A pair of 120 mm, 9-blade ARGB-illuminated fans are included with the SilverStone Hydrogon D120 ARGB. Each of these take in 4-pin PWM for the main function, and 3-pin ARGB for the lighting. The fans feature hydraulic bearings, turn up to 1,850 RPM, each pushing up to 56.23 CFM of air-flow, with a noise output of 30.5 dBA. Among the CPU socket types supported are AM4, LGA115x, LGA1200, and LGA2066. The cooler measures 125 mm (W) x 153 mm (H) x 112 mm (D), weighing 885 g (including fans). The company didn't reveal pricing.

SilverStone Launches Budget-Minded, 80-Plus Bronze ET500-ARGB PSU

SilverStone has added a new budget option to its lineup, whilst keeping it hip by integrating an ARGB fan (120 mm rated at 18 dBA, with dynamic speeds according to PSU load). There are 17 separate lighting effects available to be cycled at the touch of a button on the PSU's back panel. The new ET500-ARGB PSU features a 500 W output capacity with 80-Plus Bronze efficiency levels. The PSU features a + 12 V single rail design, with a maximum output of 38 A. As it is a budget PSU, there's no place for modular cabling here; the cables that do exist, however, all feature a flat design for easier cable management. The ET500-ARGB offers 1x ATX 24-pin, 1x CPU 8-pin, 1x CPU 4 + 4 pin, 2x PCI-Express 6 + 2 pins, 3x 4-pin, and 4x SATA outputs, which should be enough for budget-minded users.

The ET500-ARGB PSU features the most common protections (Over Current Protection, Over Voltage Protection, Overload Protection, Short Circuit Protection, and Overheat protection, and an Active PFC circuit (full load PF> 0.9) all in an enclosure measuring 150 mm width, 140 mm depth, 86 mm height, and weighing 1.37 Kg. No pricing information was available at time of writing.

SilverStone Intros SX1000, a 1000W SFX-L Power Supply

SilverStone rolled out its most powerful PSU in the SFX-L form-factor, the SX1000. This 1000-Watt beast tops the power-density charts for SilverStone, and offers connectivity to power even an HEDT or workstation. Under the hood, the SX1000 features a single 83.3 A +12 V rail, active PFC, DC-to-DC switching, and boasts of 80 Plus Platinum efficiency. The PSU features most common electrical protections, against over/under-voltage, overload, overheat, and short-circuit. A 120 mm double ball bearing fan is used to keep the PSU cool, which remains off when the load is under 200 W. The SilverStone SX1000 features full modular cabling. Connectors include a 24-pin ATX, two 4+4 pin EPS, six 6+2 pin PCIe power, eight SATA power, three Molex, and one Berg. The company didn't reveal pricing.

SilverStone Intros Nightjar NJ700 Fanless PSU

SilverStone today introduced the Nightjar NJ700, a premium power supply that's completely fanless. This 700-Watt PSU boasts of Cybenetics Titanium and 80 Plus Titanium switching efficiency ratings; and on virtue of being fanless, bags Cybenetics Acoustic A++ rating. It features a single +12 V rail design, with 100% Japanese capacitors, and ±2% voltage regulation, and ripple suppression. It offers full modular cabling, with enough juice and straws for a fairly powerful gaming PC. Connectors include a 24-pin ATX, two 4+4 pin EPS, four 6+2 pin PCIe power, twelve SATA power, and a handful 4-pin Molex and Berg connectors. The PSU offers active PFC, and protection against over/under-voltage, overload, overheat, and short-circuit. The company didn't reveal pricing.

SilverStone Rolls Out FARA H1 M Chassis

SilverStone today rolled out the FARA H1 M, a Micro-ATX tower case (model: SST-FAH1MB). It shares much of its design language with the ATX FARA B1 from 2019, but incorporates an airy mesh front-panel, with a fine steel outer mesh, and a sturdy hexagonal inner lattice. The case features a conventional horizontally-partitioned layout, with the upper compartment having room for graphics cards up to 32 cm in length, and CPU coolers up to 16 cm in height. Storage options include two 3.5-inch bays that can each hold 2.5-inch; and two additional 2.5-inch mounts.

Ventilation options on the SilverStone FARA H1 M include two 140 mm / 120 mm front intakes, two 120 mm top exhausts, and a 120 mm rear exhaust. You can mount a 240 mm x 120 mm radiator along the front panel. Front-panel connectivity includes a USB 3.0 port, two USB 2.0/1.1 ports, and HDA jacks. The case measures 210 mm (W) x 392 mm (H) x 366 mm (D), and is made of SECC steel with ABS plastic bits. The company didn't reveal pricing.

SilverStone Intros MS12, M.2-2280 to USB 3.2x2 External Enclosure

SilverStone today introduced the MS12, an external SSD enclosure designed for M.2-2280 SSDs with PCIe/NVMe interface. The enclosure features a PCI-Express 3.0 x4 interface, which it converts to USB 3.2x2 (20 Gbps), put out from a USB-C connector, with a single handling both power and host-connectivity. The enclosure features an aluminium body which doubles up as a heatsink for the enclosed SSD. An ASMedia ASM23364 bridge chip is in-charge of things under the hood, and is capable of transfer speeds of up to 2,000 MB/s. The enclosure measures 106.5 mm x 33.3 mm x 15.3 mm (WxDxH), weighing about 53 g. A 30 cm USB-C cable, and thermal pad comes included. The company didn't mention pricing.

SilverStone Intros AD120-DC Pico Power Supply

SilverStone today introduced the AD120-DC, a pico power-supply designed for SFF builds without enough room for PSU, and which rely on power-bricks. It is, quite literally, a 120 W power brick that puts out a 12 V, 2-pin DC output. You can either plug this directly to motherboards that have 2-pin DC inputs, or use the included distribution board that takes in this 2-pin DC input, and uses DC-to-DC switching to put out a conventional 24-pin ATX connector, an 8-pin EPS, and various peripheral connectors such as SATA power, Molex, etc. The brick measures 160 mm x 25 mm x 45 mm (DxHxW). The company didn't reveal pricing or availability.

SilverStone Introduces PermaFrost PF360W and PF240W AIO CPU Coolers

SilverStone today introduced white color trims of two of its PermaFrost series all-in-one, closed-loop, liquid CPU coolers. These include the PF360W with its 360 mm x 120 mm radiator, and the PF240W with its 240 mm x 120 mm radiator. The white trim extends from the pump-block body, through the Nylon sleeving of the coolant tubes, onto the radiator (including its aluminium fins), and the included Air Blazer 120RW fans.

The pump-block features an ARGB LED ornament with SilverStone's characteristic snowflake logo, and each of the included fans features ARGB LEDs at the impeller hub, with the impeller serving as a diffuser. Both models include an RGB controller module that cycles between 10 lighting presets, although you can directly plug the cooler into a 3-pin ARGB header of your motherboard for software control. Each of the included Air Blazer 120RW fans turn at speeds ranging between 600 and 2,200 RPM, pushing up to 92 CFM of air-flow with 3.53 mm H₂O static pressure, and 7.4 to 35.6 dBA noise output. Among the CPU socket types supported are LGA1200, AM4, LGA115x, and LGA2066. The company didn't reveal pricing.

Silverstone Intros VIVA Line of Mainstream PSUs

Silverstone today introduced the VIVA line of mainstream PSUs. Available in mid-range capacities of 550 W, 650 W, and 750 W, these PSUs offer fixed cabling, and cover all the essentials for a gaming PC build. Under the hood, the VIVA series features a single +12 V rail design, 80 Plus Bronze efficiency, active PFC, and most common electrical protections, against over/under-voltage, overload, and short-circuit. All three models offer flat black cables. A 120 mm noise-optimized fan with 18 dBA minimum noise output, cools the PSU. All three models come with two 4+4 pin EPS connectors. The 750 W model includes four 6+2 pin PCIe power connectors, while the 550 W and 650 W models have two. The VIVA series PSUs are build in a 14 cm long chassis. The company didn't reveal pricing or warranty information.

SilverStone Intros SX750 SFX Power Supply

SilverStone earlier this week unveiled the SX750, a new premium power supply in the compact SFX form-factor. With a depth of just 10 cm. This compact powerhouse puts out 750 W of power, offers full modular cabling, and boasts of 80 Plus Platinum efficiency. Under the hood, it features a single +12 V rail design, 100% Japanese capacitors, most common electrical protections, APFC, and strict ±3% voltage regulation. It uses a 92 mm dual ball bearing fan that is programmed to stay off when the PSU is pulling below 260 W load. All cables included with the SilverStone SX750 are flat, ribbon-type. Connectors include a 24-pin ATX, up to three 8-pin EPS cables, four 6+2 pin PCIe power, eight SATA power, three Molex and a Berg. The company didn't reveal pricing.

SilverStone Announces the IceGem Line of AIO Liquid CPU Coolers

SilverStone today rolled out the IceGem line of all-in-one, closed-loop, liquid CPU coolers. The IceGem comes in three variants based on radiator size, the IceGem 360 (360 mm x 120 mm), IceGem 280 (280 mm x 140 mm), and the IceGem 240P (240 mm x 120 mm). It's pertinent to note here, that while the radiators of the 360 and 280 variants are 28 mm thick, the 240P stands out with a thicker 38 mm radiator. The IceGem series is characterized by a large, somewhat octagonal pump-block unit with a crystal crown-like acrylic ARGB diffuser ornament on top; Nylon sleeved tubing, the latest-generation 3-phase, 6-pole pump-block design, and a large rectangular cold-plate that has enough surface area to cover even the largest AMD Threadripper processors. All three variants in the series support sockets TR4 and sTRX4, besides LGA1200/115x, AM4, and LGA2066.

The radiator features aluminium finnage, and depending on the model, two or three pressure-optimized fans with ARGB lighting. The 240P and 360 variants include 120 mm fans that turn at between 600 to 2,200 RPM, pushing up to 93.4 CFM of airflow, 3.18 mm H₂O static pressure, and 7.3 to 36.6 dBA noise output, each. The 140 mm fans included with the 280 variant turns at 600 to 1,600 RPM, pushing up to 99.20 CFM of airflow, at 3.1 mm H₂O static pressure, and 9.8 to 23.4 dBA noise output. SilverStone rates the 240P variant as being capable of handling thermal loads of up to 280 W, the 280 variant up to 320 W, and the top 360 variant up to 350 W. All three variants are backed by 3-year warranties, although in some markets the warranty could be as high as 5-year. The IceGem 240P is priced at USD $139.99, the IceGem 280 at $159.99, and the IceGem 360 at $169.99.

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.

Silverstone Intros DA1650 High-Wattage Modular PSU

SilverStone today introduced the DA1650, a 1650 W high-end PSU. With a length of 180 mm, the DA1650 has some of the highest power densities on the market, more so given that it's a fully modular PSU (modular cabling adds to the length of a PSU). The extreme Wattage enables the PSU to run completely fanless up to 30% of its capacity or 495 W. Under the hood, the DA1650 features a single +12 V rail design, with a gargantuan 137.5 A rail. It features DC-to-DC switching, active PFC, and most common electrical protections, against over/under-voltage, overload (if you try to crank a truck with this thing), overheat, and short-circuit.

The SilverStone DA1650 offers 80 Plus Gold efficiency, along with ETA A and Lambda S+ certifications. The PSU is designed for 24/7 continuous operation in an environment with up to 50 °C ambient temperature. It uses a 135 mm fluid-dynamic bearing fan to keep cool. Connectors include one 24-pin ATX, four 4+4 pin EPS, twelve 6+2 pin PCIe power, sixteen SATA power, six Molex, and a Berg.

Update Aug 27th: SilverStone informed us that the DA1650 will be backed by a 5-year warranty, and priced at USD $330.

Silverstone Intros Sugo 14 Cube Type Mini-ITX Case

Silverstone today introduced an innovative new cube-type Mini-ITX case, the Sugo 14 (model: SST-SG14B). This cuboid-shaped case can be oriented in two ways, with its longer front-face side along the base, or sideways, along the shorter side. Inside, you get a wealth of customization options, including the ability to mount triple-slot graphics cards up to 33 cm in length, CPU coolers up to 18.2 cm in height, and a highly versatile contraption that can be used to mount a 5.25-inch drive (or an optional Silverstone external caddie), an AIO CLC radiator, a couple of 3.5-inch drives, a combination of a 3.5-inch drive and a 120 mm CLC radiator, etc. Besides this, you get three 3.5-inch drive mounts. Cooling includes a 140 mm rear exhaust, and two 120 mm vents along a side panel. The case measures 247 mm x 368.1 mm x 215 mm. The company didn't reveal pricing.

SilverStone Intros ET-MG Line of 80 Plus Gold, Full-Modular PSUs

SilverStone today introduced the ET-MG line of upper-mid range PSUs. Available in 500 W (ET-500MG) and 600 W (ET-600MG) variants, these PSUs offer full modular cabling, with cables for a premium single-GPU gaming PC build. Under the hood, the ET-MG series features a single +12 V rail design with 80 Plus Gold efficiency, 100% Japanese capacitors, and most common electric protections (against over/under-voltage, overload, overheat, and short-circuit). Interestingly, both models offer two 4+4-pin EPS connectors; and two 6+2 pin PCIe power connectors. While the 600 W model offers eight SATA power connectors, the 500 W model offers four. Both PSUs use a 135 mm fan that offers 18 dBA noise output under typical load. Both include flat black modular cables. The company didn't reveal pricing.

SilverStone Also Rolls Out PI02 Aluminium Case for SBCs

SilverStone, in addition to its Milo ML02B variable-height case, unveiled the PI02. This super-compact case made of premium brushed aluminium is designed for Raspberry Pi 4 model B SBCs, and is a 4-piece design consisting of the two halves of the case, and two tiny aluminium heatsinks that convey heat from the SoC and USB 3.0 controller to the body of the case, which doubles up as a heatsink. Thermal pads are included with these aluminium bits. The case also offers holes aligning with USB-C, micro-HDMI, AV output, WLAN antenna, and a cutout for a GPIO ribbon cable to come out. The tiny case measures 94.2 mm x 33.7 mm x 65 mm (WxHxD), dry weighing 116 g. The company didn't reveal pricing.

SilverStone Unveils Milo 10 Variable Height Mini PC Case

SilverStone today unveiled the Milo 10 (model: SST-ML10B), a unique Mini-ITX case that offers you the freedom to change its height as you see fit. The case includes two sets of front- and top panels, letting you adjust its height from 63 mm to 84 mm (2.8 L to 3.7 L volume). In its standard height configuration, the case offers room for a two 2.5-inch drives and CPU coolers up to 31 mm in height. In the next configuration (used with the elevated front- and top panels), you get room for a 3.5-inch drive and 29 mm CPU cooler headroom. This kit also allows you room for two 2.5-inch drive bays in addition to a slimline optical drive, leaving 31 mm CPU cooler headroom. Other configurations include keeping the standard layout, but utilizing the additional headroom of the 84 mm kit for additional fans, or room for a taller 63 mm cooler. The case's other dimensions include 196 mm x 227 mm (WxD). The company didn't reveal pricing.

SilverStone Rolls Out Lucid LD03-AF Case, Improved VGA Airflow vs. Original LD03

SilverStone rolled out the Lucid series LD03-AF (Airflow version) tower-type case for Mini-ITX and Mini-DTX form-factor platforms, a new variant of the LD03 case from Q1-2019. The case was debuted at the 2020 International CES. What sets the LD03-AF apart from the original LD03 is additional vents on one of the front-facing side panels, designed to improve airflow for graphics cards that feature axial fans. The original LD03 had a slab of glass that smothered graphics cards. Although essentially a cuboid, the case is meant to be displayed with its right side pillars facing forward, as the main glasshouse spans the front and right side panel. Inside, the motherboard tray is aligned perpendicular to the plane of the base, but with its I/O shield pointing upward, such that your graphics card stands along the height of the case.

The LD03-AF serves up room for graphics cards up to 30.9 cm in length, and 16.7 cm in height; and CPU coolers up to 19 cm in height. The case's sole airflow channel is designed to draw air from a 120 mm intake fan at the base, with a 120 mm exhaust fan at the top, both with dust filters. Storage areas include one 3.5-inch and two 2.5-inch drive bays. The case supports SFX and SFX-L PSUs. The case has its own AC receptacle and M-to-F cable leading to your PSU. Measuring 265 mm (W) x 414 mm (H) x 230 mm (D), the case dry-weighs 5.22 kg. The case is expected to be available by June 25, with an expected price around $130.

SilverStone Intros CS330 Case for Video Editing Rigs and Home Servers

SilverStone today announced the CS330, a Micro-ATX mini-tower that looks geared toward video editors or home/small-business server builds, thanks to its eight 3.5-inch drive bays that let you cram dozens of terabytes of storage. The case offers three 3.5-inch hot-swap caddies with SATA and SAS 12 Gbps backplanes; four internal 3.5-inch bays, and an additional single 3.5-inch/2.5-inch bay, totaling up to eight storage devices, not counting the M.2 drives you may have installed on your motherboard.

A 180 mm air-penetrator fan conveys heat between the storage area and the motherboard tray. The Micro-ATX motherboard tray is oriented BTX-style (upside down), offering room for graphics cards up to 36 cm in length (even with all drive cages in place), and CPU coolers up to 16.5 cm in height. Front panel connectivity includes a pair of USB 3.x type-A ports, and HDA jacks. The case measures 210 mm (W) x 374 mm (H) x 385 mm (D), weighing a little over 6 kg.

SilverStone Rolls Out PP07E Series PSU Cable Extensions

SilverStone today rolled out the PP07E line of PSU cable extensions. The lineup mainly consists of two color schemes - all black and black+white. The extensions feature individually-braided cables with 0.08 mm-thick ultra-fine copper, that's extremely malleable and can be bent into complex shapes. Rubber forms the main insulation, with a Nylon-weave braided outer sheath. SilverStone includes plastic combs to help you bunch the individual cables up.

The lineup includes the PP07E-MBBW, which is a 24-pin ATX extension with black and white (alternating) cables. The PP07E-MBB is its all-black twin. The PP07E-EPS8BW is a 4+4 pin EPS extension with black and white cables, while the PP07E-EPS8B is its all-black variant. The PP07E-PCIBW is a white+black 6+2 pin PCIe power extension, while the PP07E-PCIB is its all-black variant. The company didn't reveal pricing. All extensions in the series have 30 cm length (connector to connector). The company didn't reveal pricing.

Silverstone at CES 2020: Cases, PSUs, and Accessories Galore

Silverstone at CES 2020 took the opportunity to showcase selections of their portfolio for the media, ranging from PC cases in major form-factors, PSUs, and a range of "ease-of-life" and aesthetic-driven accessories. Accessory-wise, there's a range of SSD-related products, such as the MS09 stick, which allows conversion of an M.2 SSD to what basically amounts to a USB 3.1 pen drive; other products in this category include the MS09-Mini and the MS11, which improves support for the NVMe protocol. The ECM26 is a PCIe adapter for M.2 sticks, while the Silverstone TP02-M2 presents itself as a heatsink for installation on non-passive-cooled M.2 SSDs.

Continuing the SSD accessories galore, there are a number of other solutions, including a tool-less NMVe to PCIe adapter (ECM21-E), an ARGB powered one (ECM24-ARGB, which includes a heatsink), a simpler, non-ARGB one with a heatsink (ECM23), and my personal favorite, a docking station for a barebones M.2 drive you may have around, in the form of the TS16 station. The presence of a Power button very surely means this can't be hot-swapped - the risk of data-loss is real.

SilverStone Unveils Essential Series ET700 PSU

SilverStone unveiled its Essential Series ET700 (model: SST-ET700MG), a 700-Watt power supply that offers a high cost/performance ratio, competing with the likes of the Antec HCG Gold, Cooler Master MWE Gold, etc. The PSU offers 80 Plus Gold efficiency, fully modular cabling, with flat ribbon cables. You get some HEDT-friendly features such as two 8-pin EPS connectors (one of which splits to 4+4 pin), besides staples such as four 6+2 pin PCIe power connectors, eight SATA power, three Molex, a Berg, and of course the 24-pin ATX.

Under the hood, the ET700 features a single +12V rail design, and most common electrical protections, such as over/under-voltage, overload, overheat, and short-circuit protection. A 135 mm fan is used to keep the unit cool, which whispers at 18 dBA (minimum) up to 60% load, and only ramps up beyond that. Designed by SilverStone with complete control over components selection, the ET700 is fabricated by CWT. US availability of the ET700 is slated for late-January or early-February, 2020. When released, it will cost USD $130, and 100€ across the pond.

SilverStone Rolls Out the FARA B1 Mid-tower Chassis

SilverStone today rolled out the FARA B1, an ATX mid-tower chassis that covers the essentials for a contemporary gaming PC build. Its design involves a mostly matte-black front facade, with large front intakes through a "star-crossed" grille, and a tinted tempered glass side panel. The SilverStone logo along the front panel illuminates. Inside, you get a horizontally partitioned layout. The upper compartment has room for ATX (or smaller) motherboard form-factors; graphics cards up to 32.5 cm in length, and CPU coolers up to 16.5 cm in height.

The bottom compartment of the SilverStone FARA B1 has the PSU bay, and a single 3.5-inch drive tray, which can also hold 2.5-inch drives. On top of this tiny drive cage is a 2.5-inch mount. There are two additional 2.5-inch mounts behind the motherboard tray. Ventilation includes 3x 120 mm or 2x 140 mm front intakes; 2x 140 mm or 2x 120 mm top exhausts with a detachable dust filter, and a 120 mm rear exhaust. You can mount a radiator as big as 280 mm x 140 mm along the front panel, and one as big as 240 mm x 120 mm along the top exhaust. Front panel connectivity includes two USB 3.x type-A ports, a USB 2.0/1.1 type-A port, and a 3.5 mm combo headset jack. The case measures 207 mm (W) x 446 mm (H) x 401 mm (D). The company didn't reveal pricing.

SilverStone Unveils CS381 Chassis for DIY NAS + Creation Rigs

Today's NAS servers are getting increasingly powerful, and rising beyond their mandate of providing storage over the network, with media and production/creation capabilities being added to them via fast x86 processors and GPUs. SilverStone is targeting this market with its new CS381 pedestal chassis. Measuring 400mm (W) x 225mm (H) x 232mm (D), with a volume of 30 liters, the case offers eight 3.5-inch hot-swap caddies behind a lockable front bezel. These 8 caddies are split into two columns of 4 caddies, each, which have SATA 6 Gbps and miniSAS 12G HD backplanes. There are also two concealed 2.5-inch mounts for your SSDs.

The CS381 has room for a micro-ATX motherboard with room for a full-height graphics card, but a CPU cooler only as tall as 6 cm, which is plenty of room for the pump-block of an AIO CLC. You can use a CLC with a 240 mm x 120 mm radiator thanks to the two 120 mm rear exhausts. An SFX/SFX-L power-supply bay allows you to deploy a reasonably powerful PSU. Two additional 120 mm fans can be mounted along the sides. Front-panel connectivity includes two USB 3.0 ports, and HDA jacks. The company didn't reveal pricing.

SilverStone Teases OLED Display Equipped Case at Computex 2019

While by no means a draw dropper at this point it seems SilverStone is looking to try something a bit different, teasing a prototype OLED equipped chassis at Computex 2019. Utilizing the ASUS SDK, it connects to an ASUS motherboard and displays pertinent system information such as CPU temperatures on the display. For now, it is only a prototype with no design set in stone with the company still looking into the best way to implement the feature going so far as to consider going with a 5.25" device as well. However, there is one sticking point, and that is the SDK while open in nature currently only works with ASUS motherboards. While the feature is a bit basic for now, the concept itself is still quite impressive and could prove to be an appealing feature if appropriately implemented. For now, all we know is that SilverStone is looking into it.
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