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SilverStone Front Panel and SECC Body Micro ATX HTPC Computer Case GD04B (Black)


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  • Micro ATX HTPC
  • Three Silent 120mm Fans Included
  • Positive Air Pressure Design
  • Support Expansion Cards up to 10.5 inches
  • Support 2.5 in HDD or SDD

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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Silverstone Tek
  • Model: GD04B
  • Item Package Quantity: 1
  • Color Name: Black
  • Warranty: one year

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 22 x 20 x 11 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 15.6 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B002QEBGQK
  • Item model number: GD04B
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (30 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: April 2, 2004

Product Description

SILVERSTONE GD04B Black Aluminum Front Panel and SECC body Micro ATX HTPC Computer Case - Retail

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Very solid construction.
G. Mullen
One of the main reasons I bought this case was it's depth - I only have 15" or so available depth in my A/V cabinet - and it fits perfectly with my other components.
ELVEEZ
The fans are quiet enough and it remains cool.
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By B. Campbell on March 17, 2010
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I stumbled across this case when researching cases that used the profile of a DVD player. The trade-offs of those cases (more expensive processors, proprietary components, limited optical drive options) made me look at Micro-ATX cases. The main problem I had with these was they wouldn't fit under my TV (I only have 14" available depth) or they wouldn't look at home next to other stereo components - until I ran into this beauty.

This case is a marvel in packaging design, and should be on anyone's short list where depth is a major consideration. It's smaller than most audio receivers, yet has space for a Micro-ATX motherboard, a full-size power supply, a full-size DVD/Blu-ray drive, two hard drives and three full-length expansion cards. It has amazing airflow management, with three 120mm fans literally pushing air through the case at all times. The front of the case is brushed aluminum, and looks right at home next to my Denon receiver. While it's a little more than twice the height of a cable box, the trade-off is more than worth it insofar as I have much more expansion flexiblity (e.g. low profile cases don't support full-length cards or Cross-Fire/SLI configurations, both of which this case can easliy accomodate.)

There are two odd quirks that peoople should people should be aware of with this case. While neither, in my opinon, is a show-stopper, they are unique aspects of this design that anyone doing a build should be aware of:

First, to give the front panel a uniform appearance, there's a piece that attaches to the front of the optical drive with double sided tape. This setup doesn't work with full-width drive doors, like the ones found on most LG units, but shouldn't be a problem with any Lite-On or Samsung drive I've seen.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By JB on June 22, 2010
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I was suprised just how well everything worked and how easy it was to build a near silent gaming system. Lots of airflow and very little noise even for for some one that is very sensitive about this. Ii was able to fit a small tower CPU cooler in with a small CD player but if you want heavy over clocking you will want a slightly taller case. This is for a HtPC and does that job very very well.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By G. Mullen on January 21, 2010
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Looks great and fits into my entertainment system perfectly. Very solid construction.

The only issue I had was that the CPU on my MB is directly under the DVD drive, which prevented good airflow. This caused the CPU to overheat and the system to periodically shutdown. I never used the DVD drive, so I just took it out. Since then I haven't had any problems.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Ryan on January 7, 2012
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This case is made of high quality materials. The face is about 1/4" thick aluminum, I guess. Very solid. I was suprised how well the stick-on drive door cover works and you would never know by looking at the outside. It looks great inside my cabinet with my Sony receiver. Now these are the only two components in my cabinet and they are the same size and color, giving it a very clean look.

This was my first time building a PC and it was very easy with this case, with a few minor issues. I took all of my original components out of a factory HP machine and moved them into this case, while adding an additional TV tuner card. Like some others, I had to glue extra material on the optical drive button to get it to reach all the way to the "real" button on the drive. I also had to buy a longer SATA cable for the hard drive. For some reason, when I tried plugging in one of the fans that are included with the case into the MoBo, my HP didn't detect it and wouldn't boot up. So I had to add a rear fan that the HP would recognize. This left the 3 fans included with the case plugged directly into the power supply, which keeps them running full speed all the time. As a result, the fans are a bit too noisy. I have the PC inside a cabinet with a glass door and I can still hear the fans. I bought a fan speed controller to lower the fan speeds. However, this case does not offer any extra bays to mount a fan controller so I cut a hole in the side of the case for the fan control knobs. Next time, I would probably buy a case with a spare slot on the front available for a fan controller.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By P. Potera on August 27, 2010
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Yes, this case is great as you can see from other reviews. I'll add a bit more info, in case you're concerned with selecting components. I'm not sure which LG drives one of the reviewers was talking about, but I can tell you that LG BH10LS30 fits perfectly. I was concerned about the little silver strip in the front and the low profile button, but it works great with this case. Memory with heat sinks is fine too, as long as they're reasonable. G.SKILL ripjaws fit fine. No issues with Core i3/i5/i7 stock fans. Get a highly modular power supply if you can. You may not be able to use the same power cable for the hard drive and the optical drive, esp. if you have expansion cards. So, try to get one with a very short SATA power cable for the hard drives, regular length for the optical drive, and a very short molex for the fans - sorry, no suggestion here. You will be cramped with a non-modular power supply, but you will probably fit. I'm using Antec Basiq 550W - it's a bit more cramped than I'd like, but it works fine.
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