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SilverStone FT01B Aluminum ATX Mid Tower Uni-Body Computer Case - Retail (Black)

3.3 out of 5 stars 7 customer reviews

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  • Positive air pressure design optimizes cooling performance
  • Uni-body frame construction
  • Dual 180mm silent fans included for outstanding cooling and quietness
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  • Brand Name: SilverStone Technology
  • Model Number: FT01B
  • Item Package Quantity: 1

Product Description

More than two years after the introduction of the world’s first uni-body PC chassis, the SilverStone Temjin TJ07, a new product line was created to extend this unique construction further into other applications. The first model for this line is the Fortress FT01, which sports the same super strong uni-body frame as its predecessor but with even more sleeker profile thanks to its smaller size. Designed with positive air pressure concept, it enables better cooling performance than traditional chassis but also helps to prevent dust from penetrating into the chassis by use of filters on intake fans and forcing air out of the chassis through unfiltered vents and gaps. Comprised of modern touches such as quick release drive cages and dual 180mm fans, this case is easily the top choice for anyone looking to assemble a top of the line midsize system.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 24 x 15 x 26 inches
Item Weight 25.2 pounds
Shipping Weight 25.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ASIN B001NPEB92
Item model number FT01B
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3.3 out of 5 stars 7 customer reviews

3.3 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #2,705 in Electronics > Computers & Accessories > Computer Components > Computer Cases
Date first available at Amazon.com December 22, 2008

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By Lenny VINE VOICE on September 16, 2009
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It pains me to give such an expensive case less than 5 stars, mainly because I paid for it. I had high hopes for it.

First, the main reason for buying this case. It is beautiful. Not flashy at all (though you can get the version with a window and bling it up with lights if that is more your taste). It also looks very wide, though it's only about 1/2" wider than my Antec P180.

If you decide to get this case, I strongly urge you to inspect it before putting components in. I had two minor issues that took me a long time to fix. The top fan popped out of its housing (possibly during shipping) and two of the three rubber grommet / C channel around one of the wire guides were loose. In order to get the fan back in, I had to disassemble part of the top railing that holds in the front panel, and loosen one of its screws. The rubber grommet just needs to be pushed in, but it was a pain to do it when I've already routed wire through it. I'm a little disappointed at the QC here. I expected more of such an expensive case.

Let's talk about the absolute worst thing about this case first. The top fan. There is no way to remove the filter without serious disassembly. The filter is removable, but pull it out about 1/3 of the way and it is obstructed by the top panel I/O connectors. Not very intelligent design. This is the main flaw that to me cost the case its one star. Followed closely behind is the lack of a removable filter for the PSU intake. However, you can always mount your PSU upside down (not drawing air from the outside) to prevent dust buildup.

There's also surprisingly few accessories. For example, while it is able to fit 7 hard drives, there's only one "hot swap" CP-05 cable. I purchased two more from another retailer. They're about $5 each.
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We have purchased about 5 of these now. This computer cases (chassis) is very well made in comparison with other computer cases such as Lian Li. The only reason for the 4-star rating is because of the higher price. The dust filters are a great feature, and very easy to clean. I only wish there was a better method of sealing the vent holes on the back of the system for ambient air intake from dust.

Contrary to what another reviewer wrote you do NOT need to remove the top intake fan (or any fan for that matter) to remove and clean the dust filters. To clean the top filter you simply open the side of the chassis by removing the 3 thumb screws holding the side plate of the side opposite the motherboard (the side you'd normally open to view the motherboard from the top), the slide the filter screen out from its holder inside the chassis next to the top fan.. The front face filter screen also slides out in the same manner as the top.
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I've owned and used this case in my primary workstation for over two years, and I continue to appreciate the quality of its materials and how good it *looks* - anodized brushed aluminum makes me smile!

I give this sweet-looking SilverStone case only two stars due to a glaring functionality issue: the case's primary intake fan on the top of the case must be REMOVED in order to access its removable/washable dust filter. The "easiest" way of doing this is to invert the case to make accessing the fasteners easier - doing this once or twice a year will help keep you in shape.

Also, the PSU intake is a finely perforated grill that cannot be removed for cleaning/dusting.

This leaves only the front intake fan with a filter that is relatively easy to access remove - and these filters have proved effective!

I'd love to see SilverStone update this otherwise appealing case to feature excellent/effective/easy-to-use dust management ;)
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Just completed a build using this case. Silverstone has addressed the concern about the dust filter on the top fan - it has been changed so that the filter slides out the side of the case. The PSU filter is still permenent, but Silver stone makes a 140mm magnetic fan filter (FF141B) which works nicely on the bottom outside of the case. Plenty of room for a large air cooling system in the box. I used a Noctua NH-D14 with clearence to spare. Only complaint is the clerance for cable routing arround the SATA ports on my motherboard.
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