|Brand Name||SilverStone Technology|
|Item model number||FT03T|
|Item Weight||19 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||15 x 14 x 24 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||15 x 14 x 24 inches|
Silverstone Tek Aluminum Micro ATX, 3 X 120mm Fan, 2 X USB 3.0, 3 X 3.5-Inch and 1 X 2.5-Inch Drive Bays Computer Case - FT03T (Titanium)
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- Super small footprint design with no cables on four sides
- Stack effect layout with 90 degree motherboard mounting
- Support graphics cards of any length
- Mandatory cable routing design
- Includes hot-swap bay for quick data storage needs
- Backside hard drive mounting with passive cooling for silence
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Here's a few tips if you get this case to save you time.
-A Corsair H80 may work. It depends on your motherboard and your patience.
-You have to use a slim line optical drive, something like this: Sony 8X SATA Internal Slim DVD+/-RW Drive Bulk with out Software (AD-7690H-01). To use that drive you need a special power/sata connector that won't come with the drive or your PSU.Read more ›
i7 2600k @ 4.4Ghz
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TT Frio CPU cooler
Silverstone 1000W Silver Strider PS
Silverstone Short Cable Kit
I don't have a lot of room on my desk for a big system and this case fits.
The footprint is roughly the size of a piece of letter paper (it's actually slightly wider)
Many people wonder just how much power you can fit in one of these and I now believe it's only limited by the physical constraints of the form factor.
Last week, I upgraded to new GTX780 cards (I run NV Surround) and they stay cool and quiet in this case. They have the Titan style cooler and they do fit, but with about 2mm of clearance.
A couple things to keep in mind if you're going for a maximized system:
1. Video card cooler selection is essential. Get the traditional blower type cards where the radial fan is at the rear and the air blows out the other side of the card. If you have a card with multiple fans or a card (Twin Frozr) that blows air out the front and back (GTX690) then you're going to have problems but dual 780s is no problem and I'm sure dual Titans would work just as well as long as:
2. You need to upgrade the fans. The Silverstone fans are OK, but in my opinion, they are not designed for a beastly system build. Do yourself a favor and buy some Gentle Typhoon AP-15 fans. I put one on the top of the case (exhaust) and one right below the video cards (at an angle).
As long as you build smart and think things through, you can put a lot of power in these cases.
My next upgrade will probably be a 3930K on the Rampage Gene board, but we'll see...Read more ›
The case is surprisingly easy to work with, but be prepared because it's still rather cramped. All four sides of it pop off to help during the assembly process which makes it much easier to deal with the close confines. That materials included with the case are all solid with the exception of the plastic top which I get a little nervous removing because it could be fairly easily broken if you apply too much force. One thing that is a definite must with this case is a modular power supply with the option of using short cords which as luck would have it Silverstone also just happens to sell! You're simply not going to have a good spot in the case to stuff a bunch of unused cables when you're done with the build.
Closed loop liquid coolers like those shipped by Corsair and Antac will fit in the case with a few caveats, the first being that the radiator must be fastened to a fan which is then attached to the case. You won't be able to attach the radiator directly to the case without some serious cutting and weakening of the case. Also with a radiator in it you'll most likely find that you'll not be able to use the bracket for the 80mm fan that sits at the top of the case to blow onto the PCI slots (ie put extra air flow on the graphics card.)
Even with the lose of the top 80mm fan though the air flow through the cramped case is excellent.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Hi, I am still in the process of building my computer so i will update my review later on the case itself. This is my review on amazon's packaging and delivery. Read morePublished on May 21, 2013 by Mani
I really love the look factor of this case. But after just a 4-5 months this case is already falling apart. Read morePublished on March 26, 2013 by ald3n3
Very sweet design. The manual has tiny print though and one of the fans that is supposed to be removable to put the MB in is NOT removable, it's attached with a rivet. Read morePublished on January 10, 2013 by Undecided