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Silverstone Tek Aluminum Tower Computer Case FT03B-MINI - Black
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- Super mini footprint design with no cables and vents on four sides
- Ample space for CPU cooling (78mm in height)
- Elevated standoff for motherboard back side components
- Includes 140mm Air Penetrator fan and support entry level liquid cooling
- Support for two 2.5-Inch SSD/hard drives and one 3.5-Inch hard drive
- Mini-DTX / Mini-ITX motherboard & SFX PSU compatible
- Standard-length expansion cards support (10 inches)
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|Dimensions||19 inches x 13 inches x 11 inches||16 inches x 11 inches x 11 inches||15.5 inches x 19.3 inches x 8.3 inches||11 inches x 17 inches x 12 inches|
|Item Weight||13 pounds||Information not provided||22 pounds||10 pounds|
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Top Customer Reviews
I have easily managed to place a full ATX power supply inside this case, allowing me to forego the restrictions of an SFX supply; e.g., limited selection, relatively noisey 80mm fan in sfx PSUs, etc. I placed a Seasonic X560 in this case without drilling or cutting anything (see user photos). SilverStone should have made some incredibly simple design decisions (removing a flange/adding screw holes) that would allow for ATX PSUs right out of the box. It's a simple user mod, however. My PSU measures W150 x L160 x H86 mm and does not impede on the video card.
Absolute max video card measurements:
Length: 257.12 mm, or, if you remove the fan filter clip at the bottom of the case, 263.5 mm
Height: 133.35 mm, or 152.4 mm if you remove the DVD bracket.
Length: 10 1/8", or 10 3/8" by removing fan filter clip
Height: 5 1/4", or 6" w/o DVD bracket
The panels are thick metal, and the steel frame is sturdy, no flexion under the weight of my ATX power supply.
The SilverStone Air Penetrator fans are not a quiet line of fans, especially true as they slightly increase RPM.Read more ›
-Extremely sturdy chassis construction
-Very nice aluminum body with nearly all exposed surfaces made of aluminum or steel (very little plastic)
-For air cooling, there are less than a handful of cases that can beat this case in terms of component temperatures
-Very quiet, but NOT silent (a lot of people have unrealistic expectations)
-The easily removable dust filters on all intakes make this case extremely easy to maintain
-This is the USB 3.0 Updated version: includes some things that weren't in the first FT-02 cases - standard AP181 fans (no removable fan grill now, so fits a 12in HD5970 graphics card), black sleeving on the fan cables (except for top exhaust fan), HDD drive trays all have 2.5 in mounting holes for ssd's
-Everything else not mentioned here or in the cons section
-Very Heavy, difficult to transport when fully loaded without bear-hugging it (no handles - the price to pay for good looks)
-GPU cooler specific - this case works best with a blower type heatsink, the twin fan designs will fight against the natural airflow of the case (still viable, but not ideal). Heatsinks that with fins that aren't parallel to the case's natural airflow will render the heatsink solution near useless! (excess heat will build up) AKA ASUS direct CU II (gtx 680 version) will not work, but MSI Twin Frozr will be fine.Read more ›
This has got to be the best looking case I've ever seen. The sides are steel and front is aluminum. It feels sturdy throughout. It may be prone to scratches but if you take care of it, it should be fine. On the left side is a window, it's nice but I wish it wasn't so low as it reveals cables. With a ATX board I don't know of a way to avoid having the cables being hidden with this case but I did my best it doesn't look bad at all.
The actual build, it was easy to get the sides off, all you have to do is take off the plastic top cover, (which contrary to others I think it's pretty solid) then there is a lever you pull and just pull the panel up. It's pretty tight in there but I like that it makes the build feel like a game. It was my first build so I don't know how hard installing a board is compared to other cases but I had to add 3 extra mounting points and put the screws in a specific order. The screw by the PSU first, then the screw by the I/O panel second then the rest however. It was difficult because I didn't have a magnetic screwdriver. All the fan cables and such are a perfect length and come with ties to keep it neat.
The most difficult part was mounting the SSD's to the other side. There's two little clip things that you can slide one side of the drive in to hold it, then you put 2 screws in the other side. It was so difficult to fit my tiny screwdriver in those tight spaces, it's possible but it's hard no matter how experienced you could be.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
we have this case as for my wife's computer the past year or so. very impressed and happy with this product. has more room than I thought and great airflow. Read morePublished 1 month ago by michael broome
This is the best case I have ever owned. The panels are super strong. Smart cable cut outs. I have a gtx 1080 and corsair h80i in push pull, and I had no struggles with building.Published 1 month ago by Mitchal
Love this case. The aluminum body is premium material. I was able to install a card reader in the hot swap bay. Will recommend this case!!!Published 3 months ago by sevang
I purchased one of these a while back and have been using it for about 4 years now. It's easily the nicest case I've ever owned. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
One of the best cases ever! Perfect for hackintosh and its so beautiful and very well made. I would recommend this to anyone who doesn't want a typical case or if they like the... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Kevin
I have had my eye on this case for a couple years. When I decided to build my next PC, I knew it was time to pick one up. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Kyle K.
I give it a 50-50 maybe 60-40. It's very small for atx building and the space for the power supply cables pushed up against the hdd cage which blow cause I had to remove half of... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
Its a great case. I replaced the stock Silverstone 140mm case fan (was a bit too loud) with a Noctua 140mm fan (NF-A14 PWM) for the outside bottom (push fan), then I put a 38mm... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
I love the fit & finish. I _really_ dislike its size. Moving it is painful.Published 6 months ago by Barry D. Morrison