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Silverstone Tek Micro-ATX Mini-DTX, Mini-ITX Mini Tower Plastic with Aluminum Accent Computer Cases SST-PS07W (White)
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- Dual 120mm silent fan
- Accommodate up to six 3.5-Inch hard drives
- Removable motherboard tray and top panel
- Quick access filters to prevent dust buildup
- Convenient wire and cable routing pathways
- Adjustable holder for large CPU coolers and extra-long card support rack
- Independent airflow channel for power supply
- Motherboard back plate opening for quick CPU cooler assembly
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|Dimensions||20 inches x 18 inches x 12 inches||16.6 inches x 19.1 inches x 9.3 inches||11 inches x 10 inches x 8.75 inches||18 inches x 15 inches x 12 inches|
|Item Weight||14 pounds||Information not provided||4.2 pounds||15 pounds|
|Material||Plastic / Steel||Steel/Plastic||Aluminum||Steel|
|Supported Motherboard||Micro-ATX||Micro-ATX||Information not provided||Micro-ATX|
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Top Customer Reviews
- USB 3.0 ports on the front. Seriously the only case under $40 that has this feature.
- Looks sleek and sexy - I really like the mesh grill design.
- High quality optical drive covers and front fan grill that snaps in and out with quality
- Motherboard backing cutout if you want to add/remove CPU cooler later.
- Built in SSD 2.5" mounting point on bottom of HDD bracket. Great for budget SSDs that don't include a 3.5" to 2.5" conversion bracket
- VERY cramped inside with NO cable management.
- Says it supports 14.1 inch long cards...FALSE. The longest graphics card you can fit inside is 9 INCHES, because of the limitation of the opening between the back of case and the walls of the HDD cage. My 8.75 inch long graphics card barely fits inside. Don't even think about SLI or Crossfire, because you'll choke your graphics card - no space for airflow if you have two cards stacked on top of each other. The image on the Silverstone site showing this is a joke.
- Stamped steel PCI covers means you HAVE to remove them before installing your motherboard..Otherwise you have a tough time twisting and popping them off after your motherboard is installed - and risk damaging your motherboard.
- Side panel thumb screw holes don't line up that well with their corresponding case holes, so the so-called "thumb screws" really require a Phillips screwdriver to properly install or remove.
- Limited cooling capacity with 1 80mm front fan (optional), 1 120mm front fan (included), and 1 92mm rear fan (optional) locations. Only supports up to 140mm tall CPU coolers...Wish they had optional side and top fan mounts.Read more ›
I've rebuilt an Ivy-Bridge based setup in this case and have had the opportunity to work on it a bit more since the initial setup.
While my points in the original review still apply, this is not a case for those who make changes to their system more than a couple of times a year. A few of the screws can be difficult to remove, and even with high quality bits, the heads of the screws tend to wear out after repeated use. The top panel needs to be removed to access the PSU and optical drive bay and requires the removal of 6 screws. The side panels also flex easily so that now they require a bit of force to line up and slide in.
For those who use 2.5" drives and suspend them, the removable 3.5" hard drive cage is a boon as it's much easier to hang them and place them back in the case.
Also, Silverstone customer service has been excellent. One of my 2 front USB 3.0 ports was not working, and I received a new one at no cost within a few days of submitting a warranty request.
I still believe that this is a compelling value over the TJ08b-e, and despite the increased GPU temps, makes for a more controlled case for cooling/silence by using 120 mm fans.
For mid-tower cases, I own an Antec Sonata, TJ08b-e, Fractal Design Define Mini, and now this Silverstone PS07 case.
This case and the Temjin TJ08b are nearly identical except for a few key differences:
Front panel: TJ08b has an aluminum brushed finish while the PS07 is plastic with silver accents along the side (the white version recently came out) though the PS07 tends to attract fewer fingerprints
External Slots: TJ08b has an additional 3.Read more ›
I did look at the other competitors, including some of the other Silverstone models, but this one just seem to have an edge on design, it ticked the most boxes for me.
Some points that i liked:
-2 front 3.5" bays, which i use for a hard drive hot swap, and a card reader. i keep my dvd drive external since i never use it.
-2 usb3 ports in front
-large quiet fans that suck from the sides
-smallest footprint of any case while not compromising flexibility
-Fits large heatsinks such as the hyper 212+
-Quality that is good, not exceptional, but plenty good, i don't care if the front panel isn't pretty aluminum.
It's no mac mini, but then again we're talking about no compromise. This thing hacks off a good chunk of what bothered me about the medium tower. Mainly, i realized i don't use hard drive space, SSDs take up far less room, and i prefer to have external docks/hard drives instead of having them internal, so i didn't need the dozen trays of the larger tower. this one has just the right amount, and i'm not even using them, since they also made a clever little slot just for an SSD, which is out of the way and takes up basically no room at all. If you look at it, you realize it's about as small as you can physically make a tower that doesn't need proprietary parts.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
First, realize that the reviews on this case actually pertain to more than one Silverstone tower case - of varying sizes. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Richard D
This case has been amazing to build in. It's also nice and quiet and the cable management is great.
My only gripes are that the paint ont he metal and the plastic front... Read more
The front cover doesn't snap on the metal chassis quite as well as I think it should and all pieces are pretty thin gauge but overall I love the size and the fact that it is mostly... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Scott B
Used for first gaming build. Decent cable management for a micro-atx. Dust filters are nice. Three years old and all ports/jacks/stock fan still works as well as the day I... Read morePublished 1 month ago by bigmike
Good case, solid, Could have been a little better on the side panels, kind of thin, Over all works great and worth the $34 dollars.Published 1 month ago by steve leuzzi
This micro ATX case is great. I love the all black interior of the case. It can fit quite of few of the longer graphics cards on the market too. USB 3.0 is a nice touch. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Larry
Might just be my mobo/heatsink, but I found that I had to install all HDDs before installing any other components, as the drive bays were blocked once the mobo/heatsink was... Read morePublished 2 months ago by MW
Case was great, solid build, but I had to return it. I needed a Mid Tower, not a Micro MidPublished 2 months ago by L. Ogle