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Silverstone FT01
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Silverstone FT01

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SilverStone Fortress FT01

Metku Mods
2 September 2009
  • Conclusion: Overall then, the Fortress is a really impressive case. When it comes to the outlooks, it nicely follows the well proven lines of the TJ07. I can't imagine anyone not liking the thick aluminum outer shell with its lines.
  • Pros: Extremely sturdy, Good ventilation, Build quality, Quiet fans
  • Cons: The side panels could be a bit thicker, Lacks proper cable management, No hole for the CPU cooler installation
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SilverStone Fortress FT01 Case

ChannelPro Network
27 August 2009
  • Summary: SilverStone has taken the idea of a clean room such as used in the manufacture of computer chips to the case level first with the Temjin TJ07 and now with the Fortress FT01. The case kept the computer running cool, with positive air pressure driving air out of the case instead of causing it to...
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Overall 8

SilverStone FT01 Case Video Review

30 June 2009
  • Summary: The SilverStone FT01 Case is a very well crafted mid-tower case. There's two large 180mm fans and one 120mm fan which provide positive air pressure. The use of dust filter along with this positive air pressure eliminates dust and provides excellent cooling.
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Expert Review

Silent PC
24 June 2009
  • Summary: How much Silverstone's touted uni-body construction and positive pressure cooling affected the case's performance is difficult to assess. Regardless, the Fortress is substantially better than their last uni-body effort .
  • Pros: Good airflow design, Excellent HDD mounting system, Smooth, quiet 180mm fans, Roomy, Low baseline noise, Elegantly understated aesthetics, Very sturdy construction/design
  • Cons: Large, Only one SATA backplane provided, Top fan filter not accessible
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Expert Review

Techware Labs
28 May 2009
  • Summary: Overall, this case was a joy to work with, and one of the best-looking cases I’ve worked with to date. The brushed aluminum looks nice, without the fingerprint issues that a smooth-polished finish would have.
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Silverstone Fortress FT01

3 March 2009
  • Conclusion: Silverstone produces high-end chassis, and the build quality of the FT01 is virtually impeccable. There are no sharp edges or other areas of concern. Building the main body of the case out of a single piece of aluminum also creates a more rigid structure, allowing Silverstone to eliminate that pesky...
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Overall 9

SilverStone Fortress FT01 Case

1 February 2009
  • Excerpt: Sponsor: SilverStone
  • Pros: Style, Aluminum construction, Intake fan filters, New air flow idea, Removable HD cages, Can hold long graphic cards, Easy open side panels
  • Cons: Removal of some items to gain access to the fan filters
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SilverStone Fortress FT01 Mid-Tower Case Review

PC Perspective
30 January 2009
  • Excerpt: Introduction SilverStone has a well earned reputation among PC enthusiasts for providing a full line of high quality enclosures, power supplies, cooling components, and accessories. The new FT01 is the first enclosure in SilverStone’s new Fortress series.
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Silverstone Fortress FT01 Mid-Tower Chassis Review

3 December 2008
  • Excerpt: A couple of years ago Silverstone created a uni-body PC chassis, the Temjin TJ07. The TJ07 case is still one of the best looking cases from Silverstone to date. In an attempt to expand on that design Silverstone has decided to create a new line of chassis, the Fortress series.
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SilverStone FT01 Midtower Chassis

OverClock Intelligence Agency
24 November 2008
  • Summary: Hardware installation was a very painless procedure. SilverStone included everything necessary for a smooth installation (screws, standoffs, etc.). I installed my test system in the FT01, which consists of the following hardware: Intel Core 2 Duo E7200 @ 3.4 GHz Cooler Master V8 Asus P5Q-E A-DATA 2...
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