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Silverstone FT02
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Silverstone FT02

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Silent PC
25 March 2012
  • Summary: Though it sports the same design as it did two years ago, today's SilverStone Fortress FT02 remains one of the best performing towers we've tested, and it is almost certainly the quietest for housing a high power system.
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Tweak News
13 July 2010
  • Excerpt: Not having reviewed a SilverStone case in the past, I was nevertheless aware of their reputation for quality and performance. Therefore, I had high expectations when the Fortress arrived here in the Tweaknews lab. To say that I was impressed with this chassis would be a bit of an understatement.
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Overall 9
Value for money 9
Performance 9
Construction 10
Functionality 8
Appearance 9

SilverStone Fortress FT02 Computer Case

Benchmark Reviews
28 May 2010
  • Conclusion: The performance of this case— specifically, its cooling ability— was excellent, as is its quietness. In 2007 I had a system with twin NVIDIA 280GTX cards; it was quite noisy under load (i.e.
  • Pros: Innovative, unique design brings significant cooling benefits, Sleek appearance refreshing among the glut of "extreme" and "military" styled cases, Room forfive 5.25" devices andfive 3.5" devices, Excellent build quality and quiet operation, Integrated fan controllers
  • Cons: Not much room for cables behind the motherboard, Case design limits utility of the 7th slot...and there really should be 8!, Longer cables required both internally an externally, Smooth exterior makes the case difficult to move, Mismatched colors and textures slightly compromise case appearance
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Overall 10

SilverStone Fortress FT02 Case Video Review

28 May 2010
  • Summary: The SilverStone Fortress FT02 Case is one of the very best Full-Tower cases on the market. This case offers gorgeous styling, aluminum unibody design, lots of fans, excellent air circulation, removable dust filters, plenty of drive bays, cable management holes and so much more.
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Silverstone Fortress Series FT02

2 May 2010
  • Excerpt: Silverstone’s Raven cases introduced a special vertical air circulation we have never seen on PC cases before. The new Fortress Series FT02 case also uses the new vertical air circulation.
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Techware Labs
27 February 2010
  • Excerpt: For several years now, SilverStone has been one of the top names in computer cases, standing alongside companies like Lian Li and Antec. From the introduction of the Temjin series, it’s been clear that SilverStone’s main target has been the PC enthusiast who wants a solid, refined chassis.
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Silverstone FT02, Fortress 2 Premium Case

5 February 2010
  • Excerpt: Silverstone has always been known for classic, stylish case designs. Recently, they gave one product line a bolder look that appeals to the gaming PC community. That line of cases came in the form of the Raven and Raven 2 .
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Silverstone Fortress FT02

Metku Mods
25 January 2010
  • Conclusion: The Raven 2 was a good case, and the Fortress just seems to improve it even further. Most importantly the problems with the hard drive cage are now gone, and I for one find the aluminum uni-frame so much better looking than the Raven's bezels.
  • Pros: Quiet, New design, Dust filters, Hard drive cage
  • Cons: -
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SilverStone Fortress FT02 Case

ChannelPro Network
24 January 2010
  • Summary: SilverStone has combined the unibody construction of the Temjin cases with the vertically mounted motherboard trays of the Raven case in the Fortress FT02 case. There’s plenty to like about the case including positive air pressure when in operation, tool-less 5.25” drive installation, vertically...
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Expert Review

Silent PC
17 January 2010
  • Summary: The SilverStone Fortress FT02, being so similar to the Raven RV02 , is an excellent base for a premium gaming PC. Though it doesn't support EATX, the motherboard tray is big enough to accommodate oversized ATX boards, and there is enough clearance for high-end video cards like the Radeon HD 5970.
  • Pros: Very good cooling design, Smooth, quiet fans, Useful 2-speed switch on 18cm fans, Very low baseline noise, Excellent HDD mounting system
  • Cons: Very deep, Price
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