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Silverstone LC13-E
7.6 out of 10

Silverstone LC13-E

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Overall 2
2.0

Don't buy...

Venugopal B., Newegg
26 March 2014
  • Pros: Looks okay in the A/V setup...
  • Cons: The product does not meet the specifications. The specs say that I can connect a 80mm fan to the 3.5" Drive bay. However, the front I/O panel that accommodates the USB and Audio ports blocks the fan. You can either have a fan for the hard disk, or the front I/O panel. Not both. Since I wanted to ...
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Overall 2
2.0

Worst Case I Have Ever Purchased

Chad E., Newegg
3 May 2012
  • Summary: 2 of the screws in the bag had missing threads! - MB Power connector and front panel USB 3 connector on MB can't be plugged in on MB because 5.25 in drive holder is in the way! Cut 1/2 in off the bottom and now it barely clears... shouldn't have had to do that.
  • Pros: - ONLY Pro is that it looks good and "blends in" well with most HT setups due to it's generic smooth face design. This one fact is the ONLY reason that I kept it and spent the day customizing it to make it work. Since there isn't enough room to fit all the CONS in the space allowed I will start t...
  • Cons: OR they could have changed the way they mount the 2 - 3.5 inch drive bay covers on the left (facing case) drive holder in order to allow the top HD's to be mounted closer to the front of the case while still being behind the covers. OR they could have NOT put a USELESS fan mount in the center dri...
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Overall 2
2.0

Bad Design

Jason D., Newegg
26 September 2011
  • Summary: Simple re-config of the internal trays and mounting options and this case will be just fine otherwise. If you are going to stick a SSD in place and just use it for streaming off an external source then this case would not be a bad option.
  • Pros: -Silverstone name/ design -Looks good in cabinet next to other HT devices
  • Cons: - Bad design on the hdd side, had little to no room for additional add-in space. while not hitting something on the motherboard, add in card, etc. , I can find other budget cases thats design is alot more modular.
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Overall 0
0.4

Sturdy case that is modular and pretty.

IEATFISH, Overclock
15 December 2010
  • Excerpt: This case is, like most Silverstone cases, well built with a nice finish. As it is primarily geared toward HTPC use, the front door is a nice brushed finish and covers the drive bays. The power button is exposed which can be an issue if you have children or pets that might bump it.
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