Reviews and Problems with Silverstone Precision PS07
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Great mATX case for air cooling!
29 April 2014
Summary: This is the best mATX case I have worked with for the following reasons; - Lots of space for hard drives with a very well positioned drive cage to keep the drives cool. I have 3x 3.5" hard drives and a 2.5" SSD installed and the highest temperature they have reached is 29°C with a room temperature of 19°C. - Great case design for air cooling. This is especially case if you use tower coolers that can vent air directly out the back of the case.
Summary: This case contains a watercooled and overclocked gaming system which it does a great job of housing, however it might be worth shelling out the extra £20 for its more functional brother the TJ08. Silverstone SST TJ08E USB3 0 PC Case Basically the cases are near identical except for the superior cooling of the TJ08, I have both, and both are watercooled, something that works better on the TJ08 due to its single 140mm intake fan as opposed to the dual 120mm fans of the...
Summary: I did a lot of research on cases and finally went for this one and i'm glad I did. I chose this for it's size and the two silent fans. Which are silent! The case is very well made and has good space inside considering it as matx case. Bare in mind if you are planning on using the 3.5 drive cage for a 3.5 drive you might want to choose low profile ram as I could not fit one in without it touching the ram.
Summary: This case formed part of my first build for about 5 years, so it's interesting to see how things have changed in this time.. I'm building it with an AsRock B75 Pro3-M motherboard: ASRock B75 Pro3-M Motherboard (Socket 1155, Intel B75, DDR3, S-ATA 600, Micro ATX, Instant Boot, AsRock XFast LAN and XFast USB, AsRock APP Charger) which needs to be born in mind with respect to the position of services on the board.
Summary: This was my first venture into the mATX case range, and I am very impressed! The other reviewers have covered most points about this case, so no need for repetition here. My ASRock H77 Pro4-M Motherboard, sits well inside the case, and I might add here that this will not accommodate a full size ATX motherboard.
Summary: I bought this second hand as I cant afford the new prices. I had seen reviews and it seemed to match my criteria. Good points removable motherboard tray two large fans provided Hard disc cage space for 2.5 ssd built in Plenty of cable mgmt space Built-in usb3 (and included usb2 to usb3 adapter) bad points Slightly flimsier than I'd like front fan mesh is a real mess (loose) Instruction booklet is generic for all silverstone cases, Two front fans have separate power leads...
Summary: As i said on my first review of this item the door panel is flimsy and a bit of a let down from the "Precision" PoV. But everything behind that door is sound for the money. Great cable routing options, loads of space for a big i30 cpu heat sink, couple of large graphics cards. Looking inside i'm not sure while this is billed as a micro ATX case. Don't hold me to it but i'm sure its laid out to take a full size ATX board.