Summary: Length:: 1:01 Mins I've had this case for over a year now, and am still happy with it. I've started modding the case though (getting a dremel tool this weekend to do some stuff with!) As an experienced user with this case who has completely assembled and disassembled my entire computer setup a half a dozen times now in this case I'll put out all the little tips I can think of for anyone thinking of buying this case. Pros: 1.
Summary: This case is a monster! It went beyond my expectations. I like that the motherboard is turned 90 degrees so that all my cables come out of the top of the case as well, not to mention the case takes cold air from the bottom and pushes it up through the case and out the top. I have no need to worry about anything overheating. Not much else to say about the case that isn't already in the product description. Overall, this case is amazing!
Summary: I have done a lot of research on cases for my new computer build. I wanted something that looked good without being flashy, functioned well, and could hold every part I bought. I was not disappointed, but I was surprised. I decided on this case and I knew it was suppose to be big, but I just wasn't prepared for how big. This is actually a good thing though. All the parts I bought for my new build were large.
Summary: This case is absolutely fantastic. The design is excellent if you want something with an exterior that is neither made to appease 12 year olds nor designed in MS paint (I'm looking at you, Lian Li) but you still want a professional look, there is no better. The front drive-bay cover is a great design on paper but in practicality it will almost certainly break on you at some point, which is unfortunate because the only reason you wouldn't get the RV02 is because of the...
Summary: Long story short, the case is super protected at the cost of being huge, so if you have the room it's a good buy. I did notice a poor quality headphone jack on the top of the case when using studio headphones, which is sorely disappointing given it's cost.
Summary: I love this case. This is the first system I have ever built and it went together beautifully. This case is huge, you could live in this case with two other people and only see them if you wanted to (not really, but it is big). The layout of the case is genius, the construction is top notch and the interior space is....did I mention it's huge.
Summary: I'm very impressed with this case. It is very well designed. It has space for every component I have. It runs very quiet and cool. The only thing I don't like is the noise the drive door makes when it slides up but it is a personal preference. I love my Raven!
Summary: There is enough room inside this case for anything one thing to note though is that the PSU sits at the bottom of the case and for some the 24 pin connector might not be long enough especially if you have a large 3rd party cooler. No cons here just personal preferences I love my Raven and I won't be changing any time soon.
Summary: The look of this case is amazing! The thing looks like it is ready to fly in undetected and drop a nuke on some poor unsuspecting sap. You have to rely on the front LED's to know that your PC has powered up. Plenty of space for your hardware. The best is the airflow design and that is the main reason I bought this case.
Summary: I own an Antec 1200 case but the Raven Silverstone is such an awesome looking case with lots of space. One problem I did have was installing 3 ATI radeon 4890 cards with my Asus Rampage 2 motherboard which did not fit in the case, but I have now installed ATI 4870x2+4870 tri-fire with Asus P6Tse motherboard. Although that was my only issue, I still would give this case 5 stars for its looks, features, and functionality.