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Silverstone Raven RV03
9.1 out of 10

Silverstone Raven RV03

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Silent PC
18 February 2012
  • Summary: The SilverStone Raven RV03 endured our torture tests with grace like its predecessors, the RV02 and Fortress FT02 , despite shedding a fan in the update. The basic design still works wonders as the rotated motherboard tray design plus the immense fans in the case floor creates effective cooling for...
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Tweak News
19 January 2012
  • Excerpt: SilverStone's Raven 3 case ups the ante from its older siblings. While keeping the best features from the older versions, the RV03 brings some new improvements to the table. SilverStone has literally turned the case on its ear, with the mobo I/O shifted to the top and the power supply moved to the...
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SilverStone Raven RV03 Case

OverClock Intelligence Agency
27 December 2011
  • Summary: In the third generation of its RAVEN series cases, SilverStone has managed to reduce both the size and weight of the case without sacrificing functionality or usable interior space.
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Overall 8
8.0

SilverStone Raven RV03

HEXUS
26 September 2011
  • Conclusion: Few sub-£100 chassis offer this level of performance and functionality. Get past the looks, and you'll find the Raven RV03 is well worthy of consideration for a high-end gaming rig.
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Silverstone's Raven RV03 case

techreport.com
7 July 2011
  • Summary: Much like that goth kid sitting alone behind the bleachers, the Silverstone Raven RV03 seems to go out of its way to attract attention. The case is obviously different, and it deserves praise for daring to stray from the flock.
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Overall 8
8.3

SilverStone Raven RV03 Review

bit-tech.net
8 June 2011
  • Conclusion: The RV03 is an interesting development of the Raven line of cases. The internal changes have brought a few advantages, such as easy cable routeing and a more compact size. However, the six empty fan mounts conflict with the default floor-to-roof cooling arrangement and effectively undermine it.
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SilverStone Raven RV03 Case Review

Hardware Secrets
5 May 2011
  • Summary: The Raven RV03 comes with a terrific price for its category and, at least on paper, it would be an excellent option for high-end users who want a fully-loaded mid-tower case at a very affordable price. However, this case has too many serious flaws for us to recommend it.
  • Pros: Innovative design, Good price for the features available, You can choose between using solid or meshed (with air filters) 5.25” bay covers, Air filters for the bottom fans, Air filter for the power supply fan, Support for 10 hard drives, Support for two 2.5” devices, Two big fans with speed contr...
  • Cons: If the rear fan is installed you “kill” the eighth expansion slot, The bottom air filters kept falling from the case during our review, You need to disassemble too many parts to install hard drives
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Overall 8
8.0

SilverStone Raven RV03 Case Video Review

3dGameMan.com
6 January 2011
  • Summary: The SilverStone Raven RV03 Case is yet another uniquely designed product. There's plenty of drive bays, lots of fans, black interior, window on side panel, dust filters, tool-less design and more. This is not your traditional full tower case!
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Silverstone Raven RV03 Review

Overclock3D
25 July 2011
  • Excerpt: Recently Silverstone have been on a roll with the staff here at OC3D, there's not really been a chassis they have produced we haven't liked. Even the quirky FT03 went down well with all of us, we did however worry that the RV03 may have been a step too far towards the wacky.
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Silverstone Raven RV03 Case Review

Hardware Canucks
27 June 2011
  • Excerpt: When the original Raven case from Silverstone was introduced, many people were on the fence about its oddball looks, massive size and what seemed like a gimmicky rotated motherboard position.
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