Silverstone release the Kublai Series

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Silverstone launches new Kublai Series of Cases

The Kublai series performance tower chassis are made for computer enthusiasts that require a finely balanced system with cooling and quietness but without the extra features from the flagship Temjin series chassis. Constructed with steel body and aluminum front panel, the Kublai tower chassis retains the best qualities from both types of metal. The KL01 has a sleek front door that is designed and finely finished in the same method that follows SilverStone’s Temjin series. Even with a traditional interior layout, the chassis is highly organized and tuned to deliver great cooling performance for any modern components with a pair of standard 120mm fans. For those looking to build a medium sized system with high quality enclosure, the KL01 is an excellent choice.

Special Feature
Mid-size tower chassis for all around integration
Temjin quality aluminum front door finish and construction
Dual 120mm fans included for excellent cooling
Perforated expansion slot cover for graphics card cooling
Highly flexible drive storage options


Model SST-KL01B (black)
SST-KL01B-W (black, with window)
Material 3.0mm aluminum front door, SECC body
Motherboard ATX, Micro ATX
Multimedia --
Driver Bay External 5.25" x 5 or 8 without HD cage
3.5" x 1
Internal 3.5" x 4 (vibration dampening)
Cooling System Front 1 x 120mm intake fan, 1200rpm, 21dBA
Rear 1 x 120mm exhaust fan, 1200rpm, 21dBA
Side --
Top --
Bottom --
Internal --
Expansion Slot 7
Front I/O Port
USB2.0 x 2
IEEE1394 x 1
audio jack x 1
MIC x 1
Power Supply 1 x Optional standard PS2 (ATX)
Graphics Card Full size long cards capable (12”)
Net Weight 8.5 kg
Dimension 206 mm (W) x 432 mm (H) x 480 mm (D)
Extra --

Silverstone Kublai front

Silverstone Kublai side

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31-07-2007, 06:41:10

Well, My PC has been some what a hit a miss build, as I had built a system based on current technology, Everyone I know has older computers so I cant test my parts should they fail.

During the last lot of OCZ ram, iv been getting random BSOD. I put it down to my gfx card. During the last week this problem has been so bad that I cant even stay in windows for more than 5 min without a system restart.

Before building this system I had made my mind up that as long as im running at the least 3ghz on a e6600 im happy. My system achive this with ease and didnt even have to overclock the memory at all, other than running at 1T.

I decided I had enougth, so I went to bios and clocked everythink to stock on the cpu side of things is iliminate this as the problem. My system still gave me the BSOD and restarted it self. Second I thought il get some different Virus software and try it out, but couldnt download any trials before system restarted.

I went back to bios and loaded my normal used profile, as this wasnt the problem. I tryed a few more times to download the virus software but it was a no go. I install a new OS and still made no difference. On the next restart windows froze on the windows logo, I then restarted the pc to hear a long beep. From there on The pc hasnt made a beep at all, no error beeps or post boot beeps. I reset bios and removed battery several times and all that happends is my fans and lights come on but no booting. I removed the ram to get a beep error code as it should. Putting the ram back in I get no error beep code or boot?

This week my brother has finnaly upgraded his pc so I took advantage of this to test my GFX card out in his pc. My card runs flawless. His pc dont take DDR2.

At this point I can only asume now that this is the ram dead and that this was giving me problems right from the word go, athough very rare id get a BSOD.

Iv contacted OCZ and await a responce. I very sure that this is a ram fault so cant I just RMA it back to you to save time, or is there a reason why people that perchase OCZ ram have to go through them first.

Many thanks for your support.

31-07-2007, 08:25:04

what board do you have and what ram? I know some boards don't like faster ram and dont set the voltages correctly? try upping your voltage and see if that helps at all?

31-07-2007, 12:48:50


Its way behond that stage of upping the voltage. I had the voltage set up and was running the pc fine for a while. I cant get into bios anyway as I dont get no post boot at all.

31-07-2007, 13:45:19

we can't understand the change either, we were quite happy RMA'ing it direct to ourselves and then back to manufacturer, made it faster tbh but OCZ told us we aren't allowed to do this anymore and all, RMA requests have to go through them first.......sorry

31-07-2007, 13:49:41


we can't understand the change either, we were quite happy RMA'ing it direct to ourselves and then back to manufacturer, made it faster tbh but OCZ told us we aren't allowed to do this anymore and all, RMA requests have to go through them first.......sorry

LOL not to worry I guess its just one of these things. I thought that maybe you get too many sent back for no reason without checking the obvious.

I think in my case its as dead as dead can be. If you could sort the RMA thing out when your good and ready Id be most greatfull.


01-08-2007, 06:23:38

Marcus at OCZ adviced me to RMA it back to you. Iv put a ticket in for RMA.

I realy dont know why Ocz told you not to RMA it to you first, they appear to have no idear themselfs why this would have to be done this way.

If you need to see my email responces I can show you, should you need to cover yourselfs.

01-08-2007, 08:15:24

yeah we've flung some poop in OCZ's direction as we were specifically told they wanted to handle RMA's from now on but seems now they have U turned and passed it back to us, which we prefer as we don't want to be one of these 'you've had it for 2 seconds it's RMA to manufacturer only' companys.

RMA on its way :D

01-08-2007, 08:31:26

Thanks. :worship:

06-08-2007, 06:36:31

Is everything ok at your end, as the phone line on your site, somone hangs up, and iv had no reply to any tickets in 6 days since I put the RMA in?

Just wondering weather my tickets are even showing on your system. Being it says you try to reply to tickets within 24 hours, im starting to wonder if eveything is running as it should.

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