SilverStone PS10 Review

Introduction and Technical Specification.

SilverStone PS10 Review

Introduction.

Hot on the heels of our recent review of the affordable, capable yet somewhat hobbled Cooler Master 452, we now turn our sights on Silverstone's new low cost, low noise case.  Those who've been around a while will know that the PS10 comes as the latest addition to the Precision line. A line, which it has to be said has seen some good, and some not so good cases in its time, but has, never-the-less always represented good value and enabled even those with the humblest of budgets to get their hands on a case with the coveted SilverStone badge on the front.  So without further ado let's leap into the tech specs and see what the PS10 is all about.

 

Technical Specification.

Model No.SST-PS10B (Black)
MaterialHigh-strength plastic front panel, steel body
Dimension219.9 mm (W) x 480mm (H) x 521.5mm (D), 55L
Net Weight6.2KG
Motherboard 
5.25" 
3.5" 
Cooling   System 

Front

1 x 120mm intake fan, 1 x 120mm fan slot

Rear

1 x 120mm fan slot

Side

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Top

2 x 120mm fan slot or 2 x 140mm fan slot

Expansion Slot 7
Front I/O Port USB 3.0 x 2
 Audio x 1
 MIC x 1
Power Supply ATX PS2
Expansion Card Compatible with expansion cards up to 11.5”, width restriction - 6.14”
Limitation of CPU cooler 169mm
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28-04-2014, 09:04:06

tinytomlogan
http://www.overclock3d.net/gfx/artic...173404485l.jpg

How will the new low noise, low cost case from the boys at Silverstone measure up?

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28-04-2014, 09:22:03

barnsley
I had to look at the photos before reading as it looks like their 30 RL04B with different panels. It basically is. It kind of feels like it was designed up way before making really nice, cheap cases was a thing. Maybe now Corsair and NZXT are making nice 'wallet friendly' (50) cases, things will improve even more and this will be considered sub par. Which is a shame really as 6 months ago this would be a gem.

28-04-2014, 09:24:44

Wraithguard
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Originally Posted by barnsley View Post
I had to look at the photos before reading as it looks like their 30 RL04B with different panels. It basically is. It kind of feels like it was designed up way before making really nice, cheap cases was a thing. Maybe now Corsair and NZXT are making nice 'wallet friendly' (50) cases, things will improve even more and this will be considered sub par. Which is a shame really as 6 months ago this would be a gem.
Almost exactly what I was thinking especially as the Phantom 240 is due May 16th for the same price
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