Silverstone PS 08 Case Review

Introduction and Technical Specification

 Silverstone PS 08 Case Review



We all know of Silverstone as a truly prolific manufacturer of cases and are most likely familiar with their excellent Temjin, Fortress and Raven lines.  What many don't know is that in the "Precision" series Silverstone also produce a line of value cases.  Latest to wear the PS moniker, the PS-08, is a very small mid tower case.  Standing just over 30cm tall and only a little wider than a 5.25" drive, it's still able to accept coolers up to 140mm and GPUs up to 355mm.  On the surface at just £36 the PS 08 looks like it might be able to provide something stylish for those for whom every penny counts. 


Technical Specification



Model   Number


Case   Type

Mid   Tower

Motherboard   Support

Micro   ATX
Mini ITX

Power Supply Support


 maximum Cooler Height


Maximum   GPU Length


PCI   Expansion Slots


External   5.25" Drive Bays


Internal   3.5" Drive Bays


Internal   2.5" Drive Bays


Front   I/O Panel

2 x USB 3.0
1 x Audio
1 x Mic


Black or White



Dimensions   (W x H x D)



Front   1x120mm fitted 1x80mm option

Rear  Option for 1x80mm or 1x92mm

Side  Oversized vent area, no fan mount available


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Most Recent Comments

13-05-2013, 04:06:11

Here we take a look at the PS 08, a small Mid tower from prolific case manufacturer Silverstone and part of their Precision value line

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13-05-2013, 04:44:17

In my opinion it would have looked much nicer if they left the front flat the indent just don't look right to me, but all in all an alright budget case, A Nice review Gary.Quote

13-05-2013, 04:47:53

i know it's a budget case and all but i really dont like that shape. it would've been much nicer if it was a box shape imo.Quote

13-05-2013, 07:24:56

The white doesn't really help it. On the plus side, it has better cable management then most of the cases in that price point and it'll be better built. Just need to see it in black before I'd use it over something like the K280 from coolermaster.Quote

13-05-2013, 07:43:35

Really not liking the look of this case. For the money though, it's not to bad I suppose.Quote

13-05-2013, 08:18:23

I love it ! totally retro.

Cheers for the review Gary.Quote

13-05-2013, 10:29:35

Not my cup of tea, but for 35 quid it seems excellent value for money.

Personally though, I think I'd save up a bit more and get the FD Arc Midi v2 or even the Core 3000.Quote

13-05-2013, 12:02:01

Originally Posted by Saltire35 View Post
Not my cup of tea, but for 35 quid it seems excellent value for money.

Personally though, I think I'd save up a bit more and get the FD Arc Midi v2 or even the Core 3000.
What I like most about it is that it's stunningly ugly. I'd love to pack a pocket rocket in there with a GTX 670 and have the last laugh.

I have a Core 2 Wolfdale rig sitting about somewhere and I think once I can afford a GPU for it I will pick up one of these and build a fragbox with it.Quote

13-05-2013, 12:05:50

Try reviewing some casecom cases at the £30 mark, toolless drive bays, behind motherboard cable management, lots of ventilation I'd say something like the K5-9388 (they don't seem to do names) would be better than this.Quote

14-05-2013, 11:45:45

hey tom, can you get a new Raven and STOMP it into oblivion please???Quote

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