SilverStone Primera PM01 Review

Introduction and Technical Specification

SilverStone Primera PM01 Review

Introduction

They say first impressions count, and if that's the case then the the new Primera From SilverStone is off to a racing start.  Finished in high gloss black or white and with styling cues taken from luxury sports car design the Primera certainly seems to have a bit of va-va voom about it.  But style is nothing without substance, so the Primera will still have to have it where it counts, and what better way to to see whether this is a racer or a wreck than to have a quick gander at the vital statistics.

Technical Specification

Dimensions571x220x560mm (HxWxD
MaterialSteel and Plastic
Weight9kg
Motherboard SupportATX, M-ATX
Expansion bays7
2.5"5 dedicated, 4 shared with 3.5" 
3.5"4 (shared with 2.5")
5.25"0
Air Cooling

Front:  3x140mm (3x120mm optional)

Roof:   3x120mm 0r 140mm optional

Rear:   1x140mm (120mm optional)

Water Cooling

Front:  Up to 280mm or 360mm

Roof:   Up to 280mm or 360mm

Rear:   120mm or 140mm

Front I/OUSB2.0x2, USB3.0x2, Audio, Lighting control.
Max CPU height180mm
Max GPU length16.5" 
Max PSU length240mm

 

Key Features

Includes three 140mm LED fans and built-in LED strips for stunning visual impact

Oversized front panel mesh design inspired by supercar intake grill

Support two 240/280/360mm radiator for AIO liquid cooler or custom water cooling

Reserved water tank mounting holes for water cooling setup

Removable filters with positive air pressure design for dust reduction

Built-in 4-segment LED light controller to adjustable brightness and modes

Super clean internal look with PSU and drive bay cover

Includes 10 in 1 fan hub for fan cable management

 

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Most Recent Comments

13-09-2016, 05:35:24

AlienALX
A hundred quid for a shiny plastic version of the Phantom.

Honestly man looking at those photos I wouldn't even want to fart within a five mile vicinity without worrying I would leave marks on it.

Ed. And there is more orange peel on that thing than at a half time break in an amateur five a side game.Quote

13-09-2016, 05:38:11

Gambit2K
So glossy it hurts my eyes, make it stop!!!!Quote

13-09-2016, 05:40:03

AlienALX
Quote:
Originally Posted by Gambit2K View Post
So glossy it hurts my eyes, make it stop!!!!
Yup and it's not glossy nice (like on a proper paint job) but cheap £10 case glossy.Quote

13-09-2016, 05:56:59

tinytomlogan
Quote:
Originally Posted by AlienALX View Post
Yup and it's not glossy nice (like on a proper paint job) but cheap £10 case glossy.
Its not paint though....Quote

13-09-2016, 06:16:58

AlienALX
Quote:
Originally Posted by tinytomlogan View Post
Its not paint though....
Yeah man even worse

I still remember my Raven. God awful finish that thing had on it.Quote
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