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SilverStone Fortress FT01
Good airflow design.
Excellent HDD mounting system.
Low baseline noise.
Elegantly understated aesthetics.
Very sturdy construction.
The side panels could be a bit thicker.
Lacks proper cable management.
No hole for the CPU cooler installation.
A bit cramped for sidemounted SATA ports.
Only one SATA hotswitch plate.
Top fan filter not accessible.
The included fans don't light up.
There wasn't a second GTX280 included
Space a little tight for cable routing/management when fully populated.
Does not support Extended ATX motherboards.
No ESATA port.
Not a completely "tool-less" case.
The PSU area may be too small for larger Power Supply Units.
The price is on the high side of the pricing spectrum.
No E-ATX compatibility.
By 3dGameMan on November 03, 2009
Video Review: The SilverStone FT01 Case is a very well crafted mid-tower case. There's two large 180mm fans and one 120mm fan which provide positive air pressure. The use of dust filter along with this positive air pressure eliminates dust and...-
By Metku.net on September 02, 2009
Overall then, the Fortress is a really impressive case. When it comes to the outlooks, it nicely follows the well proven lines of the TJ07. I cant imagine anyone not liking the thick aluminum outer shell with its lines. Surely it may look plain if...-
By Motherboards.org on August 27, 2009
SilverStone has taken the idea of a "clean room" such as used in the manufacture of computer chips to the case level first with the Temjin TJ07 and now with the Fortress FT01. The case kept the computer running cool, with positive air pressure driving...-
By HardwareHeaven on August 18, 2009
Today were going to be looking at the FT01 chassis which is a return to a more traditional design implementation â€“ simple yet elegant. This mid-tower chassis incorporates design cues from the immensely popular TJ07 chassis and is home...-
By Maximum PC on July 20, 2009
Solid, competent, and classy, but not flashy Silverstone is well-known for releasing a few solid chassis every year, usually rehashes of its Temjin full-tower line. But this year has already brought two excellent cases that mark departures from the...90
By SilentPC Review on June 24, 2009
How much Silverstones touted uni-body construction and positive pressure cooling affected the cases performance is difficult to assess. Regardless, the Fortress is substantially better than their last uni-body effort. Dampened panels, soft(er)...-
By TechwareLabs on May 22, 2009
Overall, this case was a joy to work with, and one of the best-looking cases I’ve worked with to date. The brushed aluminum looks nice, without the fingerprint issues that a smooth-polished finish would have. The dampening foam quiets a lot of the...-
By Pureoverclock on April 15, 2009
Back in 2006, SilverStone Technology Co. released the world’s first uni-body chassis with their award winning Temjin TJ07. The TJ-07 was known for unique look which was accomplished by using one single piece of aluminum bent into a U-shape that...-
By Bjorn3D on February 12, 2009
When I first saw the picture on the box of this chassis, I thought to myself, "Great, another Antec 900 look-a-like." This assumption couldnt have been further from the truth. In fact, the Silverstone FT01B-W is much more than that, and has many...90
By Modders-Inc on February 01, 2009
As I stated at the foreword of the review that a PC case is a personal item, but there is one thing that we all have in common and that is we want quite cooling. I was ready for a more noise friendly PC on my desktop and I was rather pleased on how...90