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Removable roof and motherboard tray.
Easily removable dust filters.
Support for long graphics cards.
Up to 13.5" video card.
Cooling Tower space.
USB 3.0 to 2.0 converter included.
Compatibility between HDD and CPU cooler.
Plastic front panel.
No 3pin to Molex adapter.
Lots of screws.
No toolless mounts.
Rubber feet glued on.
PSU rack a little thin.
Internal materials could be stronger.
RAM clearance may be an issue.
By Computer Shopper on April 01, 2013
This minimalist-looking MicroATX chassis is well-designed for building a power-user minitower PC. Enthusiasts with lots of drives and a big video card will find loads of flexibility per cubic inch here....
By ThinkComputers on February 06, 2013
As I said in the introduction of this review micro ATX or smaller motherboards are becoming extremely popular. With that many people are building small form factor systems. The thing that I’ve seen is that many people have to sacrifice when...
By Vortez on August 08, 2012
Drawing our thoughts to a close then, the PS07 is an impressive M-ATX offering from SilverStone. Whether you prefer black or white, the understated elegant design will satisfy a wide range of individuals including the enthusiast and gamer. Build...
By SilentPC Review on July 05, 2012
It's impossible to talk about the SilverStone Precision PS07 without comparing it to the Temjin TJ08-E. The Temjin is superior in both thermal and acoustic performance thanks to its larger, better sounding stock fan, and its more direct intake vent....
By Kitguru.net on April 17, 2012
A great option for those looking to build a powerful compact...
By OverClock Intelligence Agency on April 03, 2012
The micro-ATX PS07 deviates from the rest of Silverstone's Precision line in its small size and light weight. Its appearance is unblemished by brightly colored contrasting trim or splashy graphics, and is available in only white or black matte...
By Metku.net on February 19, 2012
Overall PS07 is a great case. It looks good, the installation is made as easy as possible, the cooling performance is excellent and you can fit a real beast inside it. The biggest problem with the chassis is that the HDDs may not fit if the CPU...
By AnandTech on January 03, 2012
We were big fans of SilverStone's Temjin TJ08-E when we reviewed it back in August. Who wouldn't be? Even SilverStone was surprised at just how effective the little enclosure was, producing better cooling and acoustics than their own...
By Benchmark Reviews on December 29, 2011
With a small footprint and lots of internal space, there isn't much wrong with the SilverStone PS07. It's a well thought out case, with the arguable exception of so many screws needed for assembly. Appearance is always subjective, but this case...
By HEXUS.net on December 26, 2011
We began a search for the ultimate micro-ATX chassis back in August with Silverstone's Fortress FT03, but found that while the chassis wasn't short of charm, it suffered from niggling issues that compromised the product as a whole.Our search was...
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