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Rotated motherboard tray to improve airflow.
Screwless retention mechanism for drives.
Cablerouting clips on motherboard tray.
Excellent hard drive mounting system.
Two smooth, quiet 180mm fans.
Only one SATA backplane provided.
Very strong steel and plastic construction.
Very sleek and unique case form.
Incredible Stacked Effect Cooling system.
Very well thought out interior design.
More efficient air cooling design.
The automated sliding front door.
Plastic outer shell.
Non removable motherboard tray.
Only one SATA backplane provided.
The automated grinding gear sound from the front door.
Finger print removal is horrible.
The hard drive area for running cables and closing the door is just ridiculous.
By 3dGameMan on November 03, 2009
Video Review: The SilverStone Raven RV01 Case is available in a black color with or without a window. It has a reinforced plastic outer shell & an .8mm steel body. It has a number of very unique features, one of them being that the motherboard tray is...
By Motherboards.org on July 17, 2009
SilverStone says they are targeting this case for the Extreme Enthusiast and it has a plethora of features and innovation for just that crowd. The price tag online is $249.99 as of this writing, making it not for the faint of heart when it comes to...
By Pureoverclock on June 10, 2009
What is it about the common raven that instills fear in the hearts of men? Is it the Bowie knife shape of its beak, or maybe the profound intelligence behind their beady eyes? Whatever it is about the raven that makes us fear these birds, one thing...
By XSReviews on May 14, 2009
Overall the Raven is a great quality chassis. Its highly innovative design is a breath of fresh air in one of the more static segments of the PC industry, and although the aesthetics will certainly invoke polarized opinions, the build quality is...
By Maximum PC on May 10, 2009
A new twist on mobo orientation While most Silverstone cases tend toward polished metal and (if you’re lucky) a side window, the Raven’s hard plastic exterior takes its stylistic cues from a stealth bomber. Appropriately, everything on this...
By SilentPC Review on May 07, 2009
The Silverstone Raven is one of the more interesting cases weve come across. We can see a lot of advantages to rotating the motherboard tray. Doing so brings the power connectors closer to bottom-mounted power supplies, and helps airflow out of the...
By HardwareHeaven on April 20, 2009
The Raven is an interesting product and throughout testing we have had a number of mixed thoughts about the chassis. First and foremost, this is a design concept we have never seen from SilverStone before. Gone are the understated, slick looking...
By Phoronix on April 03, 2009
While the Raven RV01 is yet another great SilverStone chassis, thanks to its top-notch build quality, unique exterior, and unique internal layout, we would not classify it as the best SilverStone enclosure we have reviewed. Our favorites would still...
By Custom PC on April 03, 2009
strong>The basic concept of the Raven seems to be sound - to suck in cool air through the bottom of the case and expel hot air from the top. However, the case design is confused. The rear of the case should tidy DVI and speaker cables, and building...
By Atomic MPC on April 01, 2009
If you like the looks, you’re going to love this...
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