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Great Thermal Properties.
Open Design Great for Working In.
Innovative motherboard placement.
Clever new design.
Less Plastic Could Be Used.
Drive Cages Could Be Reoriented.
Should have 8th Expansion Slot.
Could use extra room behind 5.25" bays.
Hard drive cage seems lazy.
Top 5.25” drive bay could be very difficult to use with SATA optical drives due to restricted space caused by the I/O bays.
By Benchmark Reviews on January 11, 2011
IMPORTANT: Although the rating and final score mentioned in this conclusion are made to be as objective as possible, please be advised that every author perceives these factors differently at various points in time. While we each do our best to...
By Bit-tech.net on September 09, 2010
Despite our initial reservations, we're glad that SilverStone stuck to its guns and continued to develop its line of rotated-motherboard cases. They might not be ideal for water cooling, but then, few cases available at the moment are. At just over...
By Tech Arkade on June 10, 2010
Here is the final product, fully built and ready to go!Performance:Overall I am impressed with the RV02. Building a system in it was simple, basic cable managment was easy. However; the cooling performance is not as good as I was hoping. Coming from...
By K.S. Studios on March 18, 2010
Overall quality of this case is excellent. There are a few drawbacks like the hard drive cage and some minor cable routing issues, but they were not enough to really detract from this fine piece of hardware. The fit and finish alone rank this high on...
By LanOC Reviews on February 24, 2010
Who would've thought that something as simple as rotating a motherboard 90 degrees could have such an impact on the efficiency of a system? Silverstone. And the Raven 2 is an excellent example of the results, with a revolutionary cooling system and...
By Maximum PC on February 10, 2010
The chassis world turned topsy-turvy (again!) Like its older and larger sibling, the Raven RV01 (reviewed April 2009 as part of our full-tower roundup), Silverstone’s Raven RV02 is an all-black steel and plastic chassis with a defining feature:...
By PCWizKid's Tech Talk on December 22, 2009
PCWizKid was impressed with the Raven RV02 overall aesthetics, functionality and airflow performance. The ability to put in multiple large video cards other enthusiast hardware components for the overall value is terrific. The custom cooling...
By Metku.net on December 20, 2009
So then, after all the testing what's the verdict? Starting from the overall design, I really like it. Hidden under a desk, it very reasonably sized, in fact sitting there next to the Fortress it's just about the same height. While, without...
By SilentPC Review on December 04, 2009
The SilverStone Raven Two continues in the path forged by its predecessor, with some interesting changes, both positive and not so positive. For cooling of hot systems with minimal noise, the Raven Two is SPCR's new champ, by a small but clearly...
By TechNewsHW on November 25, 2009
It’s very rare to deal with a product as well thought out as the Silverstone Raven 02. After spending a couple weeks with this case we have nothing negative to report. We feel strongly about recommending this case to any member of the enthusiast...
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