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Thread: SilverStone focuses on microATX chassis, super-dense PSU

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    SilverStone focuses on microATX chassis, super-dense PSU

    We take a booth tour with marketing manager Tony Ou.
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    • Xlucine's system
      • Motherboard:
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      • 16GB @ 3.2 Gt/s
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      • Crucial P5 1TB (boot), Crucial MX500 1TB, Crucial MX100 512GB
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      • Silverstone TJ08-E
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    Re: SilverStone focuses on microATX chassis, super-dense PSU

    I like the new cases. It looks like there's a 5.25" drive on the front, which is an odd choice - it'd be useless if there's a GPU installed. I'd rather see the whole motherboard moved down a bit and the PSU changed to an SFX model to make space, so that a top rad won't foul the expansion slots. The bend in the motherboard tray to improve access to the SATA connectors is a nice touch. The new case isn't as well jenga'd as my TJ-08E, but it'll still fit plenty of kit and looks quite sharp - and USB-C is a plus!

    That short PSU would be handy in my TJ-08E (since the normal space for spare PSU cables is filled with 5.25" drive), but kind of pointless for M-ATX - I don't really see the use case for it (if you're dealing with a kW of heat, you'll probably want a bigger case).

    That 3.5" to M.2 looks like a very expensive way to get SATA storage.

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    Re: SilverStone focuses on microATX chassis, super-dense PSU

    these all look like great products. quality + originality

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