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    SilverStone Milo ML08

    Super-slim desktop, HTPC, portable gaming rig. Milo ML08 could be all three.
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    Re: SilverStone Milo ML08

    Exactly what I was looking for when I next upgrade. Will definitely be giving this further consideration when the time comes.

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    Re: SilverStone Milo ML08

    Great idea - just a shame it looks like a toolbox.

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    Re: SilverStone Milo ML08

    Pretty much the perfect layout for a mini-itx build with a decent graphics card. Agree on the looks though, guess it would be out of site most of the time...

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    Re: SilverStone Milo ML08

    Quote Originally Posted by Froggywoggy View Post
    Great idea - just a shame it looks like a toolbox.
    Better a toolbox than another one that looks like Autobots and Decepticons!!

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    Re: SilverStone Milo ML08

    I think the RVZ series look better, but this is still tempting. Silverstone have some cracking cases on offer.

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    Re: SilverStone Milo ML08

    Having just done a build with this case, I can confirm how well built it is. There's actually more room for cable routing in this than the larger RVZ01. And I have to say, I was extremely surprised how quiet it was. Great little box.

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    Re: SilverStone Milo ML08

    Great size, like the handle, fair price. Shame about the looks. In terms of design, I still prefer the Dan A4-SFX (assuming it's ever released).

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    Re: SilverStone Milo ML08

    I actually quite like the look of it, never liked the look of silverstone prices tho...

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    Re: SilverStone Milo ML08

    Gee, sure looks like they need to hire a designer, although not necessarily a yacht designer.

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    Re: SilverStone Milo ML08

    not too keen on the aesthetics, looks a bit plasticky for the price.

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    Re: SilverStone Milo ML08

    I think they missed a trick - they should've had the option of putting a VESA monitor mount on one side of the case so you could hang a small LCD monitor on it. Perfect for a LAN party

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