The new Redline RL07 is a mid-tower chassis with a tempered glass side panel and is available in both black and white.
SilverStone enriches it Essential series, which consists of highly affordable members, with three new PSUs featuring 80 PLUS Gold efficiency, native/fixed cables and super compact dimensions.
With new tempered glass versions of its RL06-G and RL06-GP cases. SilverStone has joined the growing list of companies offering tempered glass side panels on a budget line of chassis.
The SilverStone ST45SF is one of the most affordable SFX PSUs. Its low price is a very strong advantage considering its decent performance.
SilverStone revealed the third generation (fourth, if you count the RVZ01 revision) Raven RVZ HTPC case, which brings RGB lighting to the company’s small form factor gaming PC chassis line.
This is great news for those of you who own a SilverStone modular power supply and are planning on upgrading to a larger case.
In addition to the SilverStone RVZ04 Micro-STX chassis we spotted at Computex, we also noticed that the company had what it billed as an “SFF for power users” on display in Taipei.
We spotted a compact, fully featured gaming PC in SilverStone's booth at Computex 2017 housed in a prototype RVZ04 chassis, which features a plastic outer shell along with a steel body.
Small Form Factor (SFF) systems usually use SFX or TFX PSUs. The latter aren't as popular as the former, though. SilverStone, a company devoted to compact PSUs, released the TX300, which follows the TFX form factor and has Bronze efficiency.
It's big enough to hold triple fan radiators on both the front and top, and it's half loaded with LED fans from the factory, but is SilverStone’s PM01 the best value in mainstream gaming cases?
Borrowing most of its design from its Raven RVZ02, is Silverstone's Milo ML08 an optimal slim chassis choice for mini-ITX builders?
The highest-end member of SilverStone's Strider Platinum line is the ST1200-PT, and we're ready to give it an exhaustive evaluation. It achieves a high power density score thanks to compact dimensions, and there's that 1200W capacity. But is this enough?
SilverStone released a powerful new SFX-L unit that boasts 700W capacity, Platinum-rated efficiency, fully modular cabling, and a single +12V rail. The SX700-LPT is based on a Sirfa platform and promises quiet operation thanks to its 120mm fan.