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The RV05 ATX case maintains the unique stacked layout of the Raven series but cutting much of the wasted space in previous models, while delivering one of its better looking designs so far.
Silverstone's latest chassis isn't designed for gaming or even workstations. The DS380 is aimed directly at users who are building their own network-attached storage server.
The latest member to Silverstone's Raven family has gained recognition for being the ultimate Steam Machine enclosure. It can cram a fully-fledged enthusiast PC into an impressively small space.
When we compared the best CPU air coolers recently we wondered how these would fare against a water cooling setup. Closed loop systems are simple to install, perform great and are inexpensive.
The most obvious advantage in the Fortress FT04's design is improved GPU cooling. Once everything was installed the case performed well. We set the fans to medium and they were almost silent.
For years now we've had the ability to take a compact Micro ATX motherboard along with a high-end GPU and squeeze them into a custom case not much bigger than a shoe box.
The new Silverstone Fortress FT03 is unlike anything we've seen from the series before, utilizing its own unique design to take the form of a compact microATX case.
The Raven series employs an unconventional design that rotates the motherboard and power supply so they are mounted vertically with the I/O panel facing the top of the chassis. Besides improved cooling courtesy of the...
Released in late 2008, the original Silverstone Raven RV01 quickly caught our attention because of its strange orientation that pointed the motherboard upward at a 90-degree angle, so the "rear" I/O panel was placed on...