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    Default SilverStone PS10 Case Review

    Are you in the market for a budget priced chassis that looks like you spent more? Introducing the PS10 case from SilverStone, a mid tower case that offers a wide variety of hardware configurations and cooling support. SilverStone frequently leans toward a more budget build of case, yet their cases don't lack for interesting character which appeals to many builders. Can the new PS10 live up to both of these expectations? Read on to find out!

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    Default Re: SilverStone PS10 Case Review

    Nice review Joe! Case would be better with a window! Decent for entry level systems.
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    Default Re: SilverStone PS10 Case Review

    Good read Joe. And Sandy is right It need's a window.

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    Default Re: SilverStone PS10 Case Review

    It definitely would look better with a window but may cause issues with the padded noise suppression panels

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    Default Re: SilverStone PS10 Case Review

    Yep, need a window. Good review Joe. Thanks. Overall one good case for basic waco builds. Decent price.

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    Default Re: SilverStone PS10 Case Review

    Really nice entry level case do the make a windowed version of it ?

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    Default Re: SilverStone PS10 Case Review

    Quote Originally Posted by vinman View Post
    Really nice entry level case do the make a windowed version of it ?
    I haven't heard anything about a window, but I'm not expecting them to come out with one due to the sound dampening panels. I could be wrong though so don't quote me on that.

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    Default Re: SilverStone PS10 Case Review

    Well then .Time to cut a window in one then..

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    Great review Joe

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    Default Re: SilverStone PS10 Case Review

    Quote Originally Posted by JKershner View Post
    It definitely would look better with a window but may cause issues with the padded noise suppression panels

    Good point. I guess is you need silent then you will have to suck it up and not have a window. The Define R4 is the same way. Thing is silent but you cant see everything if you want to not hear anything.
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    Default Re: SilverStone PS10 Case Review

    This would make a pretty decent ATX HTPC/Workstation case for people on a lower budget. The fact that it even allows you to operate with a 240mm radiator in the roof is pretty stout for that price range, too. Depending on your hardware config you could get a 240mm rad up there and use that for cooling a stock clocked Intel CPU and GPU for compute workloads and/or rendering (think quad core Xeon E3 1200 series). Not too shabby, thanks for the review Joe.

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