Author: Bob Buskirk
Precisions PS07 Overview
For a full video overview of the Precision Series PS07 check out our video below.
When I first took the PS07 out of the box the first thing that I thought was damn this thing is sleek, and it really is! As you can see from the photos below we received the white version of the case, but it also comes in black as well. This is a tower case, but it is much smaller than your normal ATX case. The official dimensions are 210mm(W) x 374mm(H) x 400mm(D). The case is mainly made of steel and plastic, but it does have a few aluminum accents.
Starting at the front of the case there are two 5.25-inch drive bays. Along the side of the case are all of your connections and buttons. You have two USB 3.0 ports, headphone and microphone connections, power and reset buttons and power and hard drive activity LEDs.
Moving down from there is just a plain section but it opens up to reveal two 120mm silent fans. Covering the fans is a dust filter than can be easily removed. Both of the fans are white, which match the case perfectly.
On each side of the case there are large vents. These allow for air to flow into the case. Also on the left side of the case there are buttons that make it very easy to remove the two 5.25-inch drive bay bezel covers.
On the top of the case there is a ventilated section where your power supply will be mounted. There is a magnetic filter here that is easy to remove for cleaning.
Taking a look at the side back of the case you can see how the interior of the PS07 is set up. At the top is where your power supply will be mounted, you have 4 expansion slots and at the bottom there is a 120mm fan slot, although this fan is not included. Of course on both side panels there are thumbscrews for easy disassembly.
Before we get inside I wanted to mention that both side panels are completely plain. Also SilverStone has installed washers on the thumbscrews on the side panels. This stops the thumbscrews from scratching up the area around the holes on the side panel.