A Look Inside
When you open the case up you will see that SilverStone has continued the white inside. It looks awesome and will really make your installed hardware “pop”. The PS07 not only supports micro ATX motherboards, but mini ITX as well. There is a large cutout on the motherboard tray that will allow you to install an aftermarket CPU cooler without having to remove the motherboard.
You have two cages that will house your hard drives. The top cage has room for four 3.5-inch hard drives. The bottom cage supports one 3.5-inch and one 2.5-inch hard drive (both at the same time). Both of these cages can be removed.
The two 5.25-inch drive bays do not use a tool-less system. I actually like this, so many tool-less systems end up being cheap and not working. I’ll go with plain screws over a tool-less system any day. At the bottom of the case is an interesting feature. It is a support for CPU coolers. If you have a larger CPU cooler it can rest on this support which will alleviate the pressure on your CPU socket and motherboard.
Taking the other side panel off the case you can get an idea of how you are going to route your cables. There are two large cable routing holes on the motherboard tray and another one towards the top of the case by the power supply mounting. While these openings do not have rubber inserts the metal is rounded so you shouldn’t cut yourself or your cables when you are routing them. The motherboard tray is removable. You take out a few screws and slide the tray out by pulling it towards the front of the case.
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