At Computex 2014 SilverStone was showing off their full range of liquid all-in-one CPU coolers. These included the new Tundra TD03 Slim and Tundra TD02 Slim. Both of these coolers take advantage of higher-airflow and air-flow noise ratio of the included fans so they were able to slim down the radiators.
SilverStone has released photos of their upcoming Raven RVZ01 mini-ITX gaming case. This case features a flat-bed design that uses PCI-Express risers to orient your graphics card alone the plane of the case.
SilverStone is planning to release its newest series of power supplies and the work has been started on the project. They are looking forward to unveil not only one but two models of power supplies which will form part of the Strider Gold S Series. These two variants have been tagged as the 750 W SST-ST75F-GS and the 850 W SST-ST85F-GS.
Just four months after the release of the Raven RV04 SilverStone is already working on the Raven RV05. The first prototype of the case was shown to the Japanese Press. The RV05 features a slick new design and brings back the classic rear-top orientated motherboard tray, which positions the I/O ports and expansion cards on the top of the case.
We mainly know SilverStone for their cases and for good reason, they are high quality and look great. What if SilverStone took that same quality and put it into a LCD monitor mount? Then you would have what we are reviewing today which is the ARM Two ARM22SC dual LCD Monitor Mount from SilverStone. LCD arms are a great addition to any computer setup, especially if you are using a multi-monitor system. The ARM22SC is constructed with robust aluminum alloy and steel so this is a heavy duty piece of hardware. It will support two displays with VESA mounts. Read on as we get this installed and see how it transforms our desk.
Sometimes it can be hard to find an easy, affordable and reliable solution for external PC backups in one product. I have used several HDD enclosures and NAS products from several different makers and never really fell in love with any of them. Most of them have extremely complicated menus that you have to sift through to try and figure out how to change the RAID setup of the device. Then you have to wait several hours just for it to format a few hundred Gigs of space. In the past, when deciding on a RAID capable enclosure you really need to prioritize what is important to you and ask yourself a few questions. How much does it cost? How reliable it is? How easy is it to use? Keep all of those questions in mind as you read this review and I think you will be pleasantly surprised with this enclosure.
SilverStone’s Raven cases have been pretty impressive to say the least. The are very unique and make for a great gaming machine. Today we have the first pictures of the upcoming Raven RV04 case. Big changes on this case is the 90-degree clockwise-tilted motherboard tray in the RV03 has been replaced with an upside-down BTX-style motherboard tray. Read on for photos and more information about this case.
Small form factor systems are getting increasingly popular. With the amount of power in and features in new micro ATX and smaller motherboards means many people are opting for them over the traditional ATX motherboards. They not only cost less but allow you to build a system that is not a pain in the you know what to take to LAN parties. With the popularity of these motherboards there is a large demand for cases made specifically them. Today we are taking a look at one such case, the Precision Series PS07 from SilverStone. This case features a sleek tower design, removable motherboard tray, dual 120mm silent fans, USB 3.0 support and of course the quality you expect from SilverStone. Looking for a case for that Micro ATX motherboard? This may be the case for you!
We have just received one of the SilverStone’s latest cases, the PS07. The PS07 is the first case in the Precision Series that is designed for Micro ATX cases so you have a good balance of size and functionality. With 2 included cooling fans, room for both 3.5-inch and 2.5-inch hard drives, removable motherboard tray and top panel and USB 3.0 support this is a fully featured case. We’ve put together a video to give you a brief overview of the case, check for our full review very soon!