Legit Case Reviews
SilverStone Precision Series PS05 Mid-Tower PC Case Review
|Product:||SilverStone PS05 Mid-Tower PC Case|
|Date:||Wed, Jul 14, 2010 - 12:00 AM|
|Written By:||Alton Engelman -|
Retail Box and Packaging
Not a bad set of specs, but as some will see in the image above, this case is for your standard ATX and Micro-ATX format only. So for those who have one of those E-ATX boards, you're out of luck with this case. Although I don't think there are many who would think of putting a board of that size into the PS05.
Looking inside the box we see that SilverStone took every precaution to make sure the PS05 is well protected against Mother Nature and the always friendly delivery guy (or gal). Pretty much a standard procedure these days, but I'm not complaining about how it's done. What isn't broken don't fix, right? Oddly enough, the PS05 came out of the box very easily, which is not a bad thing. I just usually have a fun time getting a case out of a box.
Here, we have the included screws, case lock and the manual. To be honest, I was a bit disappointed with the lack of mounting screws for the motherboard. There were only two mount screws. Actually, I will let you know why there're only two in a bit. I can say that I was honestly surprised at my findings regarding the mounts.
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Page 1 - The SilverStone PS05-B Mid-Tower PC Case
Page 2 - Retail Box and Packaging
Page 3 - External Impressions
Page 4 - Internal Impressions
Page 5 - Installing Parts
Page 6 - Conclusion