( 3.8 Average / 19 Ratings )
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LIke I said, use different standoffs. Other than that solid MicroATX case for the price.
Would not buy this case again. After using this case for a year I bought a Cooler Master N200 and migrated the system over. The PS08 has a terrible layout for where to put your drives, a top mounted PSU, and unimpressive airflow. Even worse, there are literally no cable management options on the PS08. I've been much happier with the Cooler Master N200.
This is a really cheap case - you get what you pay for. There's not much room inside, and not many cable management options, so I have to tuck the cables in empty hard drive bays. No room behind the motherboard tray at all. Anyways. I think the case looks nice, and the airflow isn't terrible.
got this case hoping it wouldnt feel cheap, it surpassed my intentions, and looks very clean. has room in the back for smaller fans, and an openable cage in the front that fits larger fans. The included fan is very quiet. Beware, and normal to larger size graphics cards will block drive bays. I had to ghetto mount the hard drive in a disk drive mount. Oh well, it worked well and did hide the cables better. 5/5
The PS08B is the only component I wish I would have changed. Yes, it is a cheap case and I expected very little, but the size was a shock. The case is good quality for the price and has decent airflow as what I can tell, but is very tight. For a first time build, I would not recommend this to a builder. It looks nice and does it job.
This was the cheapest case I could find. I'm starting to wish I'd bought something slightly more expensive. It gets the job done, but there is very little room for cable management behind the cutout and I just hand to spaghetti route a lot of my cables throughout the case. It's just a bit bland in looks too. I guess you get what you pay for though. I'd still recommend it if you're on a tight budget.
Good looking and small, but some parts of the case don't align well with the hardware. My PSU, MB and its PCIe/PCI slots are not aligned correctly. No space for cable management, had to stuff my cables in the CD drive bay.
case itself isn't very roomy and has barely any cable management. keep in mind there is only like 1cm of cable clearance on the back panel for cable management. included fan is decent, pretty quiet. case itself is pretty solid, though side panel is kinda flimsy
It is small and looks fine. I like the front fan panel as well. Only dislike is the little room for cable management.
for $50 NZD i wasn't expecting much but Silverstone has managed to impress me
Working in this case was breeze & everything just slotted into place
My only complaints is the hard drives stick out bit far
i had to take the stock cooler off to fit it in
& cable management can be a bit iffy especially if you don't have flat cables imo but it was manageable