Silverstone was at Computex last week as well showing off a host of cases and power supplies, but we’ll focus on a couple that stood out.
First up is the ML03 mini-ITX case that has an aluminum front and support for a more sexy slim optical drive. There is support for a single 2.5-in HDD and I must say in person, the ML03 is probably my favorite mini-ITX design thus far.
In a follow up to the very popular SG05 mini-ITX case, that we actually just recently reviewed, the Silverstone SG06 will support a slim optical drive as well as a standard 2.5-in and 3.5-in hard drive while looking sleek with an aluminum face.
Moving away from the small cases, we have the upcoming Silverstone Raven 2, RV02. Available in July for about $150, the Raven 2 continues on Silverstone’s previous design by making it a big larger without support for eATX motherboards.
As with the Raven, the case design is turned 90 degrees with the GPUs facing to the TOP of the case to vent.
Silverstone is also going to start offering a much less “youthful” appearance chassis with the same 90 degree shifted design: the FJ02 will be available in August and sell for about $220 or so.