At 215.3 x 426.5 x 481.5mm (8.5 x 16.8 x 19") the SilverStone PS11B-W is built for ATX motherboards but it is not so large a micro ATX board would look ridiculous installed within it. The simplicity of the design is reflected in the $50 asking price which is perfect for those just looking for a functional enclosure to house their components. Air cooling will likely be sufficient for most builds, two 120/140mm fan slots in the front as well as two 120mm on the back and one on both the top and bottom will keep air moving or give a good mounting position for an AiO watercooler. Check out Benchmark Reviews full article here for more information.
"The SilverStone PS11B-W is a versatile entry level enthusiast case, featuring bottom-mount PSU, USB 3.0, variable size fan mounts and locations, a variety of hard drive mount options, and space enough for the most gigantic of graphics cards on the market. In this article for Benchmark Reviews, I’ll be putting the SilverStone PS11B-W to the test. Can the SST-PS11B-W deliver on all it’s promises? Let’s find out."
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Looks nice and costs little.
Looks nice and costs little. Another alternative to one of my favourite lost cost cases Fractal Design Core 2300.