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Silverstone Reveal Upcoming PC Cases at Computex 2019

Silverstone

Another day here at Computex 2019, and we’re back with Silverstone to check out a few more of their upcoming cases for 2019, and perhaps even beyond that. One of the first ones is the RL08 Mid-Tower. It’s still got the classic Redline series design, but with a few tweaks. It’s only a prototype right now, which is why the front panel display isn’t orientated correctly, but it will be at release. It features an inverted interior, as well as tempered glass side panel.

SETA A1

The Seta A1 ATX looks fantastic too. It has a super curvy front panel and amazingly, no front panel I/O. This means there’s no power button either, and they’ve given it an external one on a cable. Handy if you PC is under your desk, as you can have the power switch up on top for easy access. It’s made from Aluminium and Steel, and features a tempered glass window to show off your build.

FARA V1

This is a fair bit larger, but has a stunning front panel high-airflow mesh design. IT really shows off the RGB well, while also providing good air filtration. As you can see, it has tempered glass over the steel body. It’ll house two 200mm fans, 2 x 140mm fans, and 1 x 120mm fans.

FERA B1

This one is a fairly similar design, but with less mesh on the front, only having it off to the side for lower noise.

Raven Prototype

This one is one of the best. It’s got a really unique look, as you would expect from the Raven series. It has no noticeable front or back, as the rear I/O is hidden under a mesh top panel. The rotated motherboard mounting means airflow comes from huge Penetrator fans in the base, blowing upwards. While the GPU, CPU, etc, all exhaust out of the top also. It still needs some work, but I suspect we’ll see the final model at CES 2020.

SG14

A lovely mini-ITX model with impressive hardware support. It still needs a few tweaks I think, as the tempered glass is very close to the GPU mount. However, the magnetic front panel cover means it has a 5.25″ drive bay, good radiator and fan support, and room for a mini-ITX build with long GPU.

Computex 2019

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Peter Donnell @Xavilend

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