SilverStone at Computex 2017: New Cases, PSUs and More

👤by Michael Pabia Comments 📅02.06.2017 07:44:09

SilverStone joins Computex 2017 and exhibits its new products including new 80PLUS Titanium certified power supplies, new cases and more. SilverStone also displayed different prototype models of cases which are set for future production.

Titanium-Rated PSUs: Strider Titanium Series

SilverStone expands its Strider Titanium Series offering lower wattages from 600W, including a 850W variant shown at the exhibit. The SilverStone Strider Titanium series on the other hand are in full ATX/PS2 form factor with a fully modular cable design. It is smaller than what other brands’ offer on the Titanium range having a higher power density design 646W per litre.

SilverStone Cases: RVZ03, PM01-RGB, PM01-FX

The RVZ03 is the newest addition to the SilverStone RAVEN Series of premium cases. The RVZ03 is a small form factor case that features dual-orientation options and has an aesthetic central lighting on the front of the case. The RVZ03 was showcased at the Computex 2017, see actual photo below.

Primera Series: PM01-RGB

The PM01-RGB is an upgrade of the Primera Series PM01 chassis. The PM01-RGB sports RGB lighting as well as a tempered glass side panel. It is available in three colours – Matte Black, Black and White. The white edition was seen at the Computex 2017.

Primera Series: PM01-FX Limited Edition

The PM01-FX is a limited edition version of the PM01-RGB case featuring a SilverStone Unicorn graphics on the side panel. Available in black and white colours.

Prototype Products at Computex 2017

Some of the prototype cases shown at Computex 2017 are simply an improved version of an existing model such as the RedLine RL06 with tempered glass and the Kublai KL07 with tempered glass panel as well. A prototype of the RVZ04 chassis was also shown at the exhibit. Specific details are yet to be by SilverStone.

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