The folks over at Overclocked Cafe have just posted a review of the Silver Pro Gamer Case. Nice and pretty, but does it handle the workload that we as overclockers demand? here's a snip:
"There're so many good things to point out here that I don't know where to begin. Some of the obvious features are the four 5.25" drive bays (all external) and the three 3.5" drive bays (one internal, two external). For those of you not-so-good at math, that makes this a 7-bay mini-tower. The power supply is tucked up into the top back corner of the case, so there's no wasted space there. In addition to the ATX opening, there are places for parallel, serial, and game ports (one each). To round things out, there are the (more or less) standard, seven slots. Making good on their attempt at a "tool-less" case, each slot cover is held down by another one of those thumbscrews, that, as expected, the steroid-induced monster failed to overlook. I'm definitely wearing out the battery on my cordless drill."