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SilverStone SST-PS05B Mid Tower Chassis - Packaging

There is a new player from SilverStone's Precision series, the PS05. This case promises to be feature rich and not assault your wallet in the process.

| Mid-Tower Cases in Cases, Cooling & PSU | Posted: Jul 8, 2010 6:36 am
TweakTown Rating: 92%      Manufacturer: SilverStone

The Packaging


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The SST-PS05B arrives in a plain brown box with black as the main accent to display the naming and the image of the case. The "Designing Inspiration" in red is a nice touch to make it pop against the more subdued background.


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On the specifications chart you can find almost all of the needed information. I would have liked for the cooler height and card length to have been shown. That would make any questions easier to solve when filling your cart at the store.


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The back is a mirror copy of the front. Keeping the same screen for the front and back saves them money, so they can offer us this chassis at a better value.


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Here we have a multi-lingual listing of the special features included in the SST-PS05B. Sorry for the lack of visible information, but the transit company strikes again, and covered the information with stickers that aren't easily removable.


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Just like 90% of the cases I see, the SST-PS05B is shipped with a plastic bag surrounding the case and uses Styrofoam to center and protect the chassis during shipment.


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