Thinking back to the last chassis we looked at from SilverStone's Precision series, I am bringing up images of a case shaped sort of like an Antec 900, but with a slight bulge in the front bezel, while everything was black, inside and out. There was ample wire management, good drive bays that functioned well and decent cooling. Spiking my interest, I just went back to the images and quite frankly, the PS05 was stylish, yet plain enough to fit just about everyone. Change is afoot for those who appreciated the Precision series chassis in the past.
This time around SilverStone took the PS05 and gave it a whole new feel and look. Not only are most of the exterior features new, there are plenty of new additions to this new submission, while just keeping the essence of the shape and style of the PS05. Think about it this way. Take the PS05, give it a facelift both outside and inside, add updated functionality, a window, a few splashes of blue accents and Raven-like inspirations as well.
Of course, this is just my take on what the PS05 and the new arrival to me are all about. I think the best thing to do is take a closer look at the SST-PS06B-W chassis SilverStone has sent me. As I spin through this review, I will point out where the case has improved and where the chassis may need a little bit of work. Hopefully at the end of reading this you will know if this budget friendly chassis is the perfect home for your next build. So run and grab a soda, and get comfy, because there is a lot to show off with the latest of the Precision series from SilverStone.
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