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Silverstone Redline Series SST-RL04B Mid-Tower Chassis Review - Accessories and Documentation

Silverstone Redline Series SST-RL04B Mid-Tower Chassis Review

It's time to see the Redline series, and see what a budget friendly chassis looks like from Silverstone with the SST-RL04B.

| Mid-Tower Cases in Cases, Cooling & PSU | Posted: Mar 6, 2013 7:25 am
TweakTown Rating: 89%      Manufacturer: Silverstone

Accessories and Documentation

 

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I took this image thinking all of the hex head with Phillip's head centers were all the same. In actuality the screws on the left are both 6/32 and M3. You also get nine standoffs and a handful of screws for mounting the storage drive into the plastic trays.

 

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In the kit is the unsealed dual 140mm fan dust cover. I flipped it upside down to show the 13 magnetic points that should hold this filter to anything made of steel. On the right is how you would get this filter if you were to buy it retail for any chassis.

 

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The manual isn't that large, in fact it is just a couple of pages long. On the front there is an image of the chassis with a list of the special features. At the bottom is an exploded view of the chassis along with a parts list for the hardware.

 

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Once unfolded, the instructions cover the removable bay covers to allow you to install an optical drive and then explain how the tool-free clips work. The right side addresses the storage drives and trays. Here it shows that the screws go through the sides for 3.5" drives and through the bottom for 2.5" drives.

 

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For the sake of this review, I am using a SSD. While it is just as easy to install the screws into the sides for larger drives, the SSD is mounted through the bottom of the plastic tray.

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