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SilverStone announce new Primera PM02 mid-tower case

Featuring support for up to 6x120mm fans, full-sized tempered glass panel and a hypnotic front panel.

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Shaun Grimley
Published Thu, Nov 30 2017 6:43 AM CST   |   Updated Tue, Jun 16 2020 4:29 PM CDT

In a highly-competitive market of mid-tower cases, its easy to get lost in the vast range of products on offer. SilverStone have added to the sea of products with upcoming release of the Primera PM02 case, this mid-tower case features your typical tempered glass side panel, great connectivity and a hypnotizing front design, but doesn't stand out from the crowd.

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Featuring a mesh-like front, that is both bold yet aesthetically pleasing in appearance, the Primera PM02 is available in two color options- black with red highlights, or white with black highlights. The appearance is finished off with a full-sized tempered glass panel that looks fantastic.

Supporting graphics cards up to 415mm in length, the PM02 also supports CPU coolers up to 167mm and PSUs up to 190mm that is hidden away within the PSU shroud that also can house up to 3 HDD's. Storage support also features an additional three 2.5" drives hidden away behind the motherboard tray. Pre-installed with 3x120mm fans are included up the front and 1x120mm fan in the rear, with SilverStone's latest case allowing the ability to house up to six 120mm fans for excellent ventilation. Whilst on the topic of cooling, the PM02 can support up to 360mm radiator in the front, 140mm radiator in the rear and 2x120mm or up to 1x 280mm radiator up the top.

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The front panel includes three USB 3.0/3.1 type-A ports, one USB 3.0/3.1 type-C port (two 2-port standard headers) and both headphones and microphone jacks.

SilverStone are yet to release pricing or availability

NEWS SOURCE:techpowerup.com

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