Packaging and the DS380
Packaging for the DS380 really focuses on the chassis' ability as a storage enclosure.
Here we have the right side of the chassis, which carries a blank steel appearance.
Moving to the left panel, we see SilverStone has designed this to be the air intake for the front drive cage.
Here we have the back of the enclosure. As you can see, the DS380 will accept SFX power supplies. Moving down, we have two expansion slots and a single 120mm fan.
With the chassis, SilverStone has added quite a few bits to help with the build. Among other parts, we have drive labels, keys for the front door of the chassis, and screws.
On the front of the chassis and with the door open, we get a good look at the drive bays. As you can see, we have the eight bays that have been prescribed for the enclosure. USB 3.0 ports flank to the left along with the reset and power buttons.
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