Right on the top of the box, it states that this is the SilverStone Primera Series PM01 with ASUS Aura Sync, but there is support for all RGB motherboards. We also see that the image of the chassis is one sporting the unicorn graphics. We also see that not just the fans, but LED strips are also RGB compatible.
The black and blue design carries over to this side panel. It is here where the chassis features are listed for ten other countries, and is also where the company information sticker has been applied.
The back of the box shows us the black version of the PM01-FX with the unicorn of fire. All of the rest of what is seen is the same as was shown on the front.
The last panel not only shows all five versions of the chassis along with the specific model number, but it is also where SilverStone has placed the specifications chart. There is nothing in this chart that we did not cover on the last page.
Inside of the box, we find that the top and front of the chassis have plastic stuck to them to protect the shiny bits. The tempered glass panel has two layers of plastic stuck to either side of it, ensuring it will not get scratched.
After wrapping the entire chassis in a plastic bag, we then have thick Styrofoam used on the front and the back of the case. It has all worked wonders to deliver a chassis in pristine condition, but all that plastic has made this chassis a bit of a dust magnet.
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