Silverstone Raven RV05-BW Chassis Review

by - 5 years ago

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Interior


The side panels are unique in design as they lift vertically out of the chassis. There is a small button and catch under the top edge of the side panel that helps lock them into place.

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The interior of the chassis has been treated to the same stealthy black finish as the exterior.

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In the bottom let you’ll find a removable tool free hard drive dock for 3.5″ drives.

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In the base the dual 180mm fans cover the whole bottom of the chassis and I have no doubt they’ll do a great job of pushing significant airflow through the chassis to all major components.

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Around the back you’ll find plenty of cable routing space and a few cable tie loops to help keep everything in check.

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towards the front is the slim optical drive bay mount, nicely out of the way to save space in the front of the chassis.

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There are two 2.5″ drive mounts behind the motherboard, one at the bottom of the motherboard.

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The other at the top. These are really handy for those who have opted to remove the front 3.5″ drive bay to make room for other components.

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1 Comment on Silverstone Raven RV05-BW Chassis Review

  • Wayne says:

    I’ve built a few systems in Silvestone chassis’s and to me (as you guys are so fond of quoting) they’re like Marmite. The folk that have them love them. I’m not keen on them, they’re too edgy for my taste but I can’t deny their quality.

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