Silverstone Raven RVX01 Mid-Tower Chassis Review

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Interior


The top panel can be removed by two thumb screws at the back, and behind it, you’ll find what looks like a fairly standard rear panel. There’s room for seven expansion slots, six of which feature snap-off covers, and the top one is reusable, a 120mm fan mount, motherboard I/O and finally, the PSU mount.

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The side panels can be removed by undoing two screws on the top panel, allowing you to lift them out and access the chassis interior. It looks a little cramped here, but there’s quite a good amount of space, and there’s a large cut-out behind the motherboard to help with mounting your CPU cooler. There’s a metal panel crossing the front edge of this side, which can be used for mounting additional 3.5″ or 2.5″ drives,

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Located in the bottom rear of the chassis, two slide-in 3.5″ hard drive mounts.

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The rear panel comes off in the same way, showing a little space towards the back via some cut-outs, but there’s virtually no cable routing space here. You may get a SATA cable of fan cable routed, but that’s about it.

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the front panel can be pulled off too, not that there’s much reason to do so apart from the rare time you really want to get every dark corner a good cleaning.

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