SilverStone Precision PS07: Budget MicroATX Tower

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The overall build quality of the Precision PS07 is decent, similar to the Temjin TJ08-E. The only difference we noticed was slightly thicker construction at the top unsupported area where the optical drive bays and power supply are located. It's not as flimsy as we remember in the TJ08-E.

The side panels are a bit thin, but they fit incredibly tightly thanks to the long guides and multiple catches.

Like the TJ08-E, the major components are accessed on the right side of the case. The layout is the same except for the smaller fans at the front. They blow through the hard drive cage and over the CPU section of the motherboard. An optional fan slot is located at the rear.

The main drive cage can hold four 3.5 inch drives and is secured with just two screws, pulling out from the side. A smaller cage underneath is affixed to the bottom panel and offers both a 3.5 inch and 2.5 inch option.

If you use a tower heatsink, this support stand will keep it from bending downward.

The power supply is mounted just under the top panel, drawing air from top.

On the opposite side, there are just enough holes and hooks for routing and tying down cables.

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