In the new products section of the SilverStone Technology, a description of the CS330 tower computer case has appeared, with interesting capabilities related to the storage subsystem. However, about everything in order.
The steel desktop tower case with dimensions of 210 x 374 x 385 mm with an aluminum front panel is designed for a micro-ATX, mini-DTX, or mini-ITX board. It has four slots for expansion cards up to 336 mm in length. The maximum allowable height of the processor cooling system is 165 mm, and the power supply cannot be longer than 160 mm. An interesting detail is integrated support for the processor cooling system.
On the front wall behind the removable filter is a 180 mm AP181 fan, the rotation speed of which can be selected equal to 700 or 1200 rpm. The noise level will be 18 or 34 dBA. The second filter covers the holes in the cover opposite the power supply. A 120mm fan or heatsink can be mounted on the rear wall.
On the front panel of the tower PC, there are three bays for 3.5-inch drives with SAS or SATA interface with hot-swap support. Below is a cage for five 3.5-inch drives. Another compartment, covered with a decorative cover, where you can put a disk drive or 2.5-inch drive, is located at the very bottom, under the fan. The I/O panel has two USB 3.0 and audio connectors.
Price and availability
SilverStone Technology CS330 Tower computer case has been priced at $189.99 and it can be purchased through the Amazon.com online store.
Last month, MSI has also expanded its PC Towers catalog with the availability of the MSI Creator P100X mini desktop computer for creative people, despite the small size, the MSI creator center configured with an Intel Core i9-10900K, an Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 Super, a Z490 mainboard and up to 64 GB of RAM.