Continuing on with our seemingly never ending journey this week, Alex and I made our way to the Silverstone suite. Impressed with what we found could very well be an understatement. Silverstone had great looking chassis on display for our viewing. The FT03 was the first chassis we stumbled upon in the Silverstone suite and it was an eye catcher. The Raven and TJ11 were also both extremely great looking as well and I will cover those two more in depth later on in the article.
Yes, the RV03 sure does have gold lines accentuating the front and top of the case. Gold seems to be making a slow comeback these days and now it has made its way onto a chassis. The RV03 keeps what has made the previous generations great and and added flare with the golden stripes. The two massive 180mm Air Penetrator fans on the bottom of the case to help remove excess heat effectively. The RV03 looks to still have great wire management options, but I would need to test it in person to actually see if that holds true.
As you can see, the TJ11 is HUGE! It has nine 5.25″ exposed drive bays, with the hard drive installed in the bottom by default. You can take the hard drive bays out and install them in the 5.25″ drive bays if you want more room for water cooling. In the bottom it can hold a PSU and two 4x120mm radiators, which will make the TJ11 one of the best water cooling cases on the market. It also has the 180mm Air Penetrator fans helping to remove the unwanted heat. Silverstone did not want to completely modify this case themselves, but would rather have the user modify it and make it completely unique.
The Silverstone suite was impressive with three cases catching our eye. The release date of the TJ11 was supposedly by the end of this month, January, and RV03 around February. It is looking like a big year for SIlverstone with these three cases helping lead the way in the chassis market.