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Silverstone LC20 Case Review
By: Rich Smith
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    Table of Contents:
  • Silverstone LC20 Case Review
  • Opening the box
  • The outside of the case
  • The inside of the case
  • Installing hardware
  • Final thoughts

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    Silverstone LC20 Case Review - The outside of the case

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    I can tell you that this case, in black, is indeed beautiful. It has the same basic look as your typical stereo component, and should fit in nicely. I prefer black stereo components, so I'm quite happy that the model we received was black.  Let's take a look at the case from the outside.

    On the front right of the case are two doors. You open these doors by pressing them on the top. The larger door on top houses up to two optical drives.  Here's a pic of the door open.

    The other door is much slimmer, and on the bottom.  It contains four USB ports, a Firewire port, and jacks for headphones and a microphone. Here's a pic to illustrate.

    On the left side of the case, on the front, is an attractive power button.  Not your normal PC case, that's for sure.

    Moving on with our tour, along the side we find an exhaust port that can hold an 80mm fan.  It's these small things that make a case a joy to work with.

    And this brings us to the back of the case.  Let's take a look at it, and then discuss it.

    Looking at the above pic, you can see that the motherboard sits all the way to the left.  Directly above the motherboard socket opening, there is room for two 80mm fans, for further ventilation of the case. The one thing that's kind of odd about this case is the placement of the PSU, over to the right.  But we will discuss that a bit later.

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