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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 inside of the case

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    The inside of the case is nearly as impressive as the outside.  Here's a pic of it as soon as I opened it.

    Notice how wide open the case is inside?  It's almost a completely empty shell, and there is PLENTY of room to work.  In addition, there is a stabilizer bar running across the top of the enclosure, to add stability from front to back.  Let's take a close look at those cages.

    These are the hard drive cages.  As you can see, there are enough slots for six internal 3.5" hard drives.  Better yet, by removing the two small screws at the top of each cage, the cage is removed completely for securing the hard drives.  This makes it pretty simple to work on them.

    This picture shows the optical drive cage. This is where you would install your CD and DVD drives. There is room for two of these drives inside the cage. You can also easily remove this cage with the two screws seen at the top of the picture.  When you do so, you are left with the floppy drive cage. It's hidden from view in the above pic, but trust me, it's down there.

    Here's the area where the motherboard goes from a different vantage point.  Again, I stress that this case has a TON of room inside to work with, so let's go ahead and install some hardware!

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