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Hi OCNers, soon I'll move to USA for my graduate studies.
I will bring my laptop with me, but have witnessed the power of PC, I cannot help but bring my lovely with me.

So for easiness to take this pc with me, I need to downsize it.
Spec is as described in sig, but with these slight change:

- Case : Corsair 600T --> Silverstone PS07
- Motherboard : Asrock z68 extreme7 --> Asus Maximus V gene
- CPU cooler: Corsair H70 --> Corsair H80 (maybe)

I have read n watch a video review from OC3D about PS07 and I'm almost certain. But lack of photo build and user opinion about this case make me hesitate a bit.

So, I need your opinion about this case, link to a build with PS07 would be nice.. smile.gif
Edited by gadget_lova - 7/19/12 at 4:54am
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i dunno g, silentpc's review concludes that its considerably worse than the tj08e
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Originally Posted by Vuashke View Post

i dunno g, silentpc's review concludes that its considerably worse than the tj08e

They are re-testing both TJ08-E and PS07 with a slightly different setup now. From our own internal testing, there should not be that big of a difference between the two cases.
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They are re-testing both TJ08-E and PS07 with a slightly different setup now. From our own internal testing, there should not be that big of a difference between the two cases.

Simply the front fans, correct?
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They are re-testing both TJ08-E and PS07 with a slightly different setup now. From our own internal testing, there should not be that big of a difference between the two cases.

Nice, silverstone themself reply me.. wink.gif
Could you link me to the revised review? Btw, i have read the initial silentpc review and I don't understand why there are so much difference for cpu temp.

Also for the front fans, do you recommend change them for higher static pressure like the gentle typhoon or straight airflow fan like air penetrator?
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post #6 of 6
SilentPCReview haven't finished the retests yet. They will use the same fans that come with the cases. The only change in the retest is the way they mount the hard drive, which will in term change how they mount the CPU fan onto the heatsink.

As for the front fans on the PS07, every system will be different so I would highly recommend that you try running with the default fans first. I think you'd be happily surprised that the original fans can already do a pretty good job cooling.
Edited by SilverStone - 7/24/12 at 10:29pm
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