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Silverstone Fortress FT02

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Posted March 11, 2010 by Jake in Cases & PSU

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Features & Specifications

Below are the special features for the SilverStone FT02B-W:

  • Revolutionary 90 degree motherboard mounting from the RAVEN RV01
  • Innovative 4.5mm aluminum unibody frame from the Temjin TJ07
  • Three 180mm fans for unprecedented positive pressure and stack effect cooling
  • Supports liquid cooling radiator mounting
  • Motherboard back plate opening behind CPU area for quick cooler assembly
  • Supports 11” wide ATX motherboards
  • Foam padded interior for advanced noise absorption

Below are the specifications:

  • Model: SST-FT02B-W
  • Case Type:  Mid Tower
  • Dimensions: 212mm (W) x 497mm (H) x 616mm (D)
  • Color:  Black
  • Material: 4.5mm aluminum
    unibody fram, 0.8mm steel body

  • Side Panels: Transparent Window
  • External 5.25"drive bay: 5
  • 3.5" drive external: None
  • 3.5 drive bay internal: 5
  • 2.5: drive bay internal: 1
  • Expansion slots: 7
  • Motherboard: SSI CEB, ATX (maximum 12” x 11”), Micro ATX
  • System fans: 
    -Top (exhaust): 120mm @ 1200 RPM
    -Bottom (intake): 3 x 180mm @ 700/1000 RPM
  • Removable Motherboard Tray: No

In SilverStone’s traditional fashion, the box is black with a large picture of both the silver and the black versions of the enclosure.  This box is quite heavy weighing in right at 35lbs.  Below the handles on either side of the box, we find the specifications on one side and an introduction and multi-lingual feature list on the other.  The back of the box has a picture of the inside of the case along with the features being pointed out and labeled.  The box is very large for a mid-tower box, but this is due to the Styrofoam that suspends it in place.  This being said, there is no need to worry about your case showing up damaged.

Let’s take a closer look at the exterior now.

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