SilverStone Revives the Raven & RL Cases (RL08, RV Prototype)


'Ainoa Manuia
'Ainoa Manuia

I like the FT-05 revived instead of the RV series. I like the minimalist design of the fortress series. But, at least redesign for practical top handles

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CaptainNinjaKid
CaptainNinjaKid

I buy mATX because it usually less expensive for the mobo so I can afford a nice case.

Vor 2 Tage
Craig Beery II
Craig Beery II

Late to the party, but why not make the front panel 3 parts, a clear outer shell, a clear inner shell, and a film of choice in between. That way you can ship with a color, easy and supported to go clear by removing film, and you can mod easily, ie custom film, led, RGB led, whatever. Cost effective for both parties and you're pleasing both sides of the aisle and the outliers who are going to be unique.

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mjc0961
mjc0961

5.25" bay!!! You're my new best friend, Silverstone. 😍

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S______V___
S______V___

Glass instead of acrylic maybe flatter both front and top and I would buy it if there was an EATX compatible variant (Full-size HEDT Board).

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TheSailorKing
TheSailorKing

for RV prototype I think it would be best a tinted acrylic and keep the good airflow of Silverstone name

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GhostReaper2043
GhostReaper2043

For the RV Prototype, I'd rather see a tempered glass with improved airflow instead of acrylic on the front panel.

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Lance laRue
Lance laRue

I am interested in the Asrock a300 I hope the board will be able to be purchased separately.

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assassin2213
assassin2213

Please give me another RV with at least one 5.25” drive bay. I need my optical drive.

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Jon P Ybanez
Jon P Ybanez

a semi-opaque acrylic may appease a few folks. it could be transparent enough to allow any GPU RGBs to shine through while also acting a matte panel for those with no RGBs. for the rear, i do like the "beak" shape but perhaps an uninterrupted perforated panel that can passively exhaust heat while still allowing fans to push air through if more airflow is needed

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LRRPEXILE
LRRPEXILE

Can you asked SilverStone why is there no (( New Version of The FT02 )) ???? Which is the best SilverStone case of 2010. We’re in 2019 now and this new Raven design case?? Nothing major, No wow factor. I like the first design in the past, because it remind me of that old PS2 game called Armored Core and the game actually starts you as part of Raven group. Make the case to look like a Armored Core Robotic Head design.

Vor 4 Tage
kjevers1
kjevers1

The Raven, is an iconic case in design and functionality. I had the RV-01 I miss that case to this day.

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Philip Dijkstra
Philip Dijkstra

They had the Silverstone cs381at CES 2019, why didn't you cover it and ask if Q1 release is going to happen? This is THE nas case we (including yourself) are all waiting for.

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Andrés Cifuentes
Andrés Cifuentes

Give me that RV prototype case without that horrendous external design; make something nice and sober with those internals, Silverstone! Please! Gimme something worth finally getting rid of my awfully dated TJ10 for!

Vor 5 Tage
George Smith
George Smith

Bring the ap fans to 120 and 140mm in plain black the rgb ones out now are way overpriced

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Tecnologia
Tecnologia

Where is the CS381 ? Seems that Silverstone doesn’t want money from the homelab/NAS community

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maciguZ
maciguZ

Definitely, a transparent dark acrylic on the front should be placed, and the plastic should be removed from the back, so that the fans on the radiator have a good airflow. As for design of the sides I would not change anything. Size of the case is the right measure between RV02-E and RV05. I hope that we will get a subdue version of this case in the Fortress Series. I am very glad that SilverStone returned to this unique and excellent concept :)

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Frijin
Frijin

I don't understand the hate towards raven design. It's good that every case is not just a box with glass.

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Lily Lingg
Lily Lingg

I have ideas for the case. But to explain this here is a bit impractical.

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selectthedead
selectthedead

Hi Steve, so let's start with gimmicks as in interior features. 1. Rotatable Motherboard tray, So one can choose if one wants to display your CPU or GPU in the front or even change the side of the case on which side you want to show your system, this is for people who use liquid cooling and shorter cable channels for HMDI or Display cables. 2. Fan support on the front and top, although for top only 120 fans would fit, because you would need to run cables from the Motherboard somewhere. 3. Watercooling support. If they would chose not to support watercooling, I would build the PSU in vertically to save space. Otherwise use the space for radiator/pump/reservoir on both sides of the case for continues push/pull maximized airflow for vertical dual radiator useage . Also one could consider a 240 radiator mount for AIOs ontop next to the MB IO. 5. Big Bottom dust filter for the bottom in take and PSU, which you can remove from the front. Design: I would make the look more minimalistic so you could sell it either as a "Closed" Case like the BQ 800, where you could choose between tempered glass or normal side pannel, but add thin rgb for people want to make it all flashy. (Like the Corsair One or BQ 700) Additionally for the "Closed" Design I would choose a minimalistic front. For the flashy option I would make the front cover either see through mesh (for front radiator) or Tempered glass, so if one wants to build a dual GPU System, they can potentially show of one GPU through the front and the 2. with a "vertical" mound through the side. (That would be sick XD) For the Top, I would probaly go with plasic shroud with openings directing the airflow backwards away from the case and user. For the Case's Front IO 2 USB-C+ 2 USB 3+ Power and Reset button. I prefer Fan control and RGB control via software so I don't need any of those bottons/switches, But that's just my opinion. Well I hope this was helpful Steve, have a nice Day.

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UltraVert
UltraVert

I'm super glad the 90 degree layout is back. I/O at the top for easy access, no GPU sag and vertical GPU just plain looks way better. The inclusion of 2 radiator mounts for the CPU area makes no sense to me tho. The front panel looks awful, the back panel looks decent enough. On the hardware canucks video Dimitri said they were thinking this case should cost $200, please stop charging so much for the 90 degree layout! There is no reason you can't make it $100-150. If you want a case to be competitive at $200, re-release the FT02 with better cable management for high end buyers. This is a $125 case imo, tops. Lastly, I feel like Gamers Nexus helped make this case happen with their re-review of the RV02... so thank you GN!

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Alan Chan
Alan Chan

I hope SilverStone would design a front panel with the same design language as the FT02, as I think it is the most elegant design from Silverstone., although the glass front panel design is also a good idea. Also maybe they could make a cube case with vertical air path, just like Corsair Air 504/FD Node 804 merged with FT02, with more drive bays and cable management space.

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Ryan Ingram
Ryan Ingram

It gets really hard to design a unique case that functions well at maintaining a safe operating environment for the components it holds. With a significant amount of air being drawn up from the bottom of the case there shouldn't be any issue with sealing the front panel or heavily restricting air flow with tempered glass. Not that a glass front panel is original but it would be maybe the first to do it well and still maintain proper cooling. A glass panel would also show the graphics card or whatever cards are slotted in like the expensive optane drives which look amazing and saddens me that a 480GB card is basically hidden down in my case knowing how good the card looks from the side.

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Swordust
Swordust

2:41 If you look upside down, you'll see that Gamers Nexus is confirmed for Smash Ultimate.

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Charles Kress
Charles Kress

I've had a raven rv-02 since 2012, the problem I would like to see addressed on this version is how difficult it is to get to the rear io is to get to. The top cover is too difficult to get on and off. it would be better to have it on a hinge or something. I end up just leaving the top cover off most of the time. Stylistically the new raven looks like it has two front panels. I would personally vote for a window on the front and a flat back.

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Yankee Doodle
Yankee Doodle

I'm looking for a smaller ATX case to store my old build and save space. The only issue I'm running into at the moment is, I need at least one 5.25 inch drive bay for a Blu Ray drive. I'm currently using a CM Storm Scout 2.

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sparkyenergia
sparkyenergia

Okay so I understand this is a Raven and not a Fortress (so cheap cost with Raven design language.) However in my mind Corsairs previous Obsidian (750D) cases got it perfect. Construct your faceplate entirely of plastic then glue a thin piece of Aluminium to it as your finish. A brillant blend of premium and cost effective design. I think the Raven needs to evolve from its plastic beginnings. Cheap cases like the s340 elite sell for great prices but yet the plastic textured faceplate is nice and the tempered glass side panel is also great. As for internal changes The 180mm fans have no space at either end to allow you to mount a 180mm style radiator (like the EKWB WE 360 or the alphacool variation) That would be nice to see in a next generation Fortress. (but then I would love to see the days where you could get a 3*180mm rad in the bottom like the FT02.

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Paul
Paul

They should go mesh front to cool the GPUs better.

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MegaTechpc
MegaTechpc

I just love Silverstone cases! Still so unique and outside the box in a market of stagnant innovation. My TJ-11 cost me an embarrassing amount of money back in 2012 but it's been my case ever since and I dont plan on changing it anytime soon, if ever! Love the rotated and reversed mobo tray (removable too) and the solid aluminum construction. The quality is just next level imo.

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Dillon Deloge
Dillon Deloge

I use Micro ATX for a sleeper build in an old eMachines case.

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K3gamerK3 - Gaming
K3gamerK3 - Gaming

I'm excited to see what they do with the RV. Currently I have the PM01 RGB based off the strong RL06 review and saying it's functionally pretty much the same. The current back looks amazing I love that angled design. I say make the front tempered glass or make it have the angled design like the back.

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Rodney McKay
Rodney McKay

With the video card(s) in that location, yes, I would definitely want them to be very visible through the front panel! Totally un-tinted glass (or acrylic, if glass can't be done within their intended cost) would be my preference. From discussions of whatever version of the Cosmos had curved glass, I know that trying to curve glass leads to lots of broken glass and increased expense, so maybe flat tempered glass on a case similar to this one, with the same internal layout but without the "raven" motif? I mean, if having those angles on the front is the only reason tempered glass on the front panel isn't an option, maybe the "raven" concept is inhibiting more than inspiring good design now. I had a Raven 3 and loved it, mainly because of the inverted layout that totally eliminates GPU sag concerns, followed by good air cooling. Being black & angular was fine, but not why I got it.

Vor 6 Tage
J0xxe
J0xxe

Technically cool cases (heh, get it), but jesus christ the silverstone cases are ugly.

Vor 6 Tage
Marc Wolfe
Marc Wolfe

It has that old school gamer case look. I like square.

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Marc Wolfe
Marc Wolfe

You can see through mesh as much as tinted acrylic... but whatever.

Vor 6 Tage
luca4xxx
luca4xxx

no acrylic please

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Leon Pozo
Leon Pozo

I'm building a second pc with my soon to be spare r7 1700. I've always wanted an itx build. But never could afford to.

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TJ Rooger
TJ Rooger

Why not multiple versions? Golden opportunity for an ultra minimal box. Tinted TG to hide when it's off. Do a cheap version with plastic or steel for those that don't have bling cards or care about looks. Then do an OG space ship Raven like the one displayed. Oh yeah... A mATX version because SLI/crossfire is way over rated and 90% of normal people only need 1 PCIe slot anyway. It would take a lot to get the Corsair 280x off my desk.

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Ashngoy Uchiha
Ashngoy Uchiha

I'm new to this Raven case, but I'm concern about the Mobo io, since it seem to be under a cover and if I am a user of the case, I definitely don't want to be removing that cover Everytime I change my USB configurations. perhaps a cutout for the io that obviously won't ruin the top design?

Vor 6 Tage
PC MacGyver
PC MacGyver

Acrylic but angled and unique, not flat and with both cutouts for airflow in the front and like an inch of clearance for airflow on the sides of the front panel.

Vor 6 Tage
heretolevitateme
heretolevitateme

They should do a Micro-ATX case that's rotated like the raven. I just had to move my mATX system to an ATX case because my new Vega card was putting the small cube case in a chokehold. I wish the RL08 was already on the market, it looks perfect.

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Alex Gillman
Alex Gillman

The front on the Raven should be tempered glass. Probably too expensive though.

Vor 6 Tage
eddsson
eddsson

Nooo not acrylic. You've got a chance to make a beautiful, sleek case that doesn't compromise on air flow and it ends up looking like black Optimus Prime.

Vor 6 Tage
noko59
noko59

New Raven: Put an adjustable tint, front glass panel, to allow seeing in or not through the case - this would be unique, a first and would show off those expensive but nice looking video cards. The Raven looks like it lacks good custom cooling options. 360mm+ radiator option as well as other spots for other radiators. No reason why the backside of the motherboard could not support more larger radiator options if that section was widen and properly vented. Could make for a very clean custom cooling setup and easier to change out or add components on the motherboard. I have a SilverStone RAVEN RV02B-EW-USB3.0, loved the case until I did custom cooling, making a separate box with radiator pump and reservoir, piping into the case and out just looks sloppy. Case is obsolete now, great in it's day - bought a Fractal S2 case for this, just have not converted over yet. If the new Raven sets a new standard I would be more then happy to buy another.

Vor 6 Tage
Kenneth Madsen
Kenneth Madsen

I skipped using mATX, moving from a X79 system in mATX case, because of lack of good mATX cases. I have a Lian Li O11 Dynamic now, and thats not that much higher than typical mATX cases - only wider. The case I had was a Silverstone SG01-F, and I quite liked the form factor. However it did poor thermally after I switched the graphics card to a GTX1080, so it had to be changed. I opted for a Fractal Arc Mini, and while that did good thermally it wasn't that good looking. The O11 Dynamic I have now does both very well.

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Weuffel
Weuffel

Love the looks of the Fortress series, like the FT05. which basicly is a more sleek raven. if they'd make a version for that it would be nice with a flat acrylic front.

Vor 6 Tage
Евгений Князев
Евгений Князев

If you still have to remove side panel to clean the filter and top cover to change fan speed on the Raven it's a no-no. Also the abscence of HDD cages and optical bay should help to shrink it in depth. I had FT02 which is practically identical to RV02 performance-wise and recently sold it because those 2 reasons, tired of cleaning the filters and it would not fit on a table because of depth. Other than that the case was real good, it's like a succesful firearm platform - you improve it just a bit and it's back in business and up to modern standarts.

Vor 6 Tage
StaelTek
StaelTek

The RV better have EATX compatibility, that would open up the market even more for what the potential might be.

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Rufioh
Rufioh

I have a micro ATX case

Vor 6 Tage
Raul Saavedra
Raul Saavedra

Another vote against the Mazinger-Z looking cases, completely non-functional and ugly. @4:36 The cooling intakes seem somewhat out of balance. About 60% of the surface of those bottom fans seems to be for CPU cooling, so only less than 40% for not one but two GPUs? Looks somewhat off to me. Also the center of the CPU cooler fan is misaligned with respect to the center of the bottom intake fan, some suboptimality there. Front panel could also possibly be a mesh for the bottom/left GPU to breath a bit better. Top/right GPU can always be a little warmer/suffocated in multi-GPU setups because of the narrow breathing gap between the 2 GPUs. (If there is a strong case for water cooling, that would be multi-GPU setups. But there are few good use cases for multi-GPU setups in the first place though) PS. Gee if some PSUs had intake and outtake on the same direction (instead of having them at 90 degress), then all the airflow would be simply bottom to top, which would seem a lot simpler/better for air-cooled builds.

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needs|LITHIUM
needs|LITHIUM

needs the option for front fans, at least one, preferably mounted closer to the bottom, so LED would illuminate the the GPU if it had the acrylic front view pane.

Vor 6 Tage
needs|LITHIUM
needs|LITHIUM

I have more MicroATX than anything else

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inuraeu
inuraeu

I have a FT2 with a double 180mm radiator in the bottom and a 120mm rad in the top, cooling my cpu, gpu and motherboard. I chose the FT2 because of the clean design and would have loved a similar design on the new one, with updated internals ofc. If this case becomes a raven with RGB and space ship design, that is ok with me, but can I please get a new Fortress too :)

Vor 6 Tage
trued_2
trued_2

Now, I'm not in the market for a case right for the time being, but I have looked at Raven's in the past and could not afford them. That out of the way, the raven's design is probably on of the only cases that could work with an "infinity mirror" design and it wouldn't kill the performance as it does with the conventional design. I'd also be OK with an acrylic section in the from as long as the rest is matte/brushed and there is an option to not use the acrylic, I sleep in the same room as my pc so an acrylic front would allow any RGB lighting to come out quite easily.

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J. Colquitt
J. Colquitt

I'm a fan of mATX. The price point is great for budget builds. The extra ports and headers that ATX mobos supply are lost on me, since I can't afford to fill them all anyway.

Vor 6 Tage
Kayla and Jim Bryant
Kayla and Jim Bryant

that raven case is butt ugly

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John Grace
John Grace

for the front panel I would like to see a mesh, Personally I have a RGB video card and I think having the RGB shine through a mesh front panel would be fantastic. It would also open up airflow to the GPU which is never a bad thing.

Vor 6 Tage
Firion Razar
Firion Razar

I got mAtx, yet I still need to find a case that fits my needs

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Quaddis
Quaddis

Three words. Dual chamber Raven.

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Henry Liii
Henry Liii

side gpu orientation is BIG BRAIN! most fans dont work properly in horizontal orientation. just make it not ugly...

Vor 6 Tage
CoolCat
CoolCat

More cases with a vertical air path would be great. I'd keep the front and back closed and perhaps even use an internal divider (between motherboard and power supply for the present design) to focus the air stream. I think it would be a good idea to have a mesh outlet on the left side panel so that the GPUs can exhaust their hot air directly outside the case. Otherwise, some of the hot air bounced back by a closed side panel will be recirculated by the GPU fans. I'd prefer to see 200mm fans at the bottom and two 200mm or 180mm fans at the top. These could be considered to be overdesigning, but I'd like to run these fans with low speeds. Only super efficient cooling provides a path to both high cooling performance and low noise operation. To make better use of the space at the back of the case, the power supply should be mounted at the top (with its fan exhausting upwards) and there should be drive mounting options at the back. No acrylic please. Always looks cheap and is prone to scratching. I'd much prefer a minimalistic look over space ship aesthetics. Perhaps give gamers the option of a front-panel display on to which they could display all sorts of logos, graphic designs, animations, etc. However, there should be a no-panel option.

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Blake Ball
Blake Ball

Reading a few comments here I strongly agree with glass instead of acrylic, mesh on the front, excellent dust filters, fewer curves (very 2010, think more PC-O11), and move the PSU to the top to allow for a third fan on the bottom. Additionally, I'd like to see the motherboard on the opposite side of the case (similar to the RV03) so the fans on the graphics cards are blowing to the exhaust at the back of the case instead of a solid wall at the front. This may mean the PSU will have to remain on the floor of the case. Just my preferences.

Vor 6 Tage
Ben Greenberg
Ben Greenberg

I, for one, am extremely excited for a 2019/2020 Raven series case! That's a day one pickup for me as long as the cooling is no less than ~3-5% worse than the RV02. In a perfect world it may even be superior! If they did make a window in the front to show off the GPU I wouldn't mind but I don't think it would be my preference in all honesty. However, I'm probably in the minority here.

Vor 6 Tage
drago burnhard
drago burnhard

for the raven case frount panel i would keep the design as it is but make 2 glass windows for the top half of the angled part.... and maybe brushed black metel for the bottem half..... you then will have the first cool looking frount window case that you can see the graphics cards + have large airflow + a cool diffrent design....

Vor 6 Tage
Oreo Lamp
Oreo Lamp

They might be able to put in mounts for a mini itx system on the very back of the case, instead of the drive cages. This would be actually very cool, but i dont know how useful it would be, and it would likely require a third fan on the bottom for cooling which is probably not feasible at this point.

Vor 7 Tage
ThePrimePockets
ThePrimePockets

I would really like more options for mATX cases, I have trouble finding good ones. I really think they are the perfect size, big enough to be easy to work in and fit what you need, but small enough to not take up much space. I appreciate that SilverStone is bringing more to the market. :)

Vor 7 Tage
Edin Sabic
Edin Sabic

For the Raven, maybe like a PM or RL variant, that keeps the same internal layout but has a un-ventilated tempered glass front panel to show off the the GPU, possibly with some built-in lighting on the interior side to illuminate the cooling solution. Offer an acrylic variant for a lower RRP, but please don't feel the need to give it "fancy" bends, just flat. Also maybe at the top a front and back, mounted on the edges, you could work it into the top mounted "rear I/O" shroud".

Vor 7 Tage
Edin Sabic
Edin Sabic

Silverstone is one of the best chassis manufacturers, it's a shame they try to appeal to the 14 year old Genji main demographic.

Vor 7 Tage
Vally123
Vally123

I prefer mATX motherboards over regular ATX; plenty of connectivity for regular users and the smaller size often makes cable management and proper cooling easier – if you use it inside a case that can support full ATX motherboards. If the case is too small to fit full ATX, it kind of hits the "worst of two worlds spot" in my eyes, where it isn't nice and portable like a good ITX case but makes the build more complicated than a regular ATX case. Also, in terms of looks, I think the RL 06 looks better than the RL 08. I always wanted to do a build inside the RL 06 but didn't get an opportunity yet. Now that Phanteks have showed off their new case with removable covers over the mesh top and front, I feel like I would go with that over the RL 06 or any other Silverstone case for that matter – I like the ability to completely close off the top, which isn't possible with the Silverstone cases I have seen. If they included some kind of closed panel in the RL 06 that would allow me to make the top of the case completely dust proof (and maybe slightly protected against liquid spills) I would probably pivot to favoring that case over the Phanteks P600 again. But yeah, the ability to open up and close off airflow paths as I see fit is a huge deal to me.

Vor 7 Tage
wosko
wosko

rv02 owner here, looking to do a complete system upgrade in the next year or so hopefully the new raven is released by then :D maybe a layered raven v on the front with leds? I really like the front panel look of the rv02, not too sure about an acrylic window...

Vor 7 Tage
Defiant031636
Defiant031636

RV Prototype has a missed opportunity for a multi fan front intake to provide direct cooling to the GPU/PCI-E area.

Vor 7 Tage
KeppyKep
KeppyKep

Front panel should DEFINITELY be see through. Ideally tempered glass. Get rid of the silly pike nose.

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Jon S
Jon S

Flat tinted glass front with a colour customisable LED Raven logo at the base. Keep it simple while maintaining the original design ethos of the Raven series imo.

Vor 7 Tage
Michael Larsen
Michael Larsen

When does case companyes makes a great case with room for alot of 3.5'' HDD ? :(

Vor 7 Tage
Sicario Desviado
Sicario Desviado

Awful looking cases all the way around.

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Two Rivers Folk
Two Rivers Folk

I just happened to find mATX motherboard in my price range so I also went with a case to match that. The case I own is the Cooler Master Silencio 352 and I love everything about it. goes well for the "sleeper" build I have and dampened noise levels that I enjoy, and thermals as one would expect from this type of case which is not bad

Vor 7 Tage
Mad Jack Churchill
Mad Jack Churchill

Acrylic would look sick.

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efernandez2
efernandez2

For the RV prototype, they might be better off with using the same type of mesh front that's on the RL08 but with a finer mesh to help with air flow intake for the GPUs and the cards will still be visible. Maybe they can offer two options for the front and probably side: acrylic to showcase the interior especially if the components are going to be custom water cooled, and mesh front but solid side for air cooling. It might be better to change the shape of the front panel cover because that lends to the outdated appearance.

Vor 7 Tage
Scott Wilson
Scott Wilson

man kill the raven now, it looks like an early 2000 case that was ugly back then. the rl08 is nice though but need more colors

Vor 7 Tage
Md. Rafiuzzaman Bokhari
Md. Rafiuzzaman Bokhari

Clear acrylic for that piece is brilliant! The only problem is that the 'front' is still sporting a very dated spaceship/toy looking design. Honestly, if the can do the back panel for the front with clear plastic, it just might look cooler.

Vor 7 Tage
Propotus
Propotus

I would like to see the water cooling support be a rail instead of mounting holes, because a rail offers more flexibility.

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kenneth blanchard
kenneth blanchard

they look cheap and tacky and look really bad

Vor 7 Tage
Kaleb Callahan
Kaleb Callahan

I've been loving the hell out of my Corsair Carbide 100R silent. I'd love a refresh of that one. Decent cooling, looks like a black brick, and the silent panels are great. My wish is that they'd refresh it with no 5.25 bays and update to newer USB-C standards. So yeah, big ups to Micro-ATX.

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switchey110
switchey110

i think im in love with that raven case it fixes my issues with the fortress im currently using with the 120 mm mounts rather then the hdd cages

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Borna Šignjar
Borna Šignjar

Personally, I'd like a smaller raven case for "normal gaming" build, no hard drive cages and simply smaller with the vertical layout optimized for airflow.

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Stephen Kent
Stephen Kent

Tempered glass flat front would be nice.

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grg
grg

he he air penetrators

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na nu
na nu

I think slightly smokey Acrylic would look great, should definitely add a scratch resistant coating(so many good products these days). The see through design on the front panel is a great idea. The inverted design is super interesting, the top needs room for some additional outtake fans though to keep that airflow down to up. Would love to see this type of inverted setup in some different case designs, it has great potential.

Vor 7 Tage
manoy385
manoy385

Please make a Fortress version of the Raven prototype as I prefer the looks of the Fortress. Please have the option to install fans on the front to help with GPU cooling and also please rotate the power supply so it is laying on its side with he fan facing the back of the case. This will help shorten the case as the RV02 was too long and would stick out of most desks. Add 3.5" HDD cages on top of the PSU and perhaps a shroud and this would be the perfect case.

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Krimia
Krimia

Goddamn, that is one ugly af case. Please change ALL the panels to being flat. That weird alien/2000s look absolutely has to go!

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G Man
G Man

Fucking JUNK

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Anthony Biacco
Anthony Biacco

They just need to start making more microatx motherboards. I'm all for that. I found 1 worthy candidate for my next build. One. And who's using more than 3-4 pcie slots? Almost nobody.

Vor 7 Tage
H Koizumi
H Koizumi

I'm surprised I haven't seen any PC cases with LCD side panel. There are DYI out there but is it patented or something?

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Rookie Gamer aka Ark
Rookie Gamer aka Ark

front clear to show case the fan shroud back may be mesh or flat but not the style they are currently opting and i would like to see hot swap-able drive case beside the cpu which is clearly empty.

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PokeyDoggo
PokeyDoggo

Not to be super blunt, but the huge case looks like a waste of space. Could they fill that up with HDD bays? The PSU lonely. (unless they want to market their huge wastes of space as watercooler stuff, but then i would like to see 420mm/480mm rad support and glass on everything. How expensive is this case anyway, because it might enter the moneybags enthusiasts market.) Or maybe turn the thing around. I think these are all right side looks, whilst common cases open to the left side. Anyway, the GPU fans are quite noise on extreme loads and aggressive fan profiles, put those at the back. Close off the back to reduce noise // force airflow from the bottom to the top. This case doesn't even have a rear/back MOBO i/o panel apparently. Erm. add glass to the front and one of the sides, maybe the back if you want to go crazy for no reason except for looks. Could give a look-in-box effect. Er... find a solution to the hideous top, and make the top mobo I/O panel more accessible. Like, just flat. So you can atleats put something on top of it. Like a USB stick holder rack. Eventhough this could induce a huge gap at the top and thus noise. Who uses angled side USB mounts anyway? Needs USB-C, new smartphones finally are going to use them. It doesn't need LEDS or whatever. People can add those in themselves.

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Benjamin Sebek
Benjamin Sebek

Still waiting for the TJ12 and FT06. :-D

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Derek Jonez
Derek Jonez

I would rather the front and back be mesh panel so you could have more options for fans and radiators. I think the top should have brackets for fans to pull heat out, but away from the top so you can still access the ports.

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theo sinc
theo sinc

They should make it look plain and simple, like an S340. Clean, simple desgins are my favourites.

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Steven Heung
Steven Heung

If they want to show off the video card on the Raven they should just do a flat front piece of tempered glass that way it looks cleaner and more modern

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Cognitive Dissident
Cognitive Dissident

Since a lot of comments have to do with sleeker lines, how about a revival of the Fortress series? An updated, smaller version of the FT02 would be kickass. Clear/glass sides and front face. Anodized aluminum unibody back panel and frame. Get ride of the FT02 5x5.25 bays.

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