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Silverstone FP32B-E 3.5" Black Front IO Module - SST-FP32B-E
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Silverstone FP32B-E 3.5" Black Front IO Module

SST-FP32B-E - Silverstone FP32B-E, 4 x USB 3.0 & 2x HD Audio 3.5" Bay Device Front I/O Aluminium Black

Scan Code: LN45223

Manufacturer Code: SST-FP32B-E

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SST-FP32B-E - Silverstone FP32B-E, 4 x USB 3.0 & 2x HD Audio 3.5" Bay Device Front I/O Aluminium Black

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Silverstone FP32B-E 3.5" Black Front IO Module

Product Overview

The FP32-E is a convenient I/O ports kit for the new generation of computers. At an easy to integrate size of a 3.5” drive bay, it is available in black aluminium finish.

By providing connections for four USB 3.0 ports and High Definition Audio (HD Audio) ports, the FP32-E is an excellent add-on or upgrade for any aluminium case.


• Compact and lightweight
• Simple installation via grouped connectors
• Four USB 3.0 and HD Audio ports
• High quality aluminium finish

Connections Required
USB 3.0 19 pin header x 2
HD Audio x 1

Technical Specification

Manufacturer:SilverstoneConnectivity:1 x Headphone
1 x Mic
4 x USB 3.0
Interface:USB 3.0


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Duration: 12 months

Type: Return to base

DOA Period: 7 days

RTB Period: 12 months

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Silverstone FP32B-E 3.5" Black Front IO Module
Rated 5 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Easy to install and works straight away. It is super fast when using its USB 3 for USB 2 devices, compared to the usual USB 2 ports. I don't think I have seen a motherboard with 2 front USB 3 connections. So if you want to use all 4 of the USB 3 ports on this you will most likely need to get a USB 3 PCI or PCIe card. 28 January 2013
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