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Silverstone CS380 Compact SAS/SATA HDD Hotswap Midi PC Case

Silverstone CS380 Compact Mid Tower PC Case, ATX/mATX/mITX, 8x SAS/SATA Hotswap Bays, 3x 120mm Fans

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Scan code: LN87624 Manufacturer code: SST-CS380 Request call
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Product Overview Silverstone CS380 SAS/SATA Hot Swap PC Case
To fulfil the needs of enthusiasts looking for a compact, flexible NAS tower chassis, Silverstone designed the CS380. With the ability to accommodate standard components such as ATX motherboards, standard ATX (PS2) power supplies, dual 5.25" drive bays, standard-sized expansion cards, and even liquid coolers, the CS380 can easily meet the demands for majority of NAS builds. Equipped with two 120mm intake fans, a 120mm rear exhaust fan, and easily removable filters, keeping everything cool and dust-free is as easy as in any Silverstone premium chassis. Safety features such as lockable front door and power button are also included.
Completing a great chassis structure is a modular, eight hot-swappable drive cage design that support both 3.5" and 2.5" drives. It utilizes a custom backplane supporting both SATA and SAS interfaces for increased compatibly with nearly all modern hard drives or SSDs. With a size that is nearly identical to most ATX mid towers, the space-saving CS380 is perfect for anyone looking to build a powerful NAS for home or office. Features • Compact mid-tower chassis design with space-saving footprint.
• Supports eight hot-swappable 3.5" or 2.5" SAS/SATA drives with built-in backplane.
• Classic Silverstone styling.
• Includes two flexible 5.25" drive bays for more storage options.
• Lockable front door and power button design.
• Includes three 120mm fans with filtered intake vents.
Specifications
Case Edition CS380
Case Form Factor Mid Tower
Motherboard Form Factor
  • ATX
  • MicroATX
  • Mini-ITX
Material Steel / Plastic
Front/ Side/ Top Panel
  • 1 x Line Out
  • 1 x Mic In
  • 2 x USB 3.0
Drive Bays
  • 8 x 3.5" SAS/SATA Hot-swap
  • 2 x 5.25" External
Expansion Slots 7
Fan Bays 5 x 120mm
Fans Included 3 x 120mm
Front Radiator Compatibility  
Top Radiator Compatibility  
Bottom Radiator Compatibility  
Rear Radiator Compatibility 1 x 120mm
Side Radiator Compatibility  
Window No
Power Supply Form Factor ATX
Max PSU Length  
Max CPU Cooler Height 146 mm
Max VGA Card Length 241 mm
Colour Black
Dimensions 215.3 x 426.5 x 487.5 (WxHxD mm)
Weight 7 kg (Approx)
Warranty

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Details
Duration:
24 months
Type:
Direct
DOA Period:
28 days
RTB Period:
1 months
Manufacturer Contact Details
Manufacturer:
Scan/ScanView
Telephone:
08718716733
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Silverstone CS380 Compact SAS/SATA HDD Hotswap Midi PC Case
Silverstone CS380 Compact SAS/SATA HDD Hotswap Midi PC Case