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Silverstone RL04B Gaming Case

Silverstone RL04B Red Line Black Mid Tower Performance Case with USB 3.0 Side Mesh Window w/o PSU

Scan code: LN48125 Manufacturer code: SST-RL04B USB 3.0 Request call
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Product Overview The Redline series was created with the goal of exceeding user experience and expectation for affordable PC chassis by offering punchy styling and features reserved often for more expensive models.

The RL04, with its chest armor styled front fascia punctuated by glowing red SilverStone logo that doubles as a power button that will surely raise the adrenaline of PC enthusiasts. Its bottom mounted power supply layout and flexible drive storage options enable it to support a wide selection of components. The top, front, and the bottom side of the RL04 are also fully filtered to ensure that positive pressure setup, a prominent feature in SilverStone’s high-end chassis, is a viable option for creating a dust-proof PC. For enthusiasts looking to build a PC with quality features and styling on a budget, the RL04 is an excellent choice. Features • Positive pressure design for effective dust reduction.
• Removable dust filter for top and bottom vents.
• Smart backside cable routing design.
• Motherboard back plate opening for quick CPU cooler assembly.
• Support easy access drive bays with tool-less design.
• All black painting inside with stylish look.
• Highly flexible drive storage options.

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