The introduction of Grandia GD07 and GD08 cases from SilverStone ushers in a new era of home theater computing like never before. For the first time, the power and storage capacity of a server can now be neatly stowed beautifully and quietly in a home theater environment.
|Rear Fan||2 x 80mm fan slots (optional mounting)|
|Side Fans||1 x 120mm intake fan, 900rpm, 18dBA
1 x 120mm fan mount
|Bottom Fans||2 x 120mm intake fans, 900rpm, 18dBA|
|3"1/2 Bays||0 External||5 Internal 3"1/2
2 Internal 2"1/2
|Motherboard||SSI-EEB, SSI-CEB, EATX, ATX, Micro-ATX (Larger motherboards may affect bottom fan installation)|
|Power Suppply||Supports ATX. Up to 220mm depth, recommended max 180mm when optical drive installed|
|Front Panel||Aluminum front door and plastic front panel|
|Expansion Slots||7+1 - support graphic cards up to 345mm|
With a wealth of lessons learned from building the best performing tower cases in the last several years, SilverStone engineers upgraded GD07’s cooling performance tremendously with up to four 120mm fan options. And to make sure owners can easily maintain their cases’ cooling ability over time with the lowest noise possible, custom designed removable filters surround the case for positive pressure to work effectively and quietly.
Built to hide the imperfection of I/O ports and the plethora of drives that may be installed in its four 5.25” drive bays, the GD07’s lockable aluminum front door is beautifully finished with hairline brush pattern to match other home theater components. For those looking to build a powerful home media sever with security features, this is the perfect case.