The SilverStone Precision PS14 doesn’t slack when it comes to interior, it’s quite roomy and overall the design is satisfactory. It doesn’t come with rubber grommets but I think having the panel include a subtle cover is good enough, not forgetting also that it has a PSU cover so you are able to hide those hideous cables underneath.
Here’s a quick look at the front area, it supports 2.5″ drives, additional fans and see that over there? That’s support for 5.25″ drive bays too.
Towards the rear of the SilverStone Precision PS14 you’ll see that it comes with a 120mm fan pre-installed and there’s a nice big opening to cater to large sized heatsinks that come with back plate. One thing I didn’t like about the SilverStone Precision PS14 is that it doesn’t come with individual PCI-E bracket covers.
Here’s the view from the back where the SilverStone Precision PS14 seems to be quite spacious, not the most but certainly not the least.
The 2.5″ drive mounts can be removed to be placed on the other side of the panel.
Here’s what the SilverStone Precision PS14 look like with components in place, which is pretty good.
What we have here is a pretty good casing, the SilverStone Precision PS14 retails at just under RM 200 and not only does it look great but it also works very well as an ATX casing.