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SilverStone LC20(M)

    Table of contents
    1. 1. Specifications
      1. 1.1. External Display
      2. 1.2. Reviews
      3. 1.3. Users
      4. 1.4. User testimonials

    Specifications

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    Model

    SST-LC20B (black)
    SSST-LC20S (silver)
    SST-LC20B-M (black + multimedia)
    SST-LC20S-M (silver + multimedia)


    lc20-silver.jpg

    Material

    Aluminum front panel, 0.8 mm SECC body

    Motherboard

    Standard ATX, Micro ATX


    LC20m-black.jpg

    Multimedia

    Multimedia software, remote with on/off function, VFD/IR(LC20M only)

    Driver Bay

    External: 5.25” x 2, 3.5” x 1
    Internal: 3.5” x 6

    Cooling System

    Front: 2 x 92mm or 80mm fan slots
    Rear: 2 x 80mm fan slots
    Side: 1 x 80mm fan slot & PSU vents


    lc20m-4.jpg

    Expansion Slot

    7

    Front I/O Port

    USB2.0 x 4, IEEE1394 x 1, audio x 1, MIC x 1

    Power Supply

    Optional standard PS2 (ATX)

    Graphics Card

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    lc20m-10.jpg

    Net Weight

    7.3 kg

    Dimension

    430 mm (W) x 170 mm (H) x 430 mm (D)

    Notes

     

    External Display

    • Model: SoundGraph iMON OEM Type C VFD

    • MediaPortal support: Supported by the MniDisplay plugin. 

    • NOTE: Newer versions of this case (Q1/2008) are shipped with a new version of the iMon VFD. This VFD will only function with the driver in the MniDisplay plugin

    Reviews

    Users

    The following MediaPortal users own(ed) this product: Rroet

    User testimonials

    Rroet:

    • Be aware of the fact that this case might require some time to assemble. Cable routing by factory default won't be ideal for all types of mother boards.
    • Internal HDD cage for 6 hdd's mostlikely won't fit 6 harddrives. It's not a very deep case, which will result in not so much space between the harddrives in location 4,5 and 6 and the PSU.
    • Some PSU's can only be screwed in with 3 of 4 screws only. It has to do with the alignment of the mounting points.
    • System Powerled and Harddrive led are awfully bright. it required me to turn them off.



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