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Seta Q1: a Silverstone case with silence in mind!

Seta Q1: a Silverstone case with silence in mind!

After the small Q58 from Lian Li, we stay in the field of cases with Silverstone and its Seta Q1. A new case that has the particularity to have the silence in line of sight with its sound insulation.

Seta Q1: the soundproof Silverstone case!

Silverstone Seta Q1This new case is rather imposing and displays dimensions of 232 (W) x 190.7 (D) x 493.5 (H) mm. As for the weight, it remains quite heavy, passing over the 10 kg mark and weighing in at 11.64 kg.

Inside, there is plenty of room for SSI-EEB, SSI-CEB, E-ATX, µATX and mini-ITX motherboards. While we are at it, we will find 182 mm of free space for the CPU cooling unit. The graphics cards and power supplies will have 394 mm and 250 mm of free space respectively.

For storage, this model provides an HDD cage with two 3.5″ slots under the power tunnel. Otherwise, we have two 2.5″ SSD trays.

Fan capacity remains standard with seven 120/140mm slots. Six of them are distributed on the front and on the top, while the last one takes place at the back. Finally, despite the possibility of integrating three 140 mm fans in the front or top, we will be limited to 360 mm radiators for watercooling.

Silverstone Seta Q1

Finally, this model is distinguished by the presence of soundproofing on its side panels. Similarly, on the front, we find a noise trap in the form of different folded plates nested in each other. Finally, a graphic card support is present. The latter is perfectly compatible with the RTX 3000 FE and can be screwed directly on the graphics card.

We finish with the price, which is known. In fact, this case will be available for around $220 in November or December.


Here is the Silverstone datasheet!


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