If you have been involved in any real aspect of the PC building community for any amount of time in the last 10 years or so, then you are probably familiar with SilverStone. SilverStone offers a range of products for both DIY builders and end-users alike, spanning from things like power supplies and CPU coolers to drive enclosures and PC cases. Today we will be taking a look at one of SilverStone’s latest PC cases from their Primera series, the PM02. We got to take a quick look at the PM02 at CES 2018 and now that we have the case in our hands, its time to dive in a little deeper.
Special thanks to SilverStone for providing the PM02 review sample!
As is pretty standard, the PM02 comes to us from SilverStone in a large cardboard box. The exterior of the box features a few images of the case inside, and the interior protection consists of open-cell foam to keep the case secure. Since this case comes with a tempered glass side panel, it is quite important to have good interior protections for the case, which SilverStone seems to have provided, as the panel arrived in one piece.
The included accessories for the PM02 are quite basic, consisting of a standard user manual and a small bag of screws and standoffs. Since the PM02 features many tool-less features, there are no included screws for things like 2.5″ and 3.5″ drives, which can hopefully help to keep the cost of the case down. There are also no zip-ties included, but we found this not to be a major issue once we were working inside the case, which we will cover in more detail later on.