SilverStone Redline RL06 Pro Case Review

Final Thoughts
When you hear the word “affordable” it typically means cheap or that you are going to miss out on a lot of features. Well that is not the case with the SilverStone Redline RL06 Pro Case. It has everything you would want in a PC case and even some things you wouldn’t expect to see in a case of its class. You have room inside for all of your hardware, and most importantly long graphics cards. There is support for up to 5 hard drives, which is more than enough these days.

The case comes with four pre-installed fans (3 front, 1 rear) and three of those are red LED fans that really set off the front of the case. With that many fans SilverStone has installed a fan hub on the rear of the motherboard tray to make connecting all of the fans quite easy. You still have room for 2 more fans in the case if you want. As far as water cooling support there is room for 240 mm radiators in the front as well as the top of the case. The power supply cover does extend and block part of the front of the case, which is the reason why you can only fit a 240 mm radiator up front.

The large acrylic window on the side panel allows you to show off all of your hardware inside. And if acrylic is not your thing SilverStone does offer this case in a tempered glass version. Installation went very smooth with this case and we did not run into any real issues. The only thing was after we had all of our components installed we wanted to tie down our cables, but no cable ties were included.

At the end of the day this is a very attractive case that comes with four fans, three of them being red LED fans and you are getting all of that for $74.99, which is not a bad price at all. Overall ThinkComputers gives the SilverStone Redline RL06 Pro Case a 9 out of 10 score.

rating9 10

– Four fans included (3 LED, 1 normal)
– Easy hardware installation
– Fan hub included
– Price
– Support for long graphics cards

– PSU cover only allows for 240 mm radiators on the front of the case
– No cable ties included

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