SilverStone Releases High Airflow ARGB ATX Gaming Chassis SETA H1

SilverStone, a company that manufactures computer cases and power supplies for gaming systems, announces the release of their latest product: the SETA H1. With its sleek design and high airflow capabilities, this chassis is perfect for gamers looking to build new components while keeping things cool at all times.

SilverStone Releases High Airflow ARGB ATX Gaming Chassis SETA H1

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SilverStone has added to its SETA line of high-airflow PC cases with a new model. The SETA H1 is an ATX mid-tower chassis by SETA. For optimal ventilation with a touch of additional elegance, there is a completely perforated front mesh with an incorporated ARGB light strip. For enhanced cooling and customization, the light strip has two ports for ARGB fans. The chassis also has a tool-free detachable tempered glass side panel for easy component access.

The SETA H1 is the third chassis in the SETA series, and it has the same internal architecture as the SETA Q1, but it’s intended towards gamers and those who need a lot of cooling.

A fully perforated mesh incorporated with an ARGB light strip (including 2-port ARGB fan hub) delivers a bright appearance with 100% unimpeded airflow performance on the outside.

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The internal space design of the SETA H1 is very adaptable, supporting up to SSI-EEB motherboards, radiators up to 360mm at the front and top, and clearance for all high-end series graphics cards, including the RTX 30 series and RX 6000 series, with 2 x Nvidia 30 series GPU card braces included. It also includes a multi-functional bracket that can be used to attach 2 x 2.5′′ SSDs, a cable cover, or a reservoir bracket for customers looking for a bespoke loop cooling solution.

Two Shark Force 160 mm fans are included with the SETA H1 and may be placed to the front of the casing. There are also brackets for three 120 mm or three 140 mm fans. Also included is a 140 mm rear fan. On the top and bottom of the casing, there are dust filters that may be removed.

1x USB Type-C and 2x USB 3.0 x 2 ports, as well as a combination audio jack, are located on the case’s top. Next to the PSU space on the bottom of the chassis is an internal drive cage. For further compatibility, a bracket for NVIDIA 30 Series GPUs is supplied. The suggested retail price is $179.99.

Specifications for SETA H1

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