SilverStone Releases High Airflow ARGB ATX Gaming Chassis SETA H1

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SilverStone has released a new addition in its SETA series of high airflow PC cases. The SETA H1 is a mid-tower ATX chassis. There is a fully perforated front mesh with an embedded ARGB light strip for maximum airflow with a touch of added style. The light strip includes two ports for ARGB fans for added cooling and customization. The chassis also features a tool-less removable tempered glass side panel to provide ease of access to components.

SETA H1 is the third installment of the SETA series chassis sporting identical internal layout as the SETA Q1, but aimed at users looking for more gaming and intensive cooling applications.

The exterior design features a fully perforated mesh embedded with an ARGB light strip (includes 2-port ARGB fan hub), which provides a vibrant aesthetics with completely unobstructed airflow performance.

SETA H1 has an interior space design that’s highly versatile to meet all of today’s high-end hardware; motherboard support of up to SSI-EEB, radiator support of up to 360mm at the front and top, and clearance for all high-end series graphics cards including RTX 30 series and RX 6000 series, with 2 x Nvidia 30 series GPU card brace included. It also comes included with a multi-functional bracket that allows for installation of 2 x 2.5″ SSDs, cable cover or as a reservoir bracket mount for users seeking custom loop cooling route.

The SETA H1 comes with 2x Shark Force 160 mm fans that can be mounted to the front of the case. There are mounts for either 3x 120 mm or 3x 140 mm fans as well. A 140 mm rear fan is also included. Removable dust filters are included on the top and bottom of the case.

The top of the case features 1x USB Type-C and 2x USB 3.0 x 2 ports along with a combo audio jack. An internal drive cage is located in the underside of the case next to the PSU area. A bracket for NVIDIA 30 Series GPUs is also included for additional support. The MSRP is $179.99.

SETA H1 Specifications

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Peter Brosdahl
As a child of the 70’s I was part of the many who became enthralled by the video arcade invasion of the 1980’s. Saving money from various odd jobs I purchased my first computer from a friend of my dad, a used Atari 400, around 1982. Eventually it would end up being a lifelong passion of upgrading and modifying equipment that, of course, led into a career in IT support.

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