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SilverStone Redline RL04 Case Review
Author: Gabriel Torres 19,551 views
Type: Reviews Last Updated: February 12, 2013
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Introduction
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The Redline RL04 is a mid-tower case from SilverStone targeted to users on a budget, costing only USD 53. Yet, it brings features usually only seen on more expensive models. Let’s see what the RL04 has to offer.

SilverStone RL04 Case
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Figure 1: SilverStone Redline RL04 case

SilverStone RL04 Case
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Figure 2: SilverStone Redline RL04 case

The left-side panel of the RL04 is meshed, supporting two 120 mm or 140 mm fans. The case comes with a magnetic air filter for this mesh. See Figure 4. However, this filter is not a perfect fit. As you can see in Figure 5, it is a little bit bigger than the place where it is supposed to be installed. As you can also see in Figure 5, the filter that came with our sample was a little bowed. According to SilverStone, this may happen in places that are too dry. Because of this, the filter wouldn’t stay in place, sliding down as shown in Figure 6.

SilverStone RL04 Case
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Figure 3: Left-side panel

SilverStone RL04 Case
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Figure 4: Air filter

SilverStone RL04 Case
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Figure 5: Air filter is not a perfect match for the case

SilverStone RL04 Case
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Figure 6: Air filter slides and doesn’t stay in place

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