The chassis has a modest appearance, featuring black interior and steel construction with a mesh front panel for airflow. The case measures 200 mm(w)x 472mm(h) x 471mm(d) and while small in stature, can still fit both full sized ATX and mATX motherboards.
The top has 4 USB 2.0 ports, audio ports and a convenient hidden compartment for storage.
The case boasts a tool-free design for the drive bays, allowing for seven 3.5″ hard drive bays (2 for external devices) and four 5.25″ external drive bays. It includes a rear 120MM exhaust fan, however allows for an optional 120/140mm fan at the top, and a 120mm on the front and bottom.
The Silverstone Precision PS03 is expected to make its debut later this month, however no pricing information has been released.