SilverStone Seta A1 ATX Mid-Tower Case Review

By Ari Altman | Published January 15, 2020 | Updated February 1, 2020


Professional styling; ultra-quiet 200mm front fans; excellent thermal and acoustic performance


Interior feels cheap


4.5 out of 5 stars


Since 2013, we’ve reviewed nearly 30 cases, and we’re kicking off 2020 with a review of the Seta A1 from SilverStone, which is the first major release in a complete relaunching of SilverStone’s case lineup. There will now be three tiers, the Fara targeting the budget market, Seta for mainstream buyers, and Alta at the high-end. The Seta A1 comes in at an MSRP of $120, putting it in the mid-range category. SilverStone has released a case that definitely does things differently than most others at this pricepoint!

Special thanks to SilverStone for providing us a sample of the Seta A1 ATX Case featured in this review.

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In the Seta A1, SilverStone attempted to create the ultimate pro gamer case. In the end, it didn’t quite reach that goal, but instead created a fantastic case for the serious content creator. It’s stylish, incredibly quiet, and has good airflow without resorting to a gamified look. You can buy the SilverStone Seta A1 for around $135 shipped from Amazon in grey/black, pink/white, and silver/black that we tested.

As always, you can see our top 10 picks among PC cases in our Best PC Case Buyer’s Guide, updated quarterly!

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