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SilverStone Milo ML02

Michael Larabel

Published on 4 August 2007
Written by Michael Larabel
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Opening up the case from the top, we see the rest of the power supply, slim DVD drive bay, hard drive mounting area, and then the motherboard area. Supported by the ML02 is a 2.5" or 3.5" HDD, but unfortunately there is only room for one hard drive. We really would have liked to see room for two hard drives, but that is simply not feasible in such a compact chassis. It is great though that the ML02 is compatible with mobile 2.5" hard drives. In addition to micro ATX and micro ITX support is also MoDT DTX support, which was designed by AMD for SFF PCs. The support bar running the length of the case is used for stabilizing the PCI/PCI-E riser card. The inside of the case is laid out rather well and should not present any installation problems.


In addition to the Milo ML02, SilverStone had also sent out the Nitrogon NT07 cooler. This cooler is designed for MoDT processors. The NT07 is made out of aluminum and is topped with a 70mm fan, but its total height is only 31mm. This cooler supports Intel MoDT Socket 478 and 479 processors with CPUs up to the Intel Core 2 Duo T7700.


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