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SILVERSTONE Black Aluminum / Steel Grandia Series SST-GD07B ATX Media Center / HTPC Case

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  • Aluminum / Steel
  • Side: 1 x 120mm intake fans, 900rpm, 18dBA Bottom: 2 x 120mm intake fans, 900rpm, 18dBA

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The introduction of Grandia GD07 and GD08 cases from SilverStone ushers in a new era of home theater computing like never before. For the first time, the power and storage capacity of a server can now be neatly stowed beautifully and quietly in a home theater environment. Completely reengineered to fully utilize all available spaces, the Grandia GD07 can accommodate an incredible amount of drives (up to eleven) and high-end components (graphics cards up to 13.6 inches long) with minimal sacrifices. It is even possible to fit SSI EEB (12" x 13") extended ATX motherboards in the GD07 despite maintaining an exterior dimension similar to SilverStone’s previous generation full-size HTPC cases.

With a wealth of lessons learned from building the best performing tower cases in the last several years, SilverStone engineers upgraded GD07’s cooling performance tremendously with up to four 120mm fan options. And to make sure owners can easily maintain their cases' cooling ability over time with the lowest noise possible, custom designed removable filters surround the case for positive pressure to work effectively and quietly.

Built to hide the imperfection of I/O ports and the plethora of drives that may be installed in its four 5.25" drive bays, the GD07’s lockable aluminum front door is beautifully finished with hairline brush pattern to match other home theater components. For those looking to build a powerful home media sever with security features, this is the perfect case.

Front view

Front view

Front view with door open

Front view with door open

Front 3/4 view with front door open

Front 3/4 view with front door open

Top rear view with cover open

Top rear view with cover open

Left side view

Left side view

Right side view

Right side view

Back view

Back view


dimension of the chassis
  • Positive air pressure design for excellent cooling/quietness and dust-prevention
  • Supports expansion cards up to 13.6 inches
  • Supports Extended ATX motherboard
  • Quick access filters to prevent dust buildup
  • Lockable front door and power button ensure security of system and drives
  • LED indicator with adjustable brightness
  • Impressive storage capacity of up to eleven drive bays


Removable fan filter on the left side

Removable fan filter on the left side

Removable fan filter on the right side

Removable fan filter on the right side

2 x USB 3.0, front I/O, Power and reset button

2 x USB 3.0, front I/O, Power and reset button

Removable fan filter at the bottom of the case

Removable fan filter at the bottom of the case

7 expansion slots (aero slots)

7 expansion slots (aero slots)

7 expansion slots (aero slots)

2 x 80mm fan slot at the rear

7 expansion slots (aero slots)

Removable hard drive bracket


Model No. SST-GD07B(Black)
Material Aluminum front door and plastic front panel, steel body
Motherboard SSI-EEB, SSI-CEB, Extended ATX, ATX, Micro-ATX*
Drive Bay External 5.25" x 4
Internal 3.5" x 5, 2.5" x 2
Cooling System Rear 2 x 80mm fan slots
Side 1 x 120mm intake fans, 900RPM, 18dBA
1 x 120mm fan slot
Top Oversized vents
Bottom 2 x 120mm intake fans, 900RPM, 18dBA
(backwards compatible with 1 x 120mm fan + 2 x 80mm fans, or 5 x 60mm fans)
Expansion Slots 7 + 1
Front I/O Ports USB 3.0 x 2
audio x 1
MIC x 1
Power Supply Supports standard PS2 (ATX) up to 220mm, recommend depth is under 180mm x 2
Expansion Card Support graphic cards up to 13.6 inches, width restriction-5.25"
Max. CPU Cooler Size 138mm
Max. PSU Size 220mm
Net Weight 15.4lbs (7kg)
Dimensions (W x H x D) 17.3 x 6.9 x 17.1 inches (440 x 175 x 435mm), 33.5 liters
Extra Support Kensington lock

Learn more about the Silverstone SST-GD07B

Warranty, Returns, And Additional Information
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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 1 year
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 1 year
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  • Dan P.
  • 9/13/2015 9:00:58 AM
  • Ownership: less than 1 day
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsGreat case, if you put the right stuff in it

Pros: -This case is the ONLY non server case to handle up to 10 hard drives (using 5.25 to 3.5 adapters)
-Accepts a ATX case, regular powersupply, room for 120mm fans so you can run them at low rpm for noise reasons
-locking door with locking power button
-Full 5.25 drive spacing (rather than slot loading or slim)

Cons: Not really a con, but you REALLY need to spec your hardware right, specifically the CPU cooler.

Other Thoughts: This is THE CASE if you want to build a NAS/HTPC case. Its brother (GD08b) I also own but I like this better as I dont plan on using the drive bays often. It looks like a piece of hi-fi gear which was important.

Its easy to build in but you NEED TO READ THE DIRECTIONS. You also need to make sure you have the right parts as the SSD slots wont accept a 90 degree SATA power or data cable so you need some adapters.

If your motherboard uses sata ports that are parallel with the board you will want to install those cables before putting the drive bay back in place.

Cable management in this case is darn near impossible so just dont stress it much.

The removeable filters are great as well. Overall I love this case. If I was just building a HTPC that didnt need to function as a NAS I might use a slightly smaller case, but otherwise this case is perfect

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  • stephen m.
  • 7/13/2015 6:44:22 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsit's big

Pros: you can fit everything and the kitchen sink in it. i have a micro atx mobo with a gtx 960 in it for 4k, along with 4 3.5 in hdd ,1 2.5 in hdd and, a dvd drive. and still had room to put in a 1000 w power supply from and old rig.
one other plus is the dust guards on the fans, they are all out side the case and easily removed for easy up keep which is a great feature for those of us who actually clean out their pc

Cons: not really a con but the case it's self is huge. thinking this was designed for your entertainment center, i did not bother to measure ....oops. far to big for were i wanted to put it. so measure before you buy. with that said i would have bought it any way.

Other Thoughts: not worth loosing an egg for but, the bottom fans can get in the way. also the space for 4 optical drives could have been cut to two and left more room for hdd's.

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  • Eric P.
  • 1/1/2015 8:31:50 PM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsAesthetically On-the-Money

Pros: Beautiful anodized brushed aluminum face plate. Nice workmanship throughout. Plenty of room for full-sized MOBO and long-ish GPU. Plenty of mounting points for fans - although they could have arranged them better.

Cons: Loss of egg for seemingly unnecessary two-handled steel insert that drops into case from above to hold optical drives behind the keyed flip-down face plate. Optical drives must be mounted so far forward (to make flush) that you cannot remove the same two-handled insert once the drives are secured. Otherwise, third fan mounting spot on case bottom is blocked by same steel insert once installed - taped closed the perforated bottom in this area. Feels a little pricey at $125. Finally, the little removable "vent" (that has no purpose) above the row of peripheral blanks that you remove for rail-mounted cards might interfere with some GPUs - I have a MSI TwinFrozr. Was running four fans into the case so I just left it out - the positive case pressure would cause that opening to become an exhaust port anyway.

Other Thoughts: I built this to hang under a desk for aesthetic reasons. It won't look good next to a McIntosh but otherwise I would use this case for a home theater build. A little pricey (could've saved $10 dropping the two-handled steel insert) but then we'll always ask for more value. None of the little issues were deal-breakers but required time to resolve each. Would buy again.

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  • Mark C.
  • 8/7/2014 11:29:10 AM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

3 out of 5 eggsOld-school design, but versatile with a little modification

Pros: With minor modification, this can fit 10x 3.5" drives plus a few more SSDs. I'm using an ATX motherboard, with SAS RAID controller, video tuner/capture board and full length dual-slot graphics card, and 240mm radiator(mounted externally). I also added extra slot fans for the SAS controller and video tuner. It's all a bit noisy under load, so I run this in a closet.

Cons: Steel sheetmetal is thin and the case flexes even when not fully loaded. For hometheater application, thicker gauge metal can cut down on vibration and resonance, especially important when multiple hard drives are used.
The 5.25" half-height bays are obsolete and would be better used for additional 3.5" bays(which I modified as), or slimline 5.25"(Silverstone sells an adapter).

Other Thoughts: a bit expensive for a traditional horizontal "desktop" layout, with black cosmetics for "home theater" use.

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  • Joseph M.
  • 1/3/2014 12:08:57 AM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

5 out of 5 eggsOne Great Case

Pros: Well thought out . Built to last . Holds eatx+ m/b (see cons). Has all parts and screws that you'll ever need . Accepts big video card (as long as you don't need all 4 h/d (3 1/2") slots . Will accommodate a larger CPU cooler . No hard drive vibration detected with 4 7200 rpm hard drives installed and running (solid cage and attachment arrangement) . Good cooling with extra fan slots and multiple sizing . Power switch can be locked with faceplate along with muted power on LED brightness (blue , so not annoying)

Cons: My m/b (990fxa ud7) has the 90° data connectors on back side of board. With the full size fans installed , cannot use them . Have to use smaller fans . Another 1/4"-3/8" would've made a big difference . But how many put such a large board in htpc ?
Once you install CD/DVD drive(s) , the drive cage gets tricky (and heavy) to line up and install (no problem at all if this is first step , but a hard drive will fail eventually , and to remove , cage has to come out .. unless you only screw one side)

Other Thoughts: I put ALOT of components in this case . 4 h/d , DVD , fan controller, 5 1/4" backplane cage (holding 4 ssd) , eatx m/b , sea sonic x-series p/s , 8 1/2" long video card, raid card and 7 cooling fans (did not use those supplied , arctic fans only...very quiet) . The airflow keeps it all cool .
I left the inside 5 1/4" vertical drive slot open for some of the extra cabling (in a good spot to tuck the excess) . I am glad I did not need the slot...though it seems a cavernous case at first , it fills up quickly . Planning and patience is required if you want to fully utilize the case options .

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  • Alfred W.
  • 8/2/2013 9:13:19 PM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsSleeper kit

Pros: Most likely HTPC case to accommodate your hard core gear. Smooth look with front panel closed. Plenty of cooling.

Cons: Not designed to support water cooling* (more below). A bit tall, check dimensions of your shelves.

Other Thoughts: After deliberation this case gets the full five stars for being best in class for an HTPC that can house serious equipment. This comes with significant caveats though.

On the plus side it fit a Sapphire Radeon 7970 OC, power cables and all. The drive cage shroud drops down neatly over this 11.5" card with power cables coming out of the top and leaves a bit of room to spare above and plenty of room to the front. Awesome. I replaced another Silverstone case with this one. That was the biggest HTPC case available at the time (2008) and the only way I could get a 10.5" card into it was to perform surgery with a Dremel tool and a metal cutting blade.

The case looks great with the panel closed. Not so great with it open. The little locking mechanism works fine. Wouldn't stop a thief, but it should keep kiddies and puppies out.

There is room to install 4x120mm fans, 2 on the sides and 2 on the bottom as well as 2x80mm fans at the back. It looks like you can install 3x120mm fans in front but one space is actually blocked by the drive cage. If you have a weird configuration you can replace the 120mm fans with 80mm ones. Sadly I could not through any Tetris zen induced mysticism get a Corsair H60 water cooling radiator/fan installed inside this case with an Asus ROG Hero mobo installed. The fan could be mounted but the radiator would interfere with either the mobo or the cables or the drive cage. This is pretty much the smallest water cooler available so don't expect to get hydro easy. For my part I got out some tools and partially removed one of the grill grates on the side then ground the edges smooth. I routed the water lines outside of the case through this new aperture and mounted the 120mm fan/radiator for the water cooling block externally. Good night warranty. The radiator is on the fan which is on the case and points in drawing air over the radiator and into the case. Maybe a little counter-intuitive as this is warming the intake air, but the cpu reads 33C in the BIOS at idle which is sweet and chilly. The kit's manual actually recommends mounting the fan as an intake anyway so no worries.

There is room to drop in a bunch of drives. I went with 3 (2.5" hdd, 3.5" hdd, dvd 5.25"). Simple no trouble to install these. The 5.25" drive in the horizontal mount is only held in place by the plastic bracket. Feels a mite flaky. Doesn't move when spinning, but a little hand pressure can displace it easily. Need to double check that I didn't miss a securing mechanism but I don't think so. The vertical 5.25" drive slots can be screw secured, but vertical drives bite. You inevitably drop your precious, precious media to it's scratchy doom.

Front panel cable routing is done for you very neatly. Replaced all 120mm fans with high grade silenced ones and the build is dead quiet. It's lighter than expected.

Rtm! A long tricky build with sweet results on a glorious large screen tv. Screwdriver needed.

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4 out of 5 eggsExcelent HTPC Case

Pros: Great Case lot of space to accommodate XTi mother board up to 4 hard drive Solid state drive

Cons: the only issue I have was with the pci slot specialy the one close to the LED connectors if you have a large video card and tv tuner you may have some challenge to accommodate is possible just have to use your imagination

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  • Pramod R.
  • 5/5/2013 1:09:43 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

5 out of 5 eggsPerfect HTPC

Pros: Awesome construction
Holds a lot of hard drives and the whole cage is removable.
Great air flow from bottom and side 120mm fans.
Nice front panel which covers all ports and BD drives.

Cons: None really! To name a few annoyances;

Noisy 1200 rpm fans ( I replaced with pwm OCZ fans).
Vertical drive slots ( I will use them for future HD expansion)
Ugly key hole in the front ( I wish it was on the side).
No fan shields inside to protect cables from hitting;

Other Thoughts: I used core i7 3770 with CPU cooler SilverStone Argon Series AR02 which is super easy to install and I hear no noise 2 feet away.
Motherboard P8Z68-V PRO/GEN3 with samsung SSD 830 and four 3 TB hard drives; OCZ 600W modular PSU

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  • Brandon U.
  • 3/23/2013 10:59:36 AM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsSweet Case. I have this rackmounted

Pros: This case is amazing for the price. Silverstone never lets me down with their quality cases.

I built out a home server with this build. The best part that I like about this case is that after I'm done using this for my VM machines and networking studies it came be moved from my office rack into my living room and look great with my Yamaha RX-673 receiver. It's already acting as my music / DLNA server that streams to the receiver. Anybody in the house can also access the HDD's as a simple home NAS solution too.

Air flow is great. I only added 2 x 80's fan in the back to create the push & pull air flow through the case.

Cons: The ONLY con I can think of, is that if you get a large PSU AND add on the hot-swappable 3.5 bays, there is no room to mount a fan on the back of the Silverstone FP57B's. Like I said, that is really reaching for a con and most people will just mount the HDD's inside the case (plenty of room, believe there are 7 slots for HDD's and 2 internal slots for SSD's. I just wanted to have the option of having hot-swappable HDD's for the future in case I needed it.

Other Thoughts: Home DNLA Server/ VMWare Workstation 9.0

Intel Core i7-3770 Ivy Bridge
Intel BOXDQ77MK LGA 1155 motherboard
CORSAIR Vengeance 32GB (4 x 8GB)
Sivlerstone SST-GD07B HTPC case
Silverstone RA02 Rackmount Ear Kit
2 x SilverStone FP57B (Hot Swap 3.5 HHD bays)
2 x ENERMAX UC-8EB (80mm Case Fans)
ASUS 24X DVD Burner
ASUS ENGT430 GeForce GT 430
Crucial 64G SSD (Windows 7 Pro)

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5 out of 5 eggsMedia Server Gaming HTPC

Pros: Very nice case if you want to have all your Media in one box. Front LED is Dim with door closed & can be completely blocked as if its off. Power button on the front door can be locked so it isn't functional if you have children. 3 120mm fans are pretty quiet & all are filtered. You can have up to 6 fans, 2 80mm & 4 120mm.

Some look at the vertical 5.25in drive bays & think Why???. Don't think optical, think external Hot-Swap 3.5in HDD. You can install 2 single drive hot-swap trays or a double 5.25in that will hold 3 HDD.

I intend to build another dedicated Media Server & will buy a second GD07 case for that. I am already out or HDD room on my HTPC (5 hdd 10TB) It will be simple C2D & integrated vid But RAID card & packed with HDD. Matching cases will also look nice in my entertainment center.

Cons: Beware of the Width of this case... It is slightly wider than the normal AV equipment platform & you need some side clearance for air intake & exhaust.

This is a BIG HTPC case but you still need to plan your parts selection. You can pack a Full Tower of parts into it but its not the easiest build.

Cable management could be hard with a normal PSU. Especially with Hot Swap trays in the vertical bays. However I used a Corsair Modular 750 watt & Made all my own cables So I have no Excess length to tuck or hide.

That also reminds me... there are no fan grills on the bottom 2 120mm fans. Install some to keep the cables from hitting the blades.

Everything does fit & you may need to take it apart & change the install order a couple times. But this is a "BIG" HTPC case...any other case will be smaller & even harder to build.

Other Thoughts: Don't be in a hurry to build this case. Make sure the parts fit before you buy.
HDD hot swap cage in the vertical 5.25 bays is limited in depth. I could not use a fan cooled tray type because my PSU is big.
CPU cooler height is limited... Consider a blow down style like Zalman or some of the Silverstone coolers.
Graphics Card; You can run a longer high-end card but you WILL loose some internal HDD space. I am running a PNY Gforce GTX 660 Ti & it is 9.75in long.

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