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SilverStone Milo Series ML07B Black Reinforced plastic outer shell, steel body Mini-ITX DTX Computer Case with PCI-E Riser

  • Reinforced plastic outer shell, steel body
  • USB 3.0 x 2
  • audio x 1
  • MIC x 1 Front Ports
  • Low profile fan and fan filter not included
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Based on the revolutionary Raven RVZ01 chassis, the Milo ML07 is a Mini-ITX HTPC case with compact form factor and powerful potentials. Utilizing an advanced layout designed for maximum performance and a PCI-E riser, the slim, 14 liter ML07 is capable of housing the biggest consumer graphics card on the market and the ability to support liquid cooling*. Designed for use in either vertical or horizontal orientation, it can be placed comfortably in any space-constrained home theater environment that requires a powerful PC. For those looking to build a cleanly-styled HTPC with gaming or more powerful components in small form factor, the ML07 is the perfect solution.


SilverStone Computer Case
  • Classic SilverStone styling
  • Support graphics card up to 13 inches
  • Mini-ITX motherboard & SFX PSU compatible
  • Maximum performance in slim form factor with support for liquid cooling*
  • Fits in nearly any environment with horizontal or vertical orientation


SilverStone Computer Case

Dual 2.5" HDD/SSD slots

SilverStone Computer Case

Multipurpose PSU bracket can accommodate a 3.5" drive

SilverStone Computer Case

Mounting holes for one 2.5" SSD/HDD or a Laing DDC pump

SilverStone Computer Case

Slim slot-loading optical drive slot

SilverStone Computer Case

Front USB 3.0 and I/O ports

SilverStone Computer Case

Power and reset button

SilverStone Computer Case

Dual PCI-E slots can house graphics card up to 13"

SilverStone Computer Case

Specially designed grilles offer the best performance and lowest noise

SilverStone Computer Case

Independent PSU intake vent

SilverStone Computer Case

Dual 120mm intake fan slots

SilverStone Computer Case

Exhaust vent


Model No. SST-ML07B (black)
Material Reinforced plastic outer shell, steel body
Motherboard DTX, Mini-ITX
External Drive Bay Slim slot-loading optical x 1
Internal Drive Bays 3.5" x 1, 2.5" x 3
Cooling System Top:1 x 120mm fan slot
Bottom:2 x 120mm fan slot
Expansion Slots 2
Front I/O Ports USB 3.0 x 2
audio x 1
MIC x 1
Power Supply SFX, SFX-L
Expansion Card Supports graphics card up to 13", width restriction - 5.88"
Max. CPU Cooler Size 83mm
Net Weight 8.2lbs (3.71kg)
Dimensions (W x H x D) 15 x 4.1 x 13.8" (382 x 105 x 350mm), 854.3cu. in. (14 liters)
Extra Support Kensington Lock

Learn more about the Silverstone ML07B




Mini ITX Media Center / HTPC Case
Case Material
Aluminum / Plastic
Power Supply
Motherboard Compatibility
Side Window


External 3.5" Drive Bays
Internal 2.5" Drive Bays
Expansion Slots

Front Ports

Front USB Ports
USB 3.0 x 2

Cooling System

120mm Fans
Top: 1 x 120mm fan slot
Bottom: 2X 120mm fan slot


Removable Filter
Classic SilverStone styling
Support graphics card up to 13 inches
Mini-ITX motherboard & SFX PSU compatible
Maximum performance in slim form factor with support for liquid cooling*
Fits in nearly any environment with horizontal or vertical orientation



Quick Info


  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 1 year
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 1 year

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  • Peter K.
  • 2/18/2015 1:50:18 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsPassive cooling Case

Pros: * I purchased this case to start my Steam Machine Build. I chose it because of the faux Aluminum Panels to match my Audio Equipment.

The Case has a decent quality> The PCI riser card is solid construction but still needs a screw to keep it in place so it doesn't break, the PCI card io slot at the back of the case requires extra effort to remove> this requires the use of force to remove the panel to insert a PCI GPU.

The process of inserting a full Size 10.5" length GPU to match the io and PCI slot requires alot of balancing and twisting of the back io Panel to get the GPU to slide into the PCI slot as well have the back io panel match the screw holes to secure it in place> this proves even more difficult if your using the Silverstone DVD slot load drive that can be used in this case, as the drive itself can block the Card's (Holder Panel) from closing down properly. (And lining up the secure screws to a chassis bracket)

The GPU Holder itself can mount two 2.5" HDD drives. + DVD slot load drive.

I was considering purchasing a standard Rear exit GTX 780ti card in order to prevent any heat buildup inside the small compact Case, but decided to go for a Full Passive cooled GTX 780 ti (Gainward).

The Gainward Card is IMO the best GPU you can put inside this case and would not recommend other (unless smaller).

* It basically has x3 Fans that are evenly spread across the entire GPU's Heat sink.

I later discovered that this case requires Negative pressure to work properly.

The reason the GPU is the recommended fit for this case is because when coupled with a pair of Quality 120mm -15mm Fans (Found at the Bottom of the GPU area)...the GPU and Case Fans are in direct contact with each other.

* What basically happens is the GPU pushes hot air down> which could be an issue> this then requires orienting the bottom fans to Suck air up onto the GPU & into the case.

The results causes all the hot air inside the case to be expelled out the sides of the case.

Those slots / vents at the side of the case are actual vent areas, IMO a clever design, because I found out that orienting the bottom fans to push air out the bottom caused the GPU temps to increase above 92-100c!!!

*When I switched the fans orientation to suck air into the case (As well as the CPU mounted Fan) The GPU temps held at a remarkable 72C!!! When placed on the floor in an open area.

These temps come from a 10 VRM GPU that converts tons of extra voltage values to Heat (to better filter voltage fluctuations etc)

Most GPU's inside this case AT BEST hover around 82c when loaded.

This case can expel exessive amount of heat out the sides with all fans at Full (2200rpm)

*The worst the temps have gotten after placing the Case inside a cabinet are 78c-82c> which is what should happen because the hot air exiting out the sides hit a ceiling where they sort of stick there, otherwise this case is an ideal solution to passive cooling.

Cons: The pci Moutning Bracket can be difficult to install with a large GPU.

The bracket requires you line up pci riser card with the back panel io screws> as well the DVD slot load drive requires it be installed and oriented as well, including the PCI mount mounting screws need aligning as well. x3 Different areas need to be aligned properly.

Other Thoughts: A very good Passive cooling Case.

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  • Marc B.
  • 1/15/2015 1:36:22 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsWonderful construction

Pros: Clean design
Easily accesible space inside
Front USB ports

Looking to build a few of these HTPC's and this is the other case that I'm using. Would definitely recommend it to anyone trying to do the same. Check your size requirements as the case was a little bigger than I expected (though it still fit where I needed it)

Cons: None yet. Does require a fair bit of patience and attention to detail to install all of the components. Not sure that's a "Con" though.

Other Thoughts: Buy/Find a magnetic screwdriver with a long shaft. Two of the screws that hold the PSU enclosure in place are a bit difficult to get to and impossible to put back in if you do not have a magnetic screwdriver.

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  • Jan B.
  • 1/3/2015 1:14:40 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsA Satisfying HTPC Build

Pros: Allows (almost) no-compromise high-performance gaming system in a perfect, slim, and quiet HTPC form factor. Pleasing looks and well thought-out design.

Cons: Power and Reset switches are just cheesy. They are bending/flexing plastic tabs. Also hard to read/see symbols for both.

Build quality (screws, joints, finish) is not as good as my last Lian Li C-37B HTPC case (but then that case cost nearly 2X and still can't hold a decent GPU). Quality is OK given the price, but considering the total value of my system and the fact it's in my living room, I'd gladly pay $50 more for a higher quality look and feel.

Instructions are lengthy, but in practice I found them confusing and incomplete - I ended up ignoring them and just relying on experience. Reading the reviews here on Newegg was actually far more helpful than the manual in undertaking this project.

Other Thoughts: As others have noted, case fans are required, especially if you are going with a powerful GPU (which is really the whole point of using this particular case). I chose to install two 120 mm fans in the bottom locations under the GPU, and for now have not installed any fan in the upper location (as I have a relatively cool CPU). So far, so good.

Others have commented on the need for using special cable kits or low profile SATA cables. I did not end up needing any of these, but that may depend on your choice of Motherboard.

The availability of a full-size 3.5" HDD slot was a nice surprise. Not required really in my opinion, but at least it allowed me to recycle one of the surplus 2TB drives I had laying around.

This was my first time using slim slot-loading optical drives. Lesson learned - the Panasonic model that I chose ended up requiring a "Slimline SATA" connector adapter - which I did not discover until after the drive arrived.

No regrets on choosing this case. I think it's the best solution available right now, given my goals for this project.

My system configuration:

ASUS H87I-PLUS-R LGA 1150 Mini ITX Intel Motherboard
Intel Core i5-4570S Haswell Quad-Core 2.9GHz 65W, Stock cooler
Team Dark Series 8GB (2 x 4GB) DDR3 1600 (PC3 12800) Desktop Memory
EVGA 04G-2972-KR GeForce GTX 970 4GB Nvidia GPU
Crucial M500 2.5" 240GB SATA III MLC Internal SSD
2.0 TB Seagate Barracuda Green 3.5" ST2000DL003 SATA 6.0Gb/s 5900 RPM
Panasonic UJ-265 Slim 6X Blu-ray Writer SATA (Slot Load)
Silverstone ST45SF 80 Plus Bronze SFX 450W power supply
2x LOGISYS Computer SF120 120mm Extreme Quiet Rubber Fan

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  • Scott E.
  • 1/1/2015 2:17:42 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

3 out of 5 eggsMarginal

Pros: Slim, nice use of space for power supply

Cons: Plastic outer shell has little bits breaking off and rattling around.
Having to remove graphics card to get to fans is unpleasant...
Was expecting fans - my fault for not reading specs with proper attention to detail...

Other Thoughts: works - was going to use 3...won't do that now.
I loved the SilverStone itx tower.

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  • Christopher T.
  • 9/29/2014 8:25:17 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsBest case scenario.

Pros: * Small, but fully featured for the discerning HTPC or ITX-based gaming build.
* Sleek yet unobtrusive design - will look very good amongst your home theater A/V equipment, without sticking out like a sore thumb.
* Clever internal layout - this case takes advantage of every square inch.
* Solid, if somewhat uninspired, build quality.

Cons: * Installation requires a little bit of planning ahead. (Not especially a con for experienced small-form-factor builders!) Not intended for those people who tinker/test or like to swap parts out on a weekly basis.

Other Thoughts: In my opinion, this is currently the best "living room PC" case on the market. Yes, there are some limitations to what you can stuff in it, but for the vast majority of HTPC users and single-GPU gamers, this case deserves your money. That is, unless you prefer the style of the Raven version of this case. :-)

There are a couple of wish-list improvements that could be made (mostly regarding the SFX form factor power supply, really, not the case itself) but those are nit-picking at best.

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  • Lawrence H.
  • 9/21/2014 8:10:29 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsGood Case, tight build space

Pros: This case has a small footprint with the ability to hold a full size graphics card. 3 120mm fan locations for direct cooling of hot spots. Slim design very neat and understated, would make a great HTPC or living room gaming system.

Cons: Must have an SFX power supply. P/S mounting is a PITA, the screws are located tight at the bottom and you will need a magnetic screwdriver to get to them easily. Cable routing with Silverstone SFX power supply is difficult unless you have their flat cable kit. Fan cables and SATA cables must be carefully routed or you may end up touching fan blades. USB 3.0,Power, Reset and LED wires are too long, had to fold/loop excess behind power supply.

Other Thoughts: I bought this case because I wanted a Gaming PC in my garage but I didn't want to take up a bunch of bench space. Once I had everything assembled, it is exactly what I needed. I added 3 120mm fans and the system stays just as cool as when it was in my Lian Li mATX case. I just ordered the Silverstone flat P/S cable kit and I really wish they would have made a kit for this case (450w or 600w P/S with flat cables, make a discount purchase or something!)

If anyone from Silverstone is reading this, I highly recommend a Ver. 2 for your SFX power supplies, get rid of the sleeved stiff cables and only use the flat ones.

I like this case design compared to the RVZ01. The RVZ is a love it or leave it design, where the ML07 is destined to be a classic.

If you buy this case, get the cable kit, a magnetic screwdriver and an assortment of different length SATA cables. Take your time building, and follow the directions, everything will fit, but if you aren't careful, you will end up having to re-mount parts just to get your cables neatly routed. I gave this case 5 stars because it is exactly what other reviews have said it was, and the quality was definitely up to Silverstone's better standards. Eventually this one will get modded for more portability, but for now it is exactly what I wanted!

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  • Gavin K.
  • 8/5/2014 10:57:00 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsGreat HTPC for Cheap!

Pros: - Pretty much the exact same interior as the Raven RZ01B which is what I wanted.
- Holds my GTX 780ti perfectly and there are holes to route pcie power cables.
- With 2 added fans it cools my 780ti very nicely, definitely gets loud though if you ramp the gfx card fan up.
- I was able to fit in a Corsair H60 watercooler in there to cool my 4790K! had to use a 12mm fan though but temps never go above 40C
- The design is subtle and not to stick out like a sore thumb.

Cons: - I don't have many cons really but I wish they would have included dust filters for all the fan holes. If the case cost more I would have subtracted an egg but for $60 bucks this is to be expected.
- If you want to work on a specific part besides the ssd it is tedious to get to it, again to be expected in a case this size.

Other Thoughts: This small little case can house a 4790K and a 780ti and keep it all cool. Really impressed so far.

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  • Eric M.
  • 7/22/2014 12:21:48 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month

4 out of 5 eggsGreat Design! NEEDS Fans!

Pros: Slim, roomy, sturdy, versatile

Cons: No active cooling, needs fans if you are using it as a Micro-Gaming PC. Get's very hot when using a gaming graphics card.

Other Thoughts: I LOVE this case!! This is hands down the BEST Case design for a Small Form Factor PC that will actually FIT into most entertainment center cabinets, thanks to the mini-ITX motherboard form factor. (The Raven RVZ01 shares the same layout). Here are the specs of my HTPC

Motherboard - HP Irvine GL6E (NVidia 630i chipset)
Processor - Xeon X5450 3.00GHz (using the 771 to 775 mod)
Heatsink/Fan - Intel Celeron Cooler, aluminum fins, copper core
RAM - 4GB PC2-6400
SSD - Mushkin Enhanced 120GB Sata III
PSU - Silverstone 450W SFX Bronze
CD/DVD - Panasonic slim slot load CD+-RW/DVD+-RW
Video - NVidia GT640 1GB

This case, and the Raven, can accommodate everything you "need" for an HTPC or micro-Gaming PC. Mine is obviously being used as Micro-Gaming, due to the lack of BluRay playback (I have a Sony set top for that). The only bad thing about this case is that it gets really hot, mostly due to the lack of stock fans. The Raven would probably have gotten a 5 star rating from me because of the looks and the standard case fans. If you are just going to use onboard graphics, it's probably not a big deal, but with a discreet graphics option, I strongly recommend spending the extra $20 and getting the Raven Case. I originally had a GTX 560Ti but that was even worse for the heat build up... already had an extra GT640 so I just through that in and it works great for the games I will be playing on this setup... (nothing more intense than Batman, Need for Speed or Castlevania).

All in all, Great buy for the price!! Might add more to this after I find out how much difference the additional fans make, still waiting on them to arrive.

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  • James S.
  • 7/16/2014 7:34:51 PM
  • Tech Level: Average
  • Ownership: less than 1 day
  • Verified Owner

2 out of 5 eggsGreat Form Factor, Cheap Feeling

Pros: Great size. From a distance the case looks great. Comprehensive manual with step by step instructions printed on some very nice paper.

Cons: Large amounts of paint scratch off around the screws, plastic looks and feels cheap up close. After removing screws for the GPU bracket, it was stuck to the back of the case and too tight to remove safely. I did not complete a build with this case since I feared damaging the motherboard and the PCIe riser. Wrestling the bracket out took some paint with it (probably wasn't the best idea to do that). Putting it back on, some holes were misaligned until I bumped the bracket and back of the case.

Other Thoughts: I don't like how the power and reset buttons are little "flaps" molded with the plastic. Closely inspecting the plastic, it is possible to see where the plastic was stressed, particularly around the usb and headphone/mic jacks.

I really wanted to like this case, but what I believe to be one of its defining features, the PCIe bracket, was constructed poorly. This is the main reason for the poor review.

Sadly, I'll be returning this.

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  • Kevin L.
  • 7/7/2014 2:09:26 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsFinally a sleek HTPC case

Pros: Finally got around to building a HTPC and was stunned at how few choices there were of enclosures that fit a DVD player-like profile/size (I mean seriously, why do I want cube cases to fit on a HTPC shelf).

I'm very happy with the unit. The instructions were very well detailed on dealing with this case (some things are really recommended to be installed in a certain order).

I really like the PCIe extension, but sadly I just didn't find a use for it with "good enough" integrated graphics from both Intel and AMD for video/movies, and in-home streaming options for gaming making dedicated GPU's for HTPC seem like a diminishing thing as well. Maybe a sound card when I get back around to this small build.

Cons: I don't think there are any major cons to this case, just a quirks - so see below.

Other Thoughts: Because of it's form factor, installing stuff requires a bit more attention otherwise you'll just frustrate yourself.

For instance, after installing the sfx PSU, then installing the bracket over it - if you didn't pay attention to the instructions and turn the PSU switch ON,'re going to have to take it back off now.

The build process in this case really ought to be followed in the instructions - so this is not really a case I would tinker with often (though I don't see why you would in a HTPC build).

A decent amount of storage mounting options, but in this day and age of NAS devices, it was another feature (like the PCIe extension) I didn't find that useful personally.

The Power/Reset LED's are blue, and a bit too bright in my tastes for something that will sit in a dark room. You could just leave the leads off the motherboard and deal with no LED's or see if you can mentally tune out the shining LED /shrug.

Double check your shelf/setup and this case's height. While it appears to have a DVD-player-like size, it's a bit taller. Two fan openings are on the bottom of the case.

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