The case is made from steel and ABS plastic and features a deverges from the typical case by implementing a top-oriented motherboard tray. This means the motherboard's I/O panel faces the top of the case, and the tray is accessible from the right instead of the left panel.
The RVX01 will have room for video cards as long as 349mm, CPU coolers width a maximum height of 162mm and PSUs as large as 225mm. Like a lot of new cases, the RVX01 lacks 5.25" drive bays so if you still use optical disc drives this case isn't for you.
The interior will have four storage bays for 2.5" or 3.5" disks and cooling will be provided by up to five fans, of which three are included with the case. SilverStone will offer the case with or without side panel window at a pricing of around $80.
Cooling options include three 120 mm bottom intakes (can hold on to a 360 mm long radiator), one 120 mm front intake, and a 120 mm top exhaust. Three SilverStone Air-Penetrator 120 mm spinners come included and factory-fitted to the bottom intakes. The bottom intake features a removable dust filter. Front panel connectivity includes USB 3.0 (standard header) and HDA jacks.