Cooler Master Silencio S600 black
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After a few years of silence, Cooler Master is back in the silent case market and is trying to win back its share of the pie. The main weapon in the fight against Fractal Design and Be quiet products was the new Silencio line, represented by two cases S400 and S600. The older model S600 came to our tests without a viewing window, and with a convenient front door and a modular structure that allows you to interchange drive bays, thereby simplifying the assembly process and improving air circulation inside the case.
Following the given fashion, Cooler Master designers tried to give the case a laconic look and at the same time make its appearance interesting. They did a great job, just look at the photos. Worthy of praise is the soundproofing of the case, through which only fairly large and loud video cards with low-cost power supplies make their way.
Due to the modular nature of this case, the user can re-assemble the case by using free expansion slots and removing unnecessary drive pockets. In this case, there is enough space for a large CPU cooler up to 17 cm high or additional fans on the front and rear panels.
The chassis itself is equipped with two excellent dust filters, anti-vibration pads and a pair of quiet 120mm fans with PWM speed control. For additional cooling, the case provides 5 places for coolers, plus you can always simply open the front door for ventilation. In comparison to this, the only drawback is not the largest compartment for the power supply and a metal mesh at the base of the case instead of a full-fledged dust filter.