Reviews and Problems with Cooler Master Silencio 352
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Solid ATX case
Jack Matthewson, Amazon
26 July 2015
Summary: Nice looking case with plenty of space for large components (such as graphics cards) and a whole rack of hard drives. The cable management vents in the motherboard mounting tray are a dream. There are a few niggles I have with this case that prevenet it from getting 5 stars though.
Don't expect this to make your pc silent and no front dust filter.
John Hennessy, Amazon
26 July 2015
Summary: I previously had an old Antec P100 that was a nice solid study case but really needed replacing. I really liked the internal layout of this case compared to the Antec one and have no complaints about that at all.
Summary: Really nice, well made case. Not quiet as quiet as I thought it would be, but it definitely removes more of the whining. I'm sure once I replace my aging hard drives it will be pretty much silent.
Summary: This is a very nice case, plenty of room for everything including gfx cards in the "holy frak this is huge" category. Great cable management and very quiet with the sound dampening foam. My ONLY niggle is that there isn't a fan (or two) port at the top of the case, where the heat collects...
Summary: My brother has just bought this case as an upgrade. I watched him build it and I have to say I'm pretty impressed. The build quality is good and the size is much smaller than I thought compared to my full atx fractal design define r4.
Summary: I had a PC in this a while ago, I thought it was a pretty poor attempt at a quiet case. The front intake's grill is pretty loud, cutting the metal honeycomb out made the case much more silent.
Really nice case, add an extra fan to improve airflow
R. Prior, Amazon
17 March 2015
Summary: Really nice case, it's sturdy and well made. It was painless to build my system and I found it easy to work in the roomy interior. Cable management is good and I had no problems tying up the PSU cables behind the motherboard tray.