Reviews and Problems with Cooler Master Silencio 550 (RC-550)
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Ryan Perry, Techgage
22 August 2011
Conclusion: So, what -is- more important when choosing a case? If the answer is eye candy and thermal performance, it’s best to look elsewhere. If it’s functionality, expandability and a quiet system that’s wrapped up into a sleek, unassuming enclosure, then this may be the one for you.
Summary: A good quiet case. I did replace the two fans for more efficient ones but expected to do this. The case has no jagged edges to catch you out and has an optionally removable 3.5" bay section which was welcomed.
Excerpt: The case is actually far more attractive than it appears in the library pictures on the website. (total opposite of my ex-wife it has to be said). Quality of the build the features are great and the noise reduction systems is excellent, on par with my Fractal Design R4. Grab yourself a bargain.
Summary: this is the best case i come across for my build . there is something special about this case which is not advised u will not find this on utube or anywhere ...... when u get this case u will see there is a 3.5 bay now look inside it . what u r look at is something very special .
Summary: The case is perfectly fine. How ever the delivery on this item is a joke so be warned. Every other item i have ordered on this site has come nice nice and fast just as expected so this is my first negative review.
Summary: Before buying this I was using an ancient cheapo early-2000s ATX case, placed on its side with a towel on top because the side panel wouldn't fit with my heatsink. Unsurprisingly this case is an improvement in almost every way: looks good, feels sturdy, happily accomodates large heatsinks, there's a...