Reviews and Problems with Cooler Master Silencio 650
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Cooler Master Silencio 650 Mid Tower Case Review
11 January 2013
Summary: Today we introduce to you the flagship of Cooler Master's Silencio range: The 650 model. We already saw the prototype at Cebit 2012 and the specification list was impressive. Cooler Master promised us an integration of a fan controller, a hot swappable bay, a selection option of the boot drive.
Conclusion: The Silencio 650 leaves a splendid impression, Cooler Master has delivered a case with fine aesthetics, excellent build quality and whisper-quiet performance. I highly recommend this case to people who're looking for a silent mid-tower case capable of cooling high-end hardware.
Summary: From where we're sitting, Cooler Master achieved its goal. The Silencio 650 is very quiet and it dampens the noise from internal components quite well. However, as you saw on the last part of the review, by lining the case with sound-absorbing material, the enclosure sacrifices airflow and this...
Conclusion: Cooler Master's Silencio 650 isn't the most visually attractive chassis, but spend some time with it and you can quite easily fall for some of its many charms. Managing to keep a system equipped with various ultra-high-end components barely audible during everyday tasks is the obvious treat, but...
Summary: Cooler Master takes a different approach to the 100+ Euro silent chassis. While other manufacturers aim to offer flexibility between air flow and silence, the Silencio 650 offers an extensive feature set with a few unique aspects.
Pros: Solid construction, Hot-swap bay, System drive switch, Fan Controller, SDHC Card Slot, Sound dampening materials on all major sides, Air vent on top comes with a sliding cover, Three fans included, Dust filters on all intake areas, Solid Aluminum front door
Cons: HDD switch limited to the two specific internal drive bays, Silent approach means limited air flow - especially in the front of the chassis, No 3.5 inch bay, Limited space behind motherboard tray may make cable management a bit tough, Sound dampening materials not as good as others out there, No ...
Summary: The new Silencio definitely is a serious upgrade compared to the previous revisions. The remarks I had back then where rubberized grommet holes, more USB ports etc, it seems that all my wishes which I had with the 550 have been fulfilled with the Silencio 650 model. That and more.
Conclusion: To round up the Silencio 650, its quiet, stays cool and looks extremely professional and sleek. Building a system in the case was easy; everything went in very easily thanks to it being quite spacey. There isn’t anything we don’t like about the case, it’s well made and well thought out.
Pros: Excellent quality, Easy to build a system in, Priced fairly, Quiet and cool, Can fit very long graphics cards
Cons: Delicate rubber Grommets, Rear side panel can be difficult to install due to thick 24 pin cables although doesn’t bow out like other cases
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