Tuesday, June 5th 2012

Cooler Master Launches the Silencio 650 PC Case

Cooler Master introduces a high-end case with silence in mind, but did not neglect the needs of a powerful system in the Silencio 650. Many of these features are easily accessible via the rich I/O which includes DualBoot HDD, fan controller, USB 3.0 and more. On the inside, it has a layer of noise dampening foam, hot swap X-dock, enough room for up to 8 HDDs and up to 3 high-end graphics cards.


Silent Elegance Design
Silencio 650 is built upon a design to mitigate the sound generated by noisy system components. This is achieved through a seemingly simplistic design with the diamond-cut aluminum front panel, concealable air ducts and a fan control that supports up to 6 fans. On the inside, there is a layer of sound absorbing foam to lessen the operating noise.

Feature Packed
Silencio 650 has a rich I/O panel what includes a DualBoot HDD switch allowing you to have control over booting between two separate operating systems (ex: Windows and Mac). This can be done by simply sliding the switch! The I/O panel also features: a fan controller for up to 6 fans that work at 700 or 1200RPM, memory card reader and super speed USB 3.0 ports that double as rapid charging ports for smartphones and tablets with roughly 1A of power.

Easy Expansion
Silencio 650 supports a total of 7 + 1 expansion slots that allows you to setup a 3-way SLI or CrossFireX, with the option to house ultra-long high-end graphics cards of up to 434.0 mm / 17.1" (after removing the upper HDD cage). In addition, the 3.5"/2.5" Hot swappable X-Dock and seven HDD bays provide plenty of storage expansion.

Extended Details
For a complete detailed look at the Silencio 650, please visit the dedicated website for details: http://www.coolermaster.com/microsite/silencio_650/

The Silencio 650 will be available around the end of June for a recommended price of €139.95.
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6 Comments on Cooler Master Launches the Silencio 650 PC Case

#1
Dj-ElectriC
Review title say "650D"
Corsair much?
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#2
Sp33d Junki3
I like the design of the front. So nice features on this case.
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#3
brandonwh64
Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!
Hate that it has no top 120MM/140MM slots or RAD capabilities. :(
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#5
Static~Charge
by: brandonwh64
Hate that it has no top 120MM/140MM slots
What? From Cooler Master's spec page:

Cooling System -- Top: 120mm or 140mm fan x 1 (optional)

It has a fan mount; you supply the fan.

by: brandonwh64
or RAD capabilities.
Two grommetted holes to run tubing outside the chassis, but no provision for an internal radiator.
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#6
cedrac18
Hate pc cases with front "doors' why do i have to open something to access the front of my case? Like everything else though.
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