Cooler Master Release Silencio 352 Micro-ATX PC Case

/ 5 years ago


Cooler Master have just unveiled their latest Silencio series case. The Silencio 352 is a micro-ATX tower case from Cooler Master and Cooler Master say it is the first silenced micro-ATX case they have produced. The case, like with other cases in the Silencio series, has noise dampening foam at the front and sides of the case. At the front of the case Cooler Master have equipped an XtraFlo 120mm fan with another at the back.Cooler_Master_Silencio_352_2

The Silencio 352 supports micro-ATX and mini-ITX motherboards. There is support for a single 5.25 inch drive, three 3.5 inch drives and four 2.5 inch drives. Graphics cards up to 355mm long are supported. Cooler_Master_Silencio_352_2_5

The front features dual USB 3.0 and an SD card reader.  Cooler_Master_Silencio_352_3

The whole case is fitted with easily removable dust filters for the fans and power supply. The Silencio 352 supports 240mm radiator in the front and 120mm radiators in the rear to allow you to use watercooling AIOs, like the Seidon series, or custom water cooling loops, such as those based around the Eisberg series.

The Silencio 352 will be available from this month at an MSRP of 54.90/£47.90.

Images courtesy of Cooler Master

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One Response to “Cooler Master Release Silencio 352 Micro-ATX PC Case”
  1. Wayne says:

    It looks pretty cool to me. I’m generally a big fan of CM cases (no puns intended)

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