Cooler Master Silencio 650 Mid Tower PC Chassis Review

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Today I am taking a look at the Silencio 650 Mid Tower from Cooler Master, a company who have over ten years experience in the computer industry providing us with a stunning range of cooling components and chassis and even supporting the industrial industry and high end business solutions with there products.

“Cooler Master was founded with the mission of providing the industry’s best thermal solutions. Since its establishment a decade ago, the company has remained faithful to this mission, emerging as a world leader in products and services for companies dealing with devices where heat issues must be resolved.”

I expect many of their cooling solutions knowledge will have been put to good use in the design of this chassis, but the Silencio isn’t all about cooling, although the clue to that is hidden in its name “Silencio” which is the Spanish word for silence. As Cooler Master them selves put it, “[the] Silencio 650 is an extremely silent mid-tower based on an elegant and classy design.” so today I will be taking a look if cooler master has delivered on their promise of silent performance as well as their own name in terms of cooling capability in this chassis.

Come and take a look at the next few pages where we will take a closer look at just the is on offer in this premium chassis from Cooler Master, and with a price tag of around £120 I’m expecting great things from the Silencio.

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One Response to “Cooler Master Silencio 650 Mid Tower PC Chassis Review”
  1. Not a bad case at all.Technically the PSU is not upside down. Antec stuck it’s label on upside down. I would personally never install a PSU that sucks hot air from inside the case, rather cooler air from outside.

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