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Cooler Master Silencio 650
The Silencio's ability to muffle high-end hardware is undoubtedly its key selling point, but there's more. Other noteworthy features include a "DualBoot HDD Switch" for toggling between OSes, a fan speed controller, a memory card reader, 1amp USB 3.0 ports for charging smartphones and tablets, as well as X-Dock.
Can be whisper-quiet in use.
Integrated fan controller.
Relatively easy to build into.
Dual-boot functionality could be useful.
Includes hotswap drive bay and SD card reader.
System drive switch.
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.
May struggle to cool multiple highend GPUs.
Cable clutter could be an issue.
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 material.
By TechSpot on August 30, 2012
The Silencio 650 not resembles a cleaner version of Cooler Master's more aggressive HAF series, but it touts many attractive features, chief among which is sound absorbing foam mats and specially designed air vents to minimize noise while maintaining low operating temps.90
By Overclock3D on August 19, 2013
In reviewing a case, or any other product for that matter it's important to remember which area of the market the product is aimed at. It's clear from the sleek understated appearance of the 650 Pure that this is no pedal to the metal, high air...83
By Vortez on July 09, 2013
Many who have seen the Silencio 650 or even read our review of it will wonder where the differences are between the original case and this new PURE variant. Indeed, we were even puzzled when we first cast our eyes over it the only differences you...-
By XSReviews on February 19, 2013
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...-
By MadShrimps on January 11, 2013
On paper this Silencio 650 has got a lot going for it. Features like the docking station, the triple fan configuration, including a fan speed controller, the let's refer to it unique feature of supporting a dual boot disk configuration, and the...-
By PC Authority on October 03, 2012
Fractal Design may have the quiet computing market pretty much cornered, with the likes of its Hot Award winning Black Pearl cases, but Cooler Master's come along with an interesting take on computing power without pounding noise. The Silencio 650...83
By Vortez on September 12, 2012
Weve reached the end of the review so how is Silencio 650? Does it bring silence? How is cooling? Aesthetically 650 is a very nice computer chassis. Cooler Master have hit the nail on the head with styling, I really like how this chassis...-
By Overclock3D on August 30, 2012
If you've read the rest of the review you'll already have a good idea about what we're going to be saying here. If you haven't, then shame on you for skipping to the conclusion page. First then is to agree that this case is not out...83
By eTeknix on August 30, 2012
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...-
By HEXUS.net on August 24, 2012
Review: Cooler Master Silencio 650by Parm Mann on 24 August 2012, 09:34 4.0 Tags: Cooler Master Quick Link: HEXUS.net/qabldn Add to My Vault: Slowly but surely, computer hardware manufacturers are beginning to realise that consumers prefer...80