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Cooler Master Silencio S600 mATX Seamless Tempered Glass Mini Tower Case - $102.44 Delivered @ Amazon AU

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Cooler Master Silencio S600 mATX Seamless Tempered Glass Side Panel Silent Design Mini Tower Case - Black - MCS-S600-KG5N-S00

$103.35 $105.39 $102.44 with free shipping. Marked down from $159.

  • Sound dampening material
  • Seamless tempered glass to show the system build
  • Removable sound dampening cover
  • Reversible, steel front door
  • The I/O panel features an SD card reader for rich connectivity

Tech details:

Manufacturer Ingram Micro
Brand Cooler Master
Product Dimensions 55 x 29 x 55.2 cm; 8.43 Kilograms
Item Model Number MCS-S600-KG5N-S00
Colour Black
Number of Items 1
Manufacturer Part Number MCS-S600-KG5N-S00
Item Weight 8.43 kg

The Silencio's minimalistic design cloaks its complexity. Design elements fine-tuned in form and function result in minimized noise and efficiently maintained system temperatures. Behind the outer panels are pieces of meticulously placed sound dampening material. The development of the Silencio S600 was driven by Sorama's Cam64-this allowed for the entire sound spectrum to be visually analysed by source, resonance pattern and frequency. With the identification of peaks within certain frequency ranges, fine-tuning the Silencio for the dispersion of resonance was made possible, reducing the prominence of noise generated by system components. Every detail in design optimized the Silencio for thermal efficiency and silence, from the type of material used to its placement. The Silencio utilizes a combination of sound dampening materials, from thick soft foam to heavy mass-loaded vinyl, to precisely counter prominent frequencies. Comes in seamless tempered glass to show the system build. For an even higher demand for ventilation, the top panel's Sound Dampening Cover can be removed for unrestricted ventilation. An optional dust filter for the top panel ventilation is included, allowing the top panel and front panel to work in conjunction to cool the system. The front panel features a recurved vent, directing air in through the front bezel. The curve points downward, taking air in from the bottom and straightens out to direct air in from either side of the steel front door. The steel front door features a reversible mounting system, capable of opening in either direction. To prevent vibrations, a softer, thicker material spans the steel structure in conjunction with a hinge system of magnets and rubber stompers. Two Silencio FP 120mm PWM fans are pre-installed with rubber padding to reduce noise, featuring specially designed blades that allow both quiet operation and high air pressure. I/O panel: 2x USB 3.2 Gen 1, 1x 3.5mm Headset Jack (Audio+Mic), 1x SD card reader.

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    I've got this case it's nice and subtle, added Noctua fans and a bequiet! CPU cooler and under full load it's barely audible (but not silent)

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      Temps good? What load temps do you see?

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        Just ran Prime95 and got to 64c on my R5 2600 @ 4GHz

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          Thanks for the update. Whatever temps you posted depends on the cooler you have. The real temp increases occur when you stress both the CPU and GPU together for over 15 to 20 minutes and that will probably be much higher than 64.

  • +8 votes

    good price, just be aware silent cases usually runs hot.

    • +4 votes

      Absolutely, I purchased the NR400 over this model due to airflow due to the mesh front. I strongly recommend the NR400! It's very similiar astechics wise and cheap compared to models such as the Fractal C Meshify.

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        +1. Yes I have NR400 too. Fantastic airflow and doesn't look too bad, nice and sleek.

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    shows $114.67 in cart

    • +1 vote

      Computer cases on Amazon follows like extreme dynamic pricing, a few purchases and the price will go up

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        They're adding GST, unfortunately.

        Order Summary
        Item(s) Subtotal:$104.25
        Delivery:$7.26
        Total Before GST:$111.51
        GST:$11.15

        • +1 vote

          nah it's not just that, if you click on the link again the price is $125 now, so as soon as there is demand, price will go up much more aggressively compared to other products

          • +1 vote

            @ln28909: Yeah pricing algorithm strikes again, lucky I got in early.

            I thought Amazon included GST in their prices though, even from Amazon US?

  • +4 votes

    If you have a ATX motherboard, you will also need a grinder.

    • +2 votes

      Specs say it supports ATX.
      Where did you hear this?

  • +2 votes

    Review says case runs hot with below average airflow
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DZYyo4TpB14

  •  

    Nearly bought this, went for the fractal mini c instead… Both seem pretty great but the heat reports from this one turned me off

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      Is the mini C cheap or just normal price now?

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        I got it cheap, but pricing and availability in general isn't great… I was lucky to get decent disty pricing, otherwise it's hard to look past this coolermaster

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          How much did you paid for it?
          Is it good?

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            @congo: I got it could weeks ago got 189
            It's not bad, under load it's audible but otherwise it's barely noticeable and it's super easy to build in

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    Now $125 in cart, which is more than 10% from the original deal price. Post marked expired.

  • +1 vote

    For anyone who is interested in Acoustic Performance, this case may not be ideal. Noise is very subjective (dB level is not the full picture). Often its better to run a Mesh case with low rpm fans, than it is to use a "silence" orientated case (as they run hot and under load they are much louder). Even at idle getting rid of the heat can become a challenge, resulting in fans running faster and louder. This case has mixed reviews as a result.

    If you do care about noise, I reckon investing in Noctua Fans or budget based Arctic P12 equivalents. A large CPU cooler and adequate airflow case is a good way to go. But of course this is subjective and comes down to preference :)

    • -1 vote

      As someone who went from a corsair carbide air 240 to a fractal mini c, this isn't entirely wrong but I do notice a difference… I'm running noctua fans with a h100i gtx and a hybrid cooler on my gpu (1080ti) and if anything I'm noticing things I didn't think about… My power supply is currently the loudest thing in the case… Temps are not amazing but under control… Trying for silence is a project I am regretting as I fix one thing and another pops up haha

      The hybrid cooler on my gpu is the next loudest, which will soon be replaced with a 3080… Which won't fit unless I move or replace the h100……… Argh… It never ends!

    • +1 vote

      The problem with mesh cases is that they allow all sorts of noises to pass through directly. HDD wind up, coil and static noises are often more annoying than consistent and predictable fan noise.

      Sound dampened cases are generally less distracting at idle, but often louder at load. There is definitely a use case for both types.

    • +3 votes

      That's ITX, generally a very different market.

      For mATX there's the NR400, which is identical to this but with a mesh front panel.

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        Ahh right you are!

        If you are interested in ITX then I recommend the NR200 😏

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    If anyone is on the market for a mATX Case i would recommend this one https://www.pccasegear.com/products/50156/thermaltake-s100-b...

    Looks to be a great case and a good price.

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    From curiosity I bought the cheapest case I could find https://www.amazon.com.au/gp/product/B08BWVK1JX - now $38 on amazon prime… For a Ryzen 3100 build….80mm chassis fan is the only outlet and the fan died within 5mins…. I've ordered a Noctua to fill the gap but there is little airflow with a 3.5" hdd mounted at the front of the case…. Using a GTX1070 short card it gets warm - It's a tiny case! Just built it today and thinking of ideas to improve airflow….. I have a couple of other builds to do with the 'cheaper' parts but this arrived the 1st…

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      It comes up with $68 Delivry

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        Ah - it was available with free shipping via prime when I ordered - something must have changed..

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      Could you upload a picture of how it's setup now?

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        This is it built - still have the side cover off while waiting on the replacement exhaust fan - https://www.dropbox.com/sh/98tqmrr6x6yopgx/AACV5WkawfvhwL-Wu...

        The GPU has little ventilation as there is no vent at the underside of the case - I plan to swap the stock cooler for the CPU ad the ram is just temporary whilst waiting on parts for another build!… It's quite a small case but not well designed - no cable management, etc. (hence cables tied down in top corner). It would be better to have an air intake fan somewhere at the front of the case also but nowhere to mount anything..

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          My old case was actually very similar in layout.
          Definitely the biggest issue is gonna be intake air for the GPU. You're gonna want to get that HDD out of the way, either up to the top fan mount or just anywhere in the top corner or the case, then have an intake fan at the bottom, right in front of the GPU. Might have to just use double sided tape or zipties to get it done, but it should make a big difference.
          I'd also try undervolting if you haven't already. Got me about a 10C drop with no performance loss.

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    I got the Thermaltake Core V21, removed the 2 side panel and now have a pretty cool "open" case.
    I have the clear window panel on the top, to stop dust falling into the PC.

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    Reading from reviews, this is a hot box. Very little air intake

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    Back again at $102.44

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    I have the old model (from 2013 or so). Seasonic no fan power supply. i5. Noctua CPU cooler and 2 other fans. Air intakes in the front etc. Pretty much silent. It stays on for months sometimes and no issues. Not gaming though.

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    happy that I paid 92$ 1 week ago … Top quality case btw, definitely recommend it

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    It's a hot box, don't do it. Silence = lack of airflow. You kinda want something in between and not letting the fan ramp up pushing it.

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    Going to make mine look like this! Minus the massive air CPU cooler and swap for AIO instead

    https://youtu.be/MDOpt0iq4rg