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Be Quiet! Pure Base 600 Mid-Tower ATX Case $66.59 (Was $125) + Delivery ($0 Sydney C&C) @ Mwave

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Great price for a good case.
Also good discounts on silent base 601 and silent base 801.

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Comments

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    Is there any way to get free shipping to Melbourne (I tried buying 2 to get over $100, but it didn't work)

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      Buy a cheap case fan from antec it provides free shipping on whole order

  • +9 votes

    Silent Base 801, added to cart, created an account, checkout… looks at delivery cost$81. Alt + F4

    • +8 votes

      Bit xtreme… why not Ctrl+W?

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      Just buy a cheap antec product with it then shipping is very cheap. Case fan or so

  • +1 vote

    No way, I've been eying this off to try and copy this guys retro sleeper pc build

    • +2 votes

      That's pretty cool

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      Anti-RGB build. Nice!

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    Well I would like to see the offer but can't get past their stupid robot challenge!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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      Same here, tried more than 10 times already, seems mwave dont like me today.

    • +1 vote

      I got that too. Though I got past it. Then I got high shipping costs.

    • +3 votes

      I am sooooo damn sick of captchas, fire hydrants, bicycles, mountains, bridges, boats… had to stop using google. I use StartPage now with a couple of ublock element filter now.

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      Another robot taken off the streets, good job captcha!

  • +3 votes

    be quiet! god

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      Shut up! 😂

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        ozbargain is nothing like it's been, with the be quiet! parties of the past

        goddamit

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    I love products from these guys. Changed my PC gaming experience

  • +2 votes

    I have 801, changing to 802 now because thermals are terrible unless you take front panel off.

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      Bingo, these cases are being disposed with because the thermal design is terrible. There's better silent cases out there, and usually it's fine to just get low noise components and put them in a mesh airflow case.

      If you're after low noise, you don't skimp on the extra $100-$200 and ensure it's a thermally competent experience. You're not getting a quiet PC at load unless you create a well-designed custom loop or manage to build an adequate fanless setup.

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        have you got some recommendations for a great silent case (or mesh case)?

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          Coolermaster H500 is nice, comes with two 200 mm fans for intake and a 120mm exhaust for around $120-$150. You would need another 200 mm or some 140's for extra exhaust. I have my setup about 1m from me and I'm super noise conscience with entirely noctua fans apart from the 200mm fans supplied in the H500 and it's quiet. Obviously under load the fans really start to whirl up but that's a compromise for good cooling.

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            @lew380: Sounds great, thanks for the input, I am running crazy poker sims that consume my whole threadripper for hours at max speed, but then also stream on twitch so if I could some how get cooling AND quiet would be awesome!

            It seems like things stay cool now but it's pretty rowdy even just streaming.

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              @GoogleFroogle: I like 200mm fans, even at 800 rpms they are still really not that loud, for a ton of airflow, need a bigger case to fit dual 200mm fans. Your biggest problem will be the cpu cooler in noise generation. I'm not sure about the thread ripper and don't use any water so not sure how that would limit you!

      • +1 vote

        There's better silent cases out there

        Not really. Gamers Nexus rates this as the quietest case they've tested.

        The problem is that normal sized silent cases all have terrible thermals. If you plan to use your computer for demanding tasks such as gaming airflow cases are far quieter for the same temperature levels.

        If you want a quiet PC better to get airflow case. Then put as many 120mm or larger Noctua (or equivalent noise vs performance) fans into it as possible.

        Mix up the fan types and/or set the fans to different speeds.

        Having as many fans as possible means they all spin slower for the same temps. Mixing up speeds and types means they don't all make the same noise which we perceive as louder.

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          Better is a subjective term, where in this case I was referring to thermal performance, but I take your point about my wording.

  • +3 votes

    Free shipping doesn't apply as apparently the 601 (and I assume the other cases are close) is 28.23kg in cubic weight … the orders "up to 20kg" isn't scale weight

  • +2 votes

    when it says 3.5 slots (scope fo delivery) = 3 means that it comes with 3 HDD bays and we can add more cage like this?
    https://www.mwave.com.au/product/be-quiet-singlebay-hdd-cage...

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      I'm also interested, as I am considering this case for a diy nas server.

  • +1 vote

    Pure Base make great cases at a fraction of the price of Fractal (who I still prefer).

    Pure Base 600 is an absolute bargain for what you get. Quality build and silent with built in fan controller. Just do not use the front headphone jack. It will break guaranteed lol. Use the rear jack on your mobo or sound card.

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      Just do not use the front headphone jack. It will break guaranteed lol.

      Ah, just like the Fractals. A true, faithful reproduction.

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    $55 delivery, yikes dawg

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      Add a antec case fan. Shipping for 20..