[section_title title=Introduction]Introduction

When Cooler Master was founded its main mission was to provide the industry with the best thermal solutions possible. For over 2 decades now Cooler Master has held up their end of the bargain by also focusing on customer satisfaction, speed and of course, innovation. Since their beginning they have branched out and now offer a vast amount of products inside their lineup which includes the likes of cases, coolers, power supplies, accessories and mobile communications. They also have a gaming range “CM  STORM” which handles their products designed for gaming which also include, cases, accessories, peripheral and some audio products.

Today I will be taking a look at one of their newest products from their case lineup in the way of the way Silencio 652S. This being the ‘S’ version it comes equipped with their all new Silencio FP 120 and is said to deliver whisper-quiet performance. The Silencioa 652S can accommodate 120/240 rads in the front, top and back of the case. As far as hard drives go there is room for 9 x 3.5″ drives or 10 x 2.5″ drives which should be enough for most users.

Before we get started let’s see what Cooler Master has to say out the Silencio 652S:
Equipped with Cooler Master’s all-new Silencio FP 120 fans, the Silencio 652S delivers uncompromising, whisper-quiet performance. Silencio FP 120 fans feature specially designed blades that allow both extremely quiet operation and high air pressure. Consuming less power than typical case fans (0.6W, 12V, 0.05A) and featuring IP6X dust resistance, Silencio FP 120 boast a staggering 160,000 hour lifespan, making Silencio 652S extremely quiet and highly durable. Besides the inclusion of Silencio FP 120 fans, Silencio 652S features support for 120/240mm water cooling systems with removable covers on the top and side panels. A large interior ensures ample space for the latest high-end graphics cards and CPU coolers, while adjustable HDD/SSD trays provide support for up to 9 HDDs or 10 SSDs. Maintenance is a breeze with multiple dust filters throughout the chassis (top, bottom, front, side).


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