Cooler Master Sileo Mid Tower Black Case with Cooler Master 500W PSU RC-500-KKP3-GP
Cooler Master Sileo Black Mid Tower Case with Built in Sound proofing with Cooler Master 500W PSU
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The Sileo 500 has installed sound proofing sound reduction material in 4 direction top, bottom, two sides of the chassis, anti-vibration pads in detachable HDD trays to absorb vibration and reduce noise, plus a comfort rare noise reduction pads for power supply. Besides Sileo 500 also has the tool-free technology for quick maintenance and upgrade.
Sileo 500 create an absolute quiet environment, suitable for working office and study room.
Features • Sound-proof design for a quiet computing experience
• Subtle ventilation holes located between side and front panels
• Easy access front I/O panel with support for e-SATA
• 5.25" and 3.5" tool-free design for easy installation and upgrade
• Aluminum bezel with Elegant design
• Detachable anti-vibration HDD pads for noise reduction
• Stylish front LED
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- 12 months
- Return to base
- DOA Period:
- 28 days
- RTB Period:
- 12 months
Date Issued: 6th Jul 2011
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