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Cooler Master introduces two housings
Cooler Master has released its latest enclosures in Europe. The Silencio 352 is a smaller successor introduced last year Silencio 450. The CM 690 III was released in Europe and is the latest case in the popular 690 series.
The Cooler Master Silencio 352 is first mATX housing in the series silent Silencio enclosures. The housing is, like the other cabinets in the series, with sound-absorbing material in the side panels and the rear door. Behind that door is room for two 120mm fans or a 240mm radiator, shielded with a particle filter. There is room for a mATX motherboard, four SSDs, three regular hard drives and video cards to 355 millimeters. The supplied cooling consists of two 120mm XtraFlo-fans. Can an extra front and a big time fan be installed optionally.
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The front of the Silencio 352 is equipped with two USB 3.0 and one USB 2.0 cooler, two audio ports and a card reader. A single 5.25 “bay is behind the door approachable. The Silencio 352 will be available from the end of August and then cost 55 euros.
The new CM 690, version III again, from late August is also available in European countries and will cost 90 euros. The CM 690 III is a midtower with space for 240mm-water coolers at the front and top. On the back is space for a 120mm radiator. A total of nine fans, three 200mm copies are installed. On top, two 140mm fans or a 200mm fan be installed the same configuration in the side and behind the front panel mounted. The front panel can also accommodate a 180mm fan on the back and on the bottom plate and the hdd cage can be even 120mm fans mounted.
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It holds seven 3.5 “drives and three 5.25” drives in the enclosure. The seven 3.5 “drive bays are also for 2,5” in turn drives, and there may be a further three SSDs behind the motherboard tray on the bottom plate and below the optical drive cage can be screwed. Two USB 3.0 ports, two USB 2.0 ports and audio jacks are accessible. Using the front panelViewing:-101
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