Be Quiet! Announces Silent Base 600 Case Series

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Be Quiet! Announces Silent Base 600 Case Series

Be Quiet! Announces Silent Base 600 Case Series

 

Be quiet!, the market leader in PC power supplies in Germany for nine consecutive years*, extends its successful case series with the Silent Base 600, offering a more compact version of its silent debut case. In the new model, the manufacturer implements all known features of its larger counterpart. The Silent Base 600 offers excellent cooling performance with whisper-quiet operation and represents an alternative case solution for low-noise, high-end systems.

As with the Silent Base 800, be quiet! opted for an innovative design for its new case model, inspired by the motto "Form Follows Function". This means the new model combines excellent cooling efficiency with perfect air circulation, which ensures a whisper-quiet operation. The basis for this is a pair of pre-installed, decoupled Pure Wings 2 fans. These quietly transport the air out of the case with their nine airflow-optimized fan blades. Thanks to its integrated 3-step fan controller, users can adjust the ratio of noise production to cooling performance by themselves. The 3-in-1 air vent on the side panel can be used to adjust the air circulation as needed. The Silent Base 600 case includes mounting points for five additional fans and can accommodate third-party water cooling solutions.

 

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The front and side panels are equipped with insulation mats. The combination of high-quality steel and the U-shaped edges on the side panels form a stable and robust construction. Since the hard drives and the power supply are decoupled from the housing, they will not cause any unwanted vibrations.

 

Be Quiet! Announces Silent Base 600 Case Series  

Generous space, easy handling and Window option

Despite its smaller dimensions of 495 x 230 x 493 millimeters (L x W x H) in comparison to its larger sister model, the Silent Base 600 provides a spacious interior and enough room for current and future high-end components. The HDD cage can be installed at different positions according to user's requirements, in order to accommodate graphics cards of up to 413 millimeters. It's possible to install CPU coolers with a maximum height of 170 millimeters. The air intake filters on the front, bottom and side panels can easily be removed and cleaned.

be quiet! allows professional cable management, creating an attractive appearance and tidy interior thanks to its generous pass-throughs at the appropriate positions in conjunction with silicon rubber grommets. This is particularly important for those who opt for a Silent Base 600 with the well-known, double-glazed and therefore extremely sound-absorbing side window.

The be quiet! Silent Base 600 is commercially available now at a suggested retail price of €109.90 / $109.90 / £79 in three colors: Orange, Black, and Silver. The Silent Base 600 Window is offered in these same colors at an MSRP of €124.90 / $119.90 / £94. be quiet! offers a three-year warranty on the case.

 

You can join the discussion on Be Quiet's Silent base 600 Case on the OC3D Forums

 

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07-10-2015, 01:39:42

jimma47
Just a heads up - The news page for this links to the new AMD Zen article comments.

Overall I don't mind this. It's not cutting edge on trend etc (It has ODD bays etc) but hey a lot of people still use them for drives, BayRes or fan controllers or even as a nice hidden place for storing things out of sight.

Love the orange highlights on the drive caddy and the grommets. Would love to see a lime green or light blue option for those. It's a good size window and non-offensive looking case overall so yeah - would be happy to have one on my desk.

$159 AUD puts it fair between the Fractal Define S and NZXT H440 money and for an air cooled case it's going to be pretty quiet.

Not sure about radiator support but looks like most 240 AIO's should mount easy enough in the roof - depending on clearance. Hopefully the drive caddy can be moved backwards slightly to allow for a front mount rad AIO or Rad.

Not bad. Have to find a review or two now Quote

07-10-2015, 06:04:08

RizeAllard
It seems to be a good and quality case. I just have one fear with it. I think you could have problems with the installation of watercooling radiators as theres no too much room for them, according to the pictures I already saw.

I hope I'm not right but we will see when the first reviews will be online.Quote

07-10-2015, 07:03:33

jimma47
Quote:
Originally Posted by RizeAllard View Post
It seems to be a good and quality case. I just have one fear with it. I think you could have problems with the installation of watercooling radiators as theres no too much room for them, according to the pictures I already saw.

I hope I'm not right but we will see when the first reviews will be online.
I found one on a local stores website and it says 240mm in the roof or 120 in the front. Which is strange because there are 2x140 fan mounts in both locations.

Maybe with a little modding it would fit.Quote

07-10-2015, 12:05:14

HK-Axal
Not too keen on the orange inside but it looks like it could be a pretty decent case, for £79 doesn't seem to bad of a price point either. Going to have to see the reviews once they come out.Quote
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