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SilentiumPC Announces the Aquarius M60W Chassis

SilentiumPC Announces the Aquarius M60W Pure Black Chassis - PR

SilentiumPC Announces the Aquarius M60W Pure Black Chassis

SilentiumPC Announces the Aquarius M60W Pure Black Chassis

 

Following the success of the original Aquarius concept, SilentiumPC decided to present a bit smaller model, the new Aquarius M60W. This understated chassis is all about minimalism and build quality. Targeted at hi-end workstations or gaming PCs it's made from incredibly rigid 0.8 mm steel and features a large side window for showing off the components.

Like it's bigger sibling the Aquarius M60W also offers extensive support for both AIO and custom watercooling systems. Up to three radiators can be installed including a whopping 360 mm variant in the front. Simplified internal layout improves airflow and aesthetics of the complete system. Specially formed cover next to the motherboard tray instantly hides all the cables making cable management easier than ever. Another metal cover on the bottom separates the PSU and HDDs from the rest of the components.

 

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Extra width allows the Aquarius M60W to accommodate CPU coolers up to 175mm high and graphics cards up to 410 mm long. It also offers space for up to five SSD/HDD drives (3 × 3.5" and 2 × 2.5") as well as two 5.25" drive bays which are completely removable if required.

 

SilentiumPC Announces the Aquarius M60W Pure Black Chassis  SilentiumPC Announces the Aquarius M60W Pure Black Chassis  

 

Superior airflow is ensured straight out of the box with 3 × 140mm pre-installed fans. Additional two 120/140mm ones can be installed up top. All the fans are connected through a 5-port hub to a front-mounted 3-step controller which allows setting airflow-noise level just right. Easy to remove and clean dust filters seal the front, top and bottom openings.

Highlights:

  • - Minimalistic exterior and interior design
  • - High quality construction with 0.8 mm steel
  • - Simplified interior layout for greater airflow and stealth look
  • - Enhanced cable management options with internal cable cover
  • - Bottom chamber cover for PSU & HDDs
  • - Extensive AIO & custom water cooling support
  • - Supports graphics cards up to 410 mm long and CPU coolers up to 175 mm high
  • - 3 × 140 mm fans pre-installed, total up to 5 × fans & fan controller included
  • - Large window side panel

 

You can join the discussion on SilentiumPC's Aquarius M60W Chassis on the OC3D Forums

 

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Most Recent Comments

21-09-2015, 14:04:12

RickPlaysWarr
Not liking it at all. Looks like a cheap version of an NZXT H440 or Fractal Design Define R5 with the front panel of a Corsair 450D. I realize that you can say this about quite a few cases. I don't think this one has any thing that would make me want to switch from the H440Quote

21-09-2015, 16:45:30

Davva2004
Why are so many cases converging on an identical design? Seeing a few too many black boxes with plain fronts, PSU covers and cable covers on the market now.

This one looks like the love child of the Define S and the H440.Quote

21-09-2015, 17:02:11

Ephruz
I want to see how much this costs.

I didn't like the S340s large side panel window, as I feel it forces me to fill it with a rad to satisfy what I would want my build to look like. Air coolers look so weird in it since you have this empty void in the front. Also, you have to buy intake fans to ensure airflow and longevity. All these things increase cost of ownership.

It comes with 3 140mm fans, but if it costs more than, say, a Fractal Arc Midi that also comes with 3, this has less drive bays and Fractal's cases have satisfactory airflow even with the drives in place.

If the build quality is as good at .8mm steel implies, I think this case defeats the Corsair 450D unless you don't trust SilentiumPC, the price of the 450D goes down or you stick to brands.Quote
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