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Tuesday, 22 July 2014 09:39

Aerocool Dead Silence reviewed

Written by Sanjin Rados


Review: Cube design makes it special

UPDATE (25th July 14:00 CET): Aerocool has informed us that it has decided to replace the fans on the Dead Silence chassis. The new fans are quieter and the company says they are practically inaudible. 


Aerocool is well known for its gamer cases with aggressive styling. However, the Dead Silence chassis offers consumers a new choice, an elegant, cube form for the home or office.

The Dead Silence enclosure measures 411mm x 265mm x 381mm (H x W x L) and it can accommodate micro ATX and mini ITX motherboards. As far as other components go, there is room for practically anything you can imagine, including a 240mm water cooling system, oversized CPU coolers and the longest graphics cards on the market. Not bad for a compact design.


We reviewed a white sample, but Aerocool is offering the Dead Silence chassis in six different colours. On top of that each version is available with an optional, transparent side panel.


The price ranges between €60 and €70 depending on the colour and the choice of side panel. We received both the standard and transparent side panel with our samples, but consumers will have to choose one.

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