Well you receive two slide in trays which can be used to mount the two 3.5" or 2.5" storage units you want in dual-boot.
Here the left side panel that sits behind the motherboard tray. Again sound dampening insulation with a gap behind the motherboard tray cutout.
And here we see some gear / components installed.
As you can see, fairly large graphics cards will fit, for the very long ones you can simply remove the upper drive cage to create space, even then only one would fit though.
The new Silencio 650 mid-tower chassis has cool and clean looks alright. Non intrusive, and very low noise levels. Once powered up you can hardly hear the chassis. The noise dampening filters certainly do a good job. The noisiest would be the graphics card, but for that there are many alternatives available as well in terms of after-market cooling or a silent graphics card of course. That's it for the photo-shoot. We hope you have a decent impression of the chassis and what you can and can't do with it ... let's move onwards to the conclusion.
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