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AZZA Silentium 920 Quiet Case Review

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Closer look at the interior

The inside of the case has a nice black painted coating. The inside does look very spacious and well organized.

The Silentium motherboard tray contains a larger than normal CPU cut-out and wide opening for routing cables to the rear of the motherboard tray. No need for MB standoffs is the case provides raised bumps for this purpose.

All four 5.25” bays are tool-less.

The installation of a 3.5” is also tool-less as the drive clicks into place using little tabs. 2.5” drives will have to be screwed into the plastic tray. And there are a total of five. There is a lone single 3.5” bay as well.

The rear of the case is fitted with vented slot covers.

The reason the second vented area on the bottom has no dust filter is because it is blocked by the sound dampening material.

Shoots of the sound dampening material around the case.