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Cooler Master SL600M Review



Will this departure from traditional case design really deliver the ultimate hybrid of Work/Play?


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this is the one case in the past year or so thats actually got my attention (and got me back on here). Good job Coolermaster!
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It would be interesting to see how much you could pack in that thing. Could you actually get a pair of 360 rads in there, and have room for other stuff? I like the idea of breaking away from 'traditional' layouts, and this looks interesting.
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Old 31-10-18, 02:54 AM
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It would be interesting to see how much you could pack in that thing. Could you actually get a pair of 360 rads in there, and have room for other stuff? I like the idea of breaking away from 'traditional' layouts, and this looks interesting.
It is not like they are inventing something new. This layout exists for a long time. InWin, and Jonsbo have it for years. HexGear did it. Siverstone has it since the beginning of time. CoolerMaster marketing department is pushing it hard like it is something new, but it isn't. In recent years we had few good cases, and metric tons of bad ones, all based on the same "mainstream" design. Actually i think it is really poorly implemented. They could have done it much better.
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It is not like they are inventing something new. This layout exists for a long time. InWin, and Jonsbo have it for years. HexGear did it. Siverstone has it since the beginning of time. CoolerMaster marketing department is pushing it hard like it is something new, but it isn't. In recent years we had few good cases, and metric tons of bad ones, all based on the same "mainstream" design. Actually i think it is really poorly implemented. They could have done it much better.
Yeah agreed. My layout comment was more in reference to the PSU placement and cover. I'm not too struck on it now. Dimitri from Hardware Canucks gave it a good ripping, and pointed out a ton of flaws. Not to mention the thermals are only acceptable with the GPU set up with the PCIE extension, which DOESN'T come with the case. It's sold SEPARATELY. For a case at that price point, that sucks. With the GPU in a standard position, the whole thermal chimney goes right out the window and the temps are not good. For a company calling themselves Cooler Master, that's kinda funny.
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I really don't know what is happening with with case industry. If you look in each segment of the market, apart from Meshify C every single case has at least one massive flaw.
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