Building our test system inside the Silent Base 800 was super easy, there’s lots of space for out hardware and there were certainly no issues with compatibility. Actually, I couldn’t have put a second GPU the same as our massive 270X in without moving the hard drive bay, but that’s not a fault, just a personal choice on this build.
The top GPU has a vast amount of clearance, giving you lots of room for airflow from any front mounted cooling.
Cable management is doing a great job, with grommets all present in the places you’re going to need them. the split fin design also means the whole grommet doesn’t get pulled out of shape by each cable.
There’s loads of room in the bottom that can be used for cooling or storing excess cables.
Lots of space from the PSU to the GPU, as well as between the GPU and the side panel window, so airflow shouldn’t be an issue, even for multi-GPU configurations.
Cable routing holes above the motherboard help prevent cables trailing across the board. There’s plenty of space from the motherboard to the rear mount also, which means you should have no issues with AIO cooler installation.
All panels back in place and the Silent Base 600 is certainly a fantastic looking chassis and it shows off the interior build really well, without compromising on acoustic performance as many gaming chassis often do.