Regarded as one of the highest thermal performing cases for graphics cards, the MasterCase SL600M accomplished unprecedented benchmarks. Engineering and technology within the SL600M transformed the belief that cooling must follow front-to-back airflow conventions. With dual 200mm fans mounted on the bottom, airflow travels upward—assisting the natural rise of heat—to keep performance intact while also keeping system configurations as quiet as possible. Elegantly designed and intuitively engineered, the MasterCase SL600M enables components to run proficiently for work, for play, and for everything in between.
The top and front panels are anodized aluminum, sand-blasted for a smooth finish. Three separate pieces make up the exterior, completing its aesthetics for a contrasting display of bare aluminum and glass.
Fresh, cool air is taken from the bottom of the case, assisting the natural rise of hot air out of the top of the case for proficient thermal performance.
Since the path of airflow is from bottom to top, the front and rear panels of the case act as a shield against noise. From the front, noise is shielded from escaping toward the user, while the rear panel prevents noise from bouncing off neighboring walls, minimizing acoustics.
Noise is further reduced by large, low RPM fans in comparison to smaller, conventional fans. With efficient case cooling, there is an increased potential for system fans to operate quieter in turn. For maximized noise reduction, the dual 200mm fans can be set to their lowest RPM setting via the I/O Panel.