Arctic Cooling is probably most well known for CPU and VGA coolers but a few years ago they started branching out into cases. The concept behind AC’s case range has always been silent but effective cooling and this philosophy also extends to the PSU’s that are bundled with each chassis. Today we are reviewing one of the newest additions to the Silentium range, the T3.
Packaging and Bundle
The box used for this product is packed with information, in fact the model name and branding are stuck away in the corner and full attention is drawn to the case picture and description. This is hugely helpful for consumers as it gives a thorough outline of the products features, far better than garish branding or arty photography used by some other manufacturers.
Inside the box the case is protected by Polystyrene and bundled with the case are the following items:
– Air Hoods
- Drive Bay Rails
- Hard Drive Muffler Items
- Hard Drive Heatsink and Thermal Tape
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