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be quiet! Pure Base 500 Window Black: Review

Pure Base 500

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be quiet! Pure Base 500 Window Black: Review IMG 3704Having an extremely quiet PC doesn’t have to be difficult. It all starts with choosing the right case for the job.  be quiet! has been manufacturing some of the best cases on the market that help keep your computer as quiet as possible.  The pure Base 500 by be quiet! is a budget-friendly ATX case that has the same insulation mats that you see on some of the other quiet cases out on the market.  In addition to providing a great price-performance ratio, the Pure Base 500 is highly customizable and ready to be used with water-cooling loops and support radiators up to 360mm.  To show off your internal components a windowed version of Pure Base 500 could be used that offers a 4mm thick tempered glass panel.

 

 

 

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Review Sample Provided By: be quiet!
Product Name and Website: Pure Base 500
Product was given in exchange for work to produce review.

Model Pure Base 500 Window Black
PSU form factor ATX PS/2
Motherboard compatibility ATX / M-ATX / Mini-ITX
Case size excl. stands (L x W x H), (mm) 450 x 232 x 443
Installation of motherboards with backplate Yes
Case size incl. stands (L x W x H), (mm) 450 x 232 x 463
Dimensions side panel window (L x W), (mm)
400 x 431.3
Color option Black
Weight (kg) 7.53
USB 2.0 N/A
USB 3.2 Gen. 1 2
USB 3.2 Gen. 2 Type C N/A
HD Audio I/O Mic + Audio
Expansion slots 7
Fan mounting locations 6
Qi charger / Quick Charging Option N/A

The be quiet! Pure Base 500 is being shipped in a recycled shipping box which has all the information needed about the case inside. The Pure Base 500 comes in two configurations, with window and without. My sample today is of the Pure Base 500 Window version. The window version of Pure Base 500 features 4 mm tempered glass on the left side of the case.

 

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The case itself is packaged in the plastic bag which is supported by white foam. We see this standard shipping method in most cases we review. This works well as shipping companies throw and damage outer boxes all the time.

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Alex Lusakhpuryan

Alex has been part of the media scene for about 15 years now. As a Sr IT Systems Engineer by day and media reviewer by night, Alex brings his expertise in networking and storage aspects of the technology as well as in overall knowledge of the latest technologies.

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