Be quiet! Released The SILENT BASE 802 Chassis packed with USB 3.2 Type-c
by Rustam Iqbal
Occasionally, brands take the most demanding and popular article and release it to the market with new designs and specs. The German hardware manufacturer of be quiet! Has a widespread reputation in the technology industry. They unwrap their latest and more advanced chassis, THE SILENT BASE 802, to improve and enhance the popularity of its current silent base 801.
The company added a remarkable front panel with focused airflow and others for silent in 802 editions. Be quiet! Also, give it a new appearance, and structure it with a single USB 3.2 G2 Type-C connector on the roof panel. The product is available in both black and white versions to provide a color choice. It has a similar frame and a similar set of features of its 801 counterparts but is introduced with an interchangeable front and top panel. Due to this, the users have the option to change the dynamic of the system.
It has three fans located on the front and the backside. The dust filters are also included in the front along with three Pure wings 2 140 mm fans, two in the show, and one preinstalled in the back to keep away the dust. Its best part is its expense of airflow, and it can opt for better cooling performance, which makes the system works better and in the long run. It has all-in-one water cooling. Some of its essential and attractive features are its screw-less side panels.
It also has the option to go for a tinted or tempered glass window, which gives them a refined look. It also includes a PSU shroud, which keeps the system looking tidy, neat, and clean. It has the power to install a 420 mm radiator in the front for a high-class custom water cooling loops. The user can install up to a 360 mm radiator, along with the removable fan bracket for quick and easy installation. It has a sufficient space of motherboards up to E-ATX, and the dimensions of the product are 539 × 2457 mm (L × W × H).
There are totals of nine expansion slots, seven for the motherboard, and two are to mount graphics card in a horizontal way along with the PCIe riser cable; that is available separately at an additional cost. One of the significant additions to this product is the USB 3.2 G2 Type-C port, for which the company is thankful for the expense of a Type-A port on the 801 models. It offers two 3.5 mm audio jacks for the front panel audio and two USB 3.2 G1 Type-A ports, with great power buttons, a small reset button, and, most importantly, the fan controller.
The availability of the is quiet! Silent Base 802 is announced to be at the end of November with an MSRP of $160 for the non-version, and $170 with tempered glass side panel. The black and white versions will be of the same prices there will be no difference in the prices on the color basis, which is a fantastic offer for the customers because white hardware usually comes with a premium price. When the 802 was released, be quite! Being said for phasing out the 801 silent base model.