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SilentiumPC Ventum VT2 – budget case with high airflow potential

Behind the brand SilentiumPC hides a manufacturer of PC hardware which was founded in 2007 in Warsaw, Poland. The company puts the main focus in the development of your products on the cheapest possible, but still well equipped components with a solid workmanship. The focus is mainly on cases and cooling products such as CPU coolers, fans and AiO water cooling systems.

Without much advance notice SilentiumPC introduced the new case series Ventum VT2 at the end of November. As the name already suggests, the focus of this midi tower is mainly on a high airflow. In addition, the case series should convince with a low price. Depending on the variant, this lies between 35 and 55 €. SilentiumPC offers the Ventum VT2 in four different versions (VT2, VT2 TG, VT2 TG ARGB, VT2 EVO ARGB). In this review we take a look at the cheapest version without tempered glass and RGB.

Technical Details

Model: SilentiumPC Ventum VT2
Case type: ATX
Dimensions: 211 mm (W) x 441 mm (H) x 374 mm (D)
Weight: 3.45 kg
Material: steel, plastic
Color: black
Front connectors 2x USB 3.0 Type-A, 1x headphone/ microphone
Drive bays: 1x 3,5″/ 2,5″ (internal)
2x 2,5″ (internal)
Extension slots: 7x horizontal
Form factors: ATX, mATX, ITX
Ventilation: front: 3x 120 mm or 2x 140 mm
rear: 1x 120 mm
Cover: 2x 120 mm
Radiators: front: 1x 360 mm or 1x 280 mm or 1x 240 mm
rear: 1x 120 mm
Cover: 1x 240 mm
Max. CPU cooler height: 159 mm
Max. graphic card length: 290 mm
Max. power supply unit length: 180 mm/ 230 mm (without HDD cage)
Place for cable management: 25-28 mm
Price: 35€
Specials: dust filter, cable management

Scope of delivery

As usual with SilentiumPC, the Ventum VT2 also comes in an unobtrusively designed cardboard box. This is printed mainly brown and partly black. In addition to a picture of the case, numerous technical data are printed on the sides. Inside the cardboard box, the VT2 is wrapped in normal styrofoam and a plastic film. The included accessories are located in a small plastic bag behind the mainboard tray. It contains all screws necessary for mounting, an attachment for screwing in standoffs, a handful of cable ties, a mainboard speaker, four metal PCI slot covers and a short assembly instruction with pictures. For a budget case this is a solid scope.

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Simon Lüthje

I am co-founder of this blog and am very interested in everything that has to do with technology, but I also like to play games. I was born in Hamburg, but now I live in Berlin.

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