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Inter-Tech F-762 Silencer – Damped Midi Tower reviewed

Conclusion of the Inter-Tech F-762 Silencer Review

Now we come to the connection of this review. The F-762 Silencer from Inter-Tech is a typical silent case. No glass and no RGB, but two insulated side panels, a closed and insulated lid and a closed front. In addition, there is a lot of space in the interior and compatibility for long graphics cards and an AiO water cooling system.

But the silent features also have a negative effect. Due to the absence of any pre-installed fans and the virtually non-existent ventilation slots in the front, it gets very hot inside, and depending on the hardware. Thus, the F-762 is definitely unsuitable as a housing for high-end hardware. In addition to this large deficit, there is also the sometimes quite low material thickness and the questionable design of the I/O panel connectors (which is currently being reworked by the manufacturer).

At least on paper the Inter-Tech F-762 Silencer has promised a lot. A standard case but only lined with damping mats is only half the battle. Due to the missing airflow the F-762 disqualifies itself for many systems. Additional fan openings in the front would have been a MUST and definitely feasible. For an office system the Inter-Tech F-762 Silencer would be conceivable, but for a gaming system you should use a different case.

 

Inter-Tech F-762 Silencer

Workmanship
Structure
Features
Damping
Cooling
Value for Money

Low cost midi tower with insulation and plenty of space, but significant weaknesses in airflow.

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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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