Cooler Master sticks with the typical colour scheme on the Sileo 500 packaging that matches a lot of previously released products from Cooler Master. Recognition is the key when you need your product off the shelves; there should be no issues realizing who makes the Sileo 500.
The right side continues the pink/purple on white coloration. Cooler Master really doesn't show much else on this panel other than the specifics of what this box includes.
Turning the box around 180°, we get to see some of the features I already covered. There's screw-less drive rails for easy assembly, a foam lined interior and an overall nice looking chassis, just to cover a few.
This side has the list of specifications, so you know exactly what you are getting. Below that is a sticker that indicates the optional equipment included with the chassis. There are a few PSU choices and also it seems a windowed option. This sample comes with the 500W PSU choice and does not have a window.
Cutting the tape on the bottom and lifting off the box leaves me with this. Cooler Master used styrofoam end caps and a plastic bag to protect the Sileo 500 during its journey through the "grinder" that is our shipping system.
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