I've recently purchased the Be Quiet! Silent Base 800 case to replace my Fractal Design Define S. I'm a bit of a chassis ***** so I bought this simply for a change in style, there is literally NOTHING wrong with the Define S. :) This PC is used for gaming/streaming mostly. I've reviewed all of my hardware on my other completed builds, so if you're curious you may check those out. This build is focused on the SB800 as a chassis.
Pros: - Solid Build Quality - Supports high-end components as well as multiple radiators - Easy to build in, roomy interior - Provided fans move plenty of air for a high-end build while remaining practically noiseless - Case comes with noise-dampening material that make it silent at idle and barely audible under full load (7 Total Fans) - Modular in most ways, drive cages are removable and movable, 5.25" bay is NOT
Cons: - Cable management isn't exactly easy with a high-end system, ONLY A HANDFUL OF CABLE TIE DOWN POINTS, BE AWARE. - This case's exterior is a fingerprint magnet, I wipe it off daily with a microfiber cloth and some cleaner - Would be better with a tempered glass side panel ;)
TL;DR: Excellent chassis. Worth the heavy price point. Small things a first-time case maker needs to revise, but they did an excellent job on this case. Be Quiet! maintained there name with this one, silent, gorgeous computing.
Leave any questions about the chassis below :)