Nanoxia Deep Silence 1 review -
Product Showcase Interior
Before I forget, the optical drives can be mounted without requiring tools. A total of three external 5.25"drive bays are available. A 5.25 inch to 3.5 inch adaptor is included to use for example a card reader. Again flick the latch and they come out easily.
Moving down we see that there are two fans located in the lower segment. Again, flick on a latch and they pop out for you to clean. Three Nanoxia Deep Silence fans are preinstalled in the case. Behind the front cover, two 120 mm fans rotate at a maximum of 1,300 RPM. These two fans are located in swiveling brackets which allow for simple removal of the fans and easy access to the serial dust filters.
I over exposed the photo here a little but again look at the details, the front bezel has been equipped with sound dampening materials was well. So the front of the case is equipped with two dampened doors. BTW these doors are easy to open and close as there are magnets integrated in the doors.
Internals then. First impression, that's enough room to work in for a mid sized tower, like what we see. If you have extremely an lengthy graphics cards then that HDD cages are removable. Once removed you can even seat a 445 mm graphics card.
Motherboards wise the chassis will support Mini-ITX, mATX and ATX form factors. And check out the all black design, that looks good, including cables and connectors. The USB 3.0 connector and fan extension cables would have been better looking in black as well though.
We review the Nanoxia Deep Silence 1 chassis. We test the standard black with its great looks and sound dampened version.