| This week it’s all about Computex 2013. We have a booth there to show you a range of fantastic new products. For all of you not attending the trade fair, we will be sending out press releases every day until Saturday to keep you informed about what we have in stock for you!Let’s begin with the Deep Silence 6 big tower. The gigantic case offers you enormous space for your most demanding projects. The HPTX-tower is fully soundproofed, prepared for water cooling systems, and it’s full of awesome features.
The Deep Silence 6 is the first case ever to make use of the improved “Active” Air Chimney. The special feature of this revised version is the active support of the case ventilation.
By simply opening the Air Chimney, the pre-installed 140 mm fans are started automatically. When you close the Chimney, the fans are deactivated again. You may install up to three fans under the top-cover and connect them to the Active Air Chimney.
Like every Nanoxia Deep Silence case, this server-capable tower is water cooling ready. In the steel top, we included special offset mounting points for 360/280 mm radiators. You can easily install very thick radiators (e.g. 45 or 60 mm) without interfering with motherboards components.
A specially designed Mounting Bracket on the HDD cage can be used to mount another 240/280 or 120/140 mm radiator, which can then be equipped with up to four 140 mm fans. Or you can install two 120/140 mm fans here to improve the case ventilation.
Included are a total of five Nanoxia Deep Silence 140 mm fans, which can be operated using the 2-channel fan controller. The tower can accommodate HPTX motherboards and thirteen hard disk drives. By purchasing additional HDD-cages, you can further improve the data storage capacity of the Deep Silence 6. The included 3-bay cage can be installed in different positions for maximum compatibility.
Many more features are included, like the retractable I/O-panel with 4 x USB 3.0, 2 x USB 2.0 and audio-ports or the “Easy Access” fan trays in the front.
Stay tuned for more stuff tomorrow…