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Nanoxia Deep Silence 5 Mid-Tower Case Review

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Posted March 18, 2014 by Vinny Petronio in Cases & PSU

Overview

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Price at time of Review: $139.99 USD
 

WHAT WE LIKED:

Quiet, Big, Well Built, Water cooling ready, Modular HDD cages, On board fan controller, Easy to work in maintain, Quiet fans, Window version, Available in two colors , USB 3.0,Filters on all intake areas, Steel HDD trays, external 3.5 tray,
 

WHAT WE DISLIKED:

Not enough room up top for for standard size rad only slimline, Need to include more tie down areas, and a bit more room between MB tray and right side door for better cable management, front bezel is hard to remove, Heavy
 
BOTTOM LINE:
The excellent build quality and innovative features of the Nanoxia Deep Silence 5 are a fantastic purchase at $139.99 USD.
by Vinny Petronio
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Introduction:

Nanoxia Deep Silence cases are well known in Europe and designed for both cool and quiet performance. Today will be looking at the Deep Silence 5 Mid-Tower chassis. This innovative case is part of a new line of future products, whose objective is to offer the perfect symbiosis of ideal system cooling and sensationally low noise levels in one package. The focus was always on two requirements: minimize noise and minimize system temperatures. It is also designed especially for the use in high-end PC- and gaming systems.

The side panels and roof are fitted with specially designed, noise reducing insulation materials to help minimize and absorb any noises. The solid front doors also use sound absorbing materials that contribute significantly to the most effective noise reduction achieved by Nanoxia. Also responsible for the quietness of the case are the three pre-installed Nanoxia fans of the brand new DS-Series. This most recent Nanoxia fan-series features a new impeller design, optimized for the best possible mix of silence and cooling capacity. Read on to see what else the Nanoxia Deep Silence 5 may have to offer.

 

Our Thanks goes out to Nanoxia for providing us with the review sample.

The idea for Nanoxia was developed in 2006 when a German engineering team sat down to develop fans that would meet the highest standards. The new fans have been presented to the press for the first time during Cebit in March 2007. In addition to their distinctive design, the revolutionary fans were notable for their high quality. Over the years, several fan-series as well as other components – such as cooling water additives and thermal compounds – were offered. The main products, however, remain high quality fans, vibration dampers and the to this day unsurpassed PWMX fan controller. A dedicated and experienced team has begun to build on the success of the legendary fan-series with new, innovative products. At first, the FX Evo fan-series was released in early 2012 and shortly thereafter a whole new line of premium sleeved cables came out. As a new mile stone was reached after years of development, when during Computex 2012 the brand new Nanoxia Deep Silence case series was introduced to the world. 

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