Since the introduction of our first PC-case, the Deep Silence 1 in the autumn of 2012, our products have been honored with more than 150 awards by trade magazines and reviewers from all over the world. Thanks to their modular design our PC cases are perfectly suited for water cooling systems. Consequentially we began to offer a selected, continuously growing range of high quality accessories for dedicated water cooling enthusiast under the label CoolForce.
It should not come as a surprise that Nanoxia is building up on its already existing line of the silent PC cases which were introduced in the market under the tag of “Deep Silence”. Subsequent to the great feedback received from the market as well as the customer reviews, the decision to carry on with this line extension was fairly wise.
Nanoxia is best known for their quiet PC case, but up until now they only offered larger tower case. At Computex they are showing an unnamed mini-ITX case. This is no surprise as mini-ITX systems have become extremely popular over the past year. Nanoxia says this case is designed for both air and water cooling solutions.
Nanoxia was a company I had not heard of up until recently. We were introduced to them at CES this year as they provided cases for Swiftech’s demo systems. The German company was founded in 2006 and has been making some great cooling fans and other smaller PC accessories. This past year they introduced their first case, the Deep Silence 1. These were what I saw at CES and I was rather impressed. Now I have one to review and I am excited to spend some real time with the case. The Nanoxia Deep Silence 1 is a mid tower that if you can guess by the name is made for silence. It has sound dampening material throughout, three of Nanoxia’s Deep Silence fans, room for up to 8 hard drives, dual fan controller and USB 3.0 support. Can this case compete against other silent cases out there? Let’s find out!