Nanoxia Deep Silence 5 Rev B. Review


Published by Luca Rocchi on 27.02.15
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Conclusion

General   + -
The Nanoxia Deep Silence 5 is a well though, big-tower PC case which puts a lot of attention to the noise insulation features. At this point the engineers have really been thinking about how to reduce noise as efficiently as possible. Furthermore, we also liked the two removable hard drive cages as well as the modular solutions in general. There is even a small fan controller to which you can attach up to six fans.  

- Price - Fan controller - Design
- Noise insulation
- Huge bundle

 
       
Manufacturing quality / Ergonomics   + -
Overall, the build quality is on a very good level. Nanoxia didn't make the mistake to go for a super thin side panels in order to save weight. They used solid metal sheets which are paired up with noise isolation material which ended in a stable and reasonably stiff panels. Furthermore, hardware installation is quite simple and straightforward. We also appreciated the fact that there are several holes in the motherboard tray to route cables to the backside of the board. Nanoxia decided to make the case a bit wider, therefore, the cables, which have been routed to the backside, can be easily placed there.  

- High quality materials
- Rubber groomets
- Internal space

       
Design / Layout   + -
As far as the design is concerned, we think that nobody could ever say something negative about the Deep Silence 5, mainly because it features a simple look, and has no strange details nor aesthetic flaws. It is a simple case, with an elegant look that could fit in any kind of environment. Despite the classy and elegant design, the Deep Silence 5 features a very good aircooling setup and is also able to accomodate high-end liquid cooling systems. If you are a fan of water cooling setup perhaps with custom loop this model could be good for you since it is able to accommodate dual fan radiators in various setup. Thanks to the modular cage solution you can also install fat radiators or with fans in push-pull. The only small flaw is regarding the PSU area since the space available isn't that much and if you are building an extreme high-end rig this aspect could be a problem. We know that you can remove the last HDD cage in order to get more space, but if you are building a system, which features lots of hard drives you want to use that cage too.   - Design
- 2 pre-installed fans - Dust filters - Aircooling / Watercooling
- PSU area could be improved
       
Recommendation   + -
The Deep Silence 5 from Nanoxia is a case we can definitely recommend. If you're looking for a big-tower PC case with pre-installed acoustic insulation material as well as silent fans and a fan controller, this is a great choice. With this case it is really easy to build a silent rig. The Nanoxia Deep Silence 5 is available on PC-Cooling for 124.90 Euro excluding shipping costs and it's available also in White and Antracite color options.  

- Silent-PC
- Gaming-PC
- Enthusiast build
- Desktop PC
- HTPC
- File Server
- E-ATX

 

 
Rating
The Nanoxia Deep Silence 5 Rev B. gets good 5 out of 5 stars.
 




Page 1 - Introduction Page 5 - Installation
Page 2 - Preview Page 6 - Ventilation options
Page 3 - Bundle Page 7 - Conclusion
Page 4 - Product overview  




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