It is sort of funny how case designs from many different companies tend to arrive in groups of cases of similar form factors, features, or improvements over the average offerings; there is always this connection between three or four cases. Let me take that a step further: What would happen if you took a lot of what we found in the NZXT H440, with its pure white goodness and a high level of attention paid to soundproofing and reducing the cases environmental impact, and crossed it with the compact, yet well laid out design of the much smaller Fractal Design Mini R2? Well, thinking about that for a moment sort of leads you to what we are about to see today.
Now, this chassis does not have to be white, it does ship in black as well as anthracite (dark grey). Ours however, was shipped in white. Then, take that attention to noise proofing a chassis. While NZXT does a great job, so does Nanoxia, as their previous cases to hit the lab for testing have shown us in the past.
However, this chassis, like the Fractal Design offering, is a compact chassis to use with Mini-ITX or Micro-ATX motherboards only. Again, an offering to a growing niche in the gaming segment, but also think along the lines of small and quiet office system as well. With the simplicity and straightforward lines found in this design, it could fit right in anywhere.
With really nice offerings in both silence and a good layout inside of such small confines, we have a sharp eye out on Nanoxia and their newest Deep Silence 4 chassis that we are looking at today. Unless they have done something wrong, we already know it is a given that this chassis should be dead silent, but what happens once we add a full air cooling build in here, move some things around, and see just how well this chassis holds up through our testing?
Stick around, and I really think you will be pleased with what Nanoxia has brought forward this time.