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Nanoxia Deep Silence 4 (DS4) Mini-Tower Chassis Review

By: Chad Sebring | Mid-Tower Cases in Cases, Cooling & PSU | Posted: Feb 12, 2014 10:02 pm
TweakTown Rating: 91%Manufacturer: Nanoxia

Nanoxia Deep Silence 4 Mini-Tower Chassis




The front of the chassis is matte in its finish; this one of course is white, and it is broken up into two sections. The lower part blocks off the front fan, and allows ventilation through the sides. The top section then covers the bays and other goodies.




Behind that top section is a layer of foam to grab any sound that may come through the bays. To the left, the Nanoxia name is impressed into the bezel, and below the bays there is a reset button and two fan control switches.




Above that door, as the top meets the front bezel, we find the front I/O panel. There are 3.5mm jacks to the left, a power button surrounded with a LED backlit ring, and two USB 3.0 ports and a single USB 2.0 port to the right.




The rest of the roof is mostly an expanse of steel; that is until you near the back of the chassis. There you will find a mesh area with a panel screwed into place to block chassis noise. If you plan to use a 120mm or 140mm fan here, that panel will need removed, and it will raise the noise level of this chassis.




The left side of the chassis offers a matte white side panel with no real styling or anything to attract the eye. However, the front edge offers a spot to get your finger into to open the top panel. Further down is the side ventilation that allows the 120mm fan in the front to draw air in, while redirecting and cancelling noise.




The back of the Deep Silence 4 offers a pair of holes at the top for external water cooling support above the rear I/O and exhaust fan. At the bottom, there are four mesh expansion slot covers, and a large hole for the PSU to fill in just a bit.




The right side of the Deep Silence 4 is a mirror image of the left side of the chassis. Again, nothing special to look at, and no door bump out to be seen. However, we do have more of that venting on the side of the bezel, which offers much more intake flow.




Under the chassis, we find really small plastic feet with rubber pads applied. It does afford a stable footing, but they do seem tiny. There is also a dust filter for the PSU at the left, and various holes drilled in the floor to allow you to attach things there.

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