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The introduction of high quality PC cases with lots of features, spacious interiors and designs to match the above from the top manufacturers such as Lian-Li, Corsair, Cooler Master, Thermaltake and Silverstone is something that all of us more or less expect from companies that have been around the block for many years and pretty much know what consumers want. However what is least expected by everyone is when a brand new manufacturer emerges and manages almost with no delay to design and manufacture a PC Case that can rival those manufactured by the leaders in the field. Nanoxia is not really new since they've been around for quite a few years manufacturing top notch fans and fan controllers but it wasn't until a few months back that they started the design and manufacture of PC cases such as the Deep Silence 1 we reviewed a while back. Well it seems that they are here to stay so after the very successful test run of their Deep Silence 1 Midi Tower PC Case they released the Deep Silence 2.
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.
When i first saw pictures of the Deep Silence 2 Midi Tower i really thought that Nanoxia took the first version, added a few features (after listening to the community) and launched it back into the market. However that's not really the case and so although lighter than the Deep Silence 1 the Deep Silence 2 is actually larger and offers more interior space for even the largest hardware components which translates to very long graphics cards (up to 345mm) and tall CPU Coolers (165mm). And that's not all since the Deep Silence 2 comes ready with a plethora of features including interior space for an 240mm radiator, room for up to 8 120/140mm fans, excellent noise insulation, tool-free design and plenty of space for cable management. Seeing is believing and so let's take a closer look to the latest Deep Silence 2 Midi Tower.