Wednesday, October 17th 2012

Nanoxia Deep Silence 2 (DS2) Case Pictured

Following the launch of Deep Silence 1 (DS1), which has been extensively reviewed over the past week, German company Nanoxia has a newer model on the way, the Deep Silence 2 (DS2). Like its sibling, the DS2 is a case designed keeping silence in mind, and is packed with noise-absorbing material along most of its panels. An ATX mid-tower, the DS2 has room for EATX, ATX, micro-ATX, and mini-ITX motherboards. Its storage area include three 5.25-inch drive bays behind a door, and seven 3.5-inch/2.5-inch drive trays. Unlike with the DS1, the drive cage doesn't split into two detachable cages. Ventilation in the Nanoxia DS2 includes two 120 mm front intakes, and a 120 mm rear exhaust. More details are awaited.

Source: Cowcotland
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7 Comments on Nanoxia Deep Silence 2 (DS2) Case Pictured

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Vancha
I understand new companies usually need to start with something safe, but it would've been nice to see at least a little imagination.
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FreedomEclipse
~Technological Technocrat~
by: Vancha
I understand new companies usually need to start with something safe, but it would've been nice to see at least a little imagination.
Usually when a child says 'imagination' they usuall end up drawing a car thats armed and equipped with the most devastating amount of firepower no one has ever seen even on the game 'Twisted Metal'

Would you like a PC case that fires lasers, missiles and projectiles from 4 30mm cannons with the most un-aerodynamic chassis/body that soars though the sky faster and stealthier then any F22 raptor with more than enough power left in reserve to literally move the universe to a new location???

Unfortunately they have never told me what powers the engines but the kids tell me its a secret.

I put it down to the fact that it runs on imagination.
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Vancha
by: FreedomEclipse
Would you like a PC case that fires lasers, missiles and projectiles from 4 30mm cannons with the most un-aerodynamic chassis/body that soars though the sky faster and stealthier then any F22 raptor with more than enough power left in reserve to literally move the universe to a new location???
Yes please.
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Irony
by: FreedomEclipse


Would you like a PC case that fires lasers, missiles and projectiles from 4 30mm cannons with the most un-aerodynamic chassis/body that soars though the sky faster and stealthier then any F22 raptor with more than enough power left in reserve to literally move the universe to a new location???
I've been wanting one since before I thought winnie the pooh was cool.


Most silent cases are rather bland; don't know why. Maybe they're expecting anyone who wants extreme silence to be an ocd minimalist?
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#6
t77snapshot
Looks like a nice little silent server case!
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#7
THE_EGG
At first glance when I saw the picture, I thought this was a new varient of a Fractal Design 'R' series case. But I was wrong :(

Manufacturers really need to come up with some new designs. Or at least change the looks of the case.
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