I would like to thank NOX for supplying the case for review.
NOX XTREME is a relatively new brand that focuses on producing premodded cases that aren't overly expensive. The NOX XTREME case that I will be taking a look at today is an all aluminum design. The Moonlight is a standard ATX case that sports three 120mm fans along with plenty drive bays. This NOX XTREME chassis is aimed at gamers looking for an affordable LAN box to put their hardware in.
One of the things that make the Moonlight case so special is the sleek black paint job. Besides a decent paint job the Moonlight's exterior is very detailed and has a lot of small pieces that makes it look quite unique. It's clear that NOX has put a lot of effort into producing a great looking case, but is its internal construction as neat as the exterior?
|Color||Silver / Black|
|Drive Bays||5 x exposed 5.25 inch,|
2 x exposed 3.5, 3 x internal 3.5 inch
|Form Factor||ATX / Micro ATX|
|Expansion Slots||7 standard slots|
|Case Fans||Front: One 120 mm silent fan equipped,|
Rear: One blue 120 mm side panel fan, and one 120 mm rear exhaust fan
|Dimensions||200 x 450 x 430mm (W x H x D)|
|Front I/O||Two USB 2.0 / One IEEE 1394 / HD audio|