Nanoxia Deep Silence 8 Pro Review - Heavy, Functional, and Silent 10

Nanoxia Deep Silence 8 Pro Review - Heavy, Functional, and Silent

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Introduction

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I would like to thank Nanoxia for supplying the review sample.


We may have not heard from Nanoxia in a while, but that does not mean that they were not working on new products. With our last review dating back a whooping five years, the excitement was great when we received the Nanoxia Deep Silence 8 Pro to see if their latest product can keep up with the modern times and offer quality, storage, and silence at a competitive price. With the Pro variant only costing around 10% more than the noticeably less capable basic version, things look promising, so let's dive right in.

Specifications

Nanoxia Deep Silence 8 Pro
Case Type:Mid-Tower
Material:Steel and plastic
Weight:N/A
Slots:8+2
Drive Bays:1x External 5.25"
8x Internal 2.5/3.5"
2x Internal 2.5"
Motherboard
Form Factors:
ATX / Micro-ATX / ITX
Dimensions:232 x 480 x 475 mm
Front Door/Cover:Sound dampening on door
Front Fans:3x 120 / 2x 140 mm (2 x 140 mm fans pre-installed)
Rear Fans:1x 120 or 140 mm (1 x 140 mm fan pre-installed)
Top Fans:N/A)
Bottom Fans:N/A
Side Fans:N/A
I/O:1x USB 3.1 Type-C
2x USB 3.0
2x USB 2.0
1x Headphone
1x Microphone
Fan/LED Controller:N/A
Compatibility:CPU Cooler: 180 mm
GPU: 450 mm (without front HDD cage)
PSU: N/A

Packaging


Nanoxia ships the Deep Silence 8 Pro in a black and brown cardboard box with no images of the enclosure itself. Instead, the case model is prominently printed on the larger sides, with specification tables on the smaller panels. Carrying holes allow for easy transportation.


Foam spacers and a plastic bag protect the Deep Silence 8 Pro from fingerprints and scratches, and as you can see, our sample arrived all in one piece.

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