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Nanoxia Outs its Deep Silence 4 Micro-ATX Enclosure

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Nanoxia has revealed its new compact and silent PC enclosure.

Nanoxia has announced a new enclosure, its Deep Silence 4. This is a Micro-ATX enclosure targeted at system builders who want compact yet silent PCs. Despite its size, it still has support for relatively high-end components.

The case supports up to Micro-ATX motherboards, along with graphics cards up to 395 mm in length and as many as six 2.5" / 3.5" drives. The drive cages are modular and removable, which is needed for installing longer graphics cards. The case also has support for two optical drives. In its entirety, the case measures 380 x 200 x 480 mm, and weighs 7.8 kg because it's made primarily of steel.

Built into the case is also a two-channel fan controller which, in the stock configuration, is wired up to the two pre-installed 120 mm fans. Further front I/O is handled by a pair of USB 3.0 ports, one USB 2.0 port, and HD audio connectors.

The case will be available in three different colors, where black and anthracite will cost €72.99, and white will cost €74.99.

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    ta152h , November 21, 2013 12:11 AM
    Wow, this is really news worthy. A rectangular PC case. How rare. How interesting. How today.
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    kenyee , November 21, 2013 6:11 AM
    looks close to the Fractal Define Mini I have sitting next to me...

    Where are photos of the interior? :-P
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    kyle382 , November 21, 2013 8:46 AM
    wow 18.9 inches at its largest....thats pretty huge for how "compact" its meant to be lol.
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    RazberyBandit , November 21, 2013 10:04 AM
    @kenyee And that's because Nanoxia's cases are basically clones -- a very common practice since most brands purchase case designs from the same OEMs. The Deep Silence 2 is a nearly perfect copy of the Define R4. The defining difference was Nanoxia's choice to use two 120mm front fans, which allowed its case to have three 5-1/4" bays, versus the Define R4's two 140mm fans and two 5-1/4" bays.