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As per normal we are going to start by looking at the packaging. First, I would like to say big kudos to Nanoxia for going with full colour packaging with this chassis. Whilst this is going to cost more money to produce than the illustrated brown boxes we see a lot of, it certainly is a lot more pleasing to the eye. At the top of the box we have a banner containing the Nanoxia logo as well as the model of the Chassis. In the middle of the box we have a large photo of the chassis, which shows off its minimalist looks well. To the right of the photo we have 6 yellow boxes which contain the key features of this chassis. From the top they are, Soundproofing, Low Temperatures, 2x 120mm Silent Fans, Watercooling Ready, 2x Built in Fan Controllers and Modular HDD Cages. Lastly, the banner at the bottom features the Nanoxia corporate slogan, “Turn on German engineering.”

On the back of the box we have the same basic layout that we saw on the front, with the Nanoxia and Deep Silence 4 branding along the top and the company slogan along the bottom. This time the main feature of the box is the six illustrated pictures which show the built in fan controllers, the decoupling Power supply and HDD brackets as well as the case feet, also that the chassis becomes water cooling ready after the removal of the HDD cages and finally there is a picture detailing the noise insulation. There are also two photos which are not annotated but show the internal space for graphics cards, with and without the HDD racks included. The second image then gives a general overview of the IO on the front of the chassis.

Both sides of the box feature images of the chassis itself. Below we can see that Nanoxia have given us an image of the side panel and the bottom panel being removed. This primarily shows us the vast amount of storage solutions and space that this chassis has to offer. The image on the opposite side of the box is the same as that which adorns the front of the box.

Upon opening the box, we can see that the case is covered in a clear polythene bag, mainly to prevent any build up of dust during transit, as well as any minor scratches occurring to the chassis. The foam itself is sturdy, if a little brittle, but during transit this should keep the case firmly in place and absorb any impacts it may encounter. Lastly, the cardboard used to construct the box is of a good quality and is strong and rigid, again aiding in preventing any damage to the chassis during transit.

Now we have had a good look at the packaging of the chassis, lets get a look at the actual chassis itself.


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