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Installation into the latest entrée from Nanoxia was nothing short of a dream; I had absolutely no problems whatsoever during installation. It is worth noting that this case has a ton of room for manoeuvre inside and as you can see, I have a full size ATX overclocking motherboard installed, R9 285 from Sapphire and the new thick rad Cooler Master 120XL AIO cooler installed into the case and there is probably room for another set of everything! The 600w Silverstone Strider Plus power supply looks dwarfed but as you can see, the Deep Silence 6 Rev.B has an insane amount of cable management options going on and behind the motherboard tray, there is plenty of room to hide cables; not as much room behind the panel as the Corsair 900D but more than enough or any server or enthusiast system

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Nanoxia Deep Silence 6 RevB 17

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So we have seen the exterior, the interior and a full ATX build look absolutely dwarfed inside but how does the Deep Silence 6 Rev.B do thermally? To make comparisons fair, I installed the same set of hardware into the DS6 Rev.B, the Corsair 900D and the Cooler Master HAF Stacker 935 to give a fair comparison. Let’s see how she did….


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