Nanoxia Deep Silence 1 Mid-Tower Case ReviewFri, Nov 02, 2012 - 12:00 AM
Deep Silence 1 Packaging
When it comes to packaging, Nanoxia, happens to have one of the busiest ones I have seen in a long time. On the front of the box being used to package up the Deep Silence 1 chassis, Nanoxia gives us and 3/4 front view of the chassis while also giving us some general features of this chassis.
Rotating the packaging 90° to the right brings us to a side panel that gives us some general specifications of the Deep Silence 1. Now both side panels of the box, are identical.
Turning the box to the backside reveals that Nanoxia goes a bit more into details about some of the more important features this chassis is fully capable of supporting.
Once we open up the box we can see for the most part Nanoxia follows a pretty standard way of packing up the Deep Silence 1 chassis that we have seen from previous chassis manufacturers; with one exception instead of leaving top and bottom of the chassis exposed, Nanoxia uses another Styrofoam insert to ensure that this chassis is well protected.
I went ahead and removed the included accessories from inside of the chassis and laid them out to show you what gets included, these chassis accessories were inside of a black box. What we get included are as follows:
- 5.25” floppy drive cover
- EPS CPU power extension cable
- An Instruction Manual
- 4 solid Water cooling covers, 2 small and 2 large
- Motherboard standoffs
- Motherboard screws
- Wire ties
- 3.5/2.5 HDD/SSD screws
- Various other chassis screws
What the Deep Silence 1 Mid-Tower chassis looks like once it has been removed from the confines of its packaging.