• NOX Myth Case Review
  • NOX Myth Case Review

    Author: Joe
    Published: February 19th, 2009 12:51 PM
    Category: Cases,Reviews
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main NOX Myth Case Review

Introduction

NOX is a relatively new company that focus on mainly producing cases and PSUs. Today, we have one of their enclosures to put to the test but will it be able to compete with the big boys already on the market that are known to be top notch when it comes to cooling and performance. The case certainly looks the part with a unique front panel design and innovative features. Well there’s only one way to find out how good it really is, let’s begin.

About

“NOX is a young brand formed by a young team of experienced professionals in the IT industry. All of our products are specifically conceived to offer great performance, very attractive designs at unbeatable price levels. We have stock available of most of our products in our logistic center in Malaga (SPAIN), and extended distribution network across Europe.

NOX have a very complete range of products in several categories (PC Cases, PSUs, and Coolers) and very soon we will be able to offer many other products (Ultra Silent Fans, CPU Coolers, etc.).”

Features

  • Power and Reset, 4 x USB + Audio + Mic
  • Airflow Vent on top
  • 230mm Black Top Fan
  • 120mm Black Rear Fan
  • Cable Mounting Holes behind the Motherboard
  • Interface Bracket with Airflow Vent
  • Water Cooling Pipe Vent
  • 120/140mm Bottom Fan (optional)
  • Anti-vibration Rubber for PSU Support
  • Power Supply Position (bottom)
  • Fan Speed Control Switch
  • HDD Anti-vibration Sponge
  • HDD Cage for 4 Disks
  • Non-sliding rubber feet

Specification

Chassis size type: Mid tower
MB form factor: ATX; Micro ATX
Exposed drive bays: up to 5x 5.25”; 1x 3.5”
Hidden drive bays: 4x 3.5”
Cooling system: Front (intake): 1x 140mm Blue LED

Side (intake): 1x 230mm Blue LED

Rear (exhaust): 1x 120mm

Top (exhaust): 1x 230mm

Bottom: 1x 120/140mm (optional/non included)

Expansion slots: 7
Material: Structure: Japanese SECC

Front Panel: Plastics

Front door: Aluminium

Dimensions: 475 (H) x 205 (L) x 520 (D) mm

500 (H) x 205 (L) x 520 (D) mm (with feet)

Color options: Black
Front panel ports: 4x USB 2.0; 1x Mic; 1x Audio
Extra features: - Panel for cable mouting behind MB

- Water Cooling ready

- Anti-vibration rubber support for PSU

- Anti vibration material in HD drives

- Anti-slippery rubber feet

- Air vent on top

- Speed control for the rear fan

- Front panel with Blue LED stripe


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