Nanoxia announces their Project-S Silver chassis

Nanoxia announces their Project-S Silver chassis

Nanoxia announces their Project-S Silver chassis

Nanoxia announces their Project-S Silver chassis


Nanoxia announced their Project-S Silver chassis, which us a chassis that operates on their "drawer principle" which allows its users to easily upgrade their motherboard, GPU and other internal components with ease.   

The front panel of this chassis will be available in Silver and Black, with the silver variant already being available for purchase. This chassis will support up to a 360mm radiator on the side of this chassis as well as mounts for two 3.5" drives beside the PSU and three 2.5" drives behind the front of the chassis.   


  Nanoxia announces their Project-S Silver chassisNanoxia announces their Project-S Silver chassis    


At the front of this case, the Nanoxia Project-S will have an RGB illuminated LED bar and power button. This case is designed to act as both an HTPC style chassis and a mid tower, being able to stand on both its side and base. 

This chassis is designed to accommodate full ATX sized components, including extra high GPUs and CPU cooler designs. This case comes with a tempered glass window to allow this cases user to easily see their internal components. 

Nanoxia announces their Project-S Silver chassis

This chassis comes with the MSRP of €249.99, which includes VAT. Right now the Silver model of this case is available for purchase, with an all black version coming in November.


You can join the discussion on the Nanoxia Project-S Silver chassis on the OC3D Forums. 


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Most Recent Comments

29-09-2016, 07:36:12

Oh these look very nice Quote

29-09-2016, 07:56:07


Can't see anything to justify that price. Quote

29-09-2016, 11:33:03

There should be a version that does not include the exterior shroud, at a lower price. If the bearings were standard size for drawer rails, that would be awesome to build this into a piece of casework!Quote

29-09-2016, 12:19:51

It looks fantastic. But not $250 fantastic. 90% of enthusiast cases are less than that. There's no incentive.Quote

20-10-2016, 14:39:51

Originally Posted by GrahamC View Post

Can't see anything to justify that price.

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