Nanoxia CoolForce 2 Review

Nanoxia CoolForce 2 Review

Introduction

Having looked at pretty much all of the Deep Silence range from Nanoxia we thought we’d have a gander at their latest case.  The CoolForce 2 forms part of the CoolForce range, or at least we think it will, as at present it’s a little lonely on the Nanoxia product page being the only case to bear the CoolForce title.  Take a look at the DeepSilence range though and you get a fair idea that there may well be a few more CoolForce models coming soon to keep it company.  Future models aside, the CoolForce 2 is a mid tower case measuring 430x200x475 (HxWxD) and is intended, say Nanoxia, as an entry level water cooling case.  A quick look at the spec below indicates that they appear to be on the right track, with many features that should endear it to the budding water cooler.  We can’t though help by being intrigued by what a Moduwand is.  Maybe Harry Potter has started getting into the modding scene?  Who knows.

 

Technical Specification 

Type  Mid Tower 
Form Factor  ATX, XL-ATX, M-ATX, M-ITX 
Dimensnion  430x200x475mm (HxWxD)
Material  Steel and Plastic
Weight  9.9kg 
5.25″  2 
2.5″  6 
3.5″  4 
Cooling

 Front:        2x140mm included, 2x120mm optional

 Rear:         1x140mm included, 1x120mm optional

 Roof:         3x120mm/140mm optional

 Base:         1x124mm/140mm optional

 Moduwand:  2x120mm/140mm optional

Max CPU cooler height  185mm
Max GPU length  300mm (430mm with Moduwand removed)