Reviews Nanoxia Project S Mini Review

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  1. bit-tech

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  2. David

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    The cooling performance data is missing :happy:

    Still, it looks pretty good. Not sure about the glass though, but I have a couple of sheets of black anodised alu, so I'd make a new lid and sit my monitor on it; if it could accommodate a more substantial cooler.
     
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    Cheers - added now
     
  4. 23RO_UK

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    When you have such good cases as the Fractal Design Node 202, Phanteks Enthoo Evolv Shift Mini-ITX, Silverstone Raven RVZ01/02's to name but a few all costing less (some much less) - I fail to see how they can justify that sort of price tag for what is in point of fact an inferior product.
     
  5. d_stilgar

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    This is so close to being the perfect niche product. If they just adjusted the dimensions so it was a 3U case that fit in a standard server rack, I'd buy this in an instant. Sell optional server mounting rails and I'm sure there'd be a decent market of people (like me), who want a 3U chassis that can hold standard GPUs.

    Right now the only solution is to get something like the Fractal Node 202 or Silverstone FTZ01 and just stick it on a server shelf. This has the drawer pull-out feature that would mean I could actually work on the system while in the rack. With a little cable loom I could even get away with not unplugging anything.

    Maybe we can convince them to make a v.2 of this with these small dimensional tweaks.
     
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    Interesting for sure, but it lacks good cooling-options. You can't even fit a 120mm AIO watercooler in there allthough it's that big.
     
  7. Ice Tea

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    I'm fedup with large towers and wouldn't mind a ITX desktop but the lack of space for a cooler is annoying.
     
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