NZXT Whisper Classic Series Case ReviewMakaveli - November 24, 2008
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The NZXT Whisper is officially my personal favorite full tower ATX case. The case has no decals or words printed on the exterior of it which I think makes the case look very clean. The front panel of the case opens up to reveal the optical drives and it is held shut by magnets so it isn't bound to break. This could be a problem for any users with accessories such as temperature readouts that have knobs protruding from the unit because you won’t be able to close the door. Externally, the case is nice but what really seals the deal is the interior of the case. What an amazing layout! First of all, every panel is padded with sound dampening material so when the case is on, you can barely hear anything at all. I could only hear the slight whirring of my extremely loud aftermarket CPU cooler. Also, the hard drives and power supply sit on rubber feet to eliminate the vibration sounds when they are on. Speaking of hard drives, there are nine bays for hard drives in this case! You’ll also be able to fit up to seven optical drives. I was worried about the cooling abilities of this case due to the anti-sound material but after testing it, we can see that it cools at about average temperatures. Heat was definitely not an issue here. Overall, if you’re looking for a full tower ATX case that is dead silent, the NZXT Whisper is the only solution. NZXT took every precaution to ensure that this case is as quiet as can be and all of their hard work paid off with this beautiful case.
- Interior Layout
- Average Cooling
- Aftermarket Accessories such as Fan Controllers might be an issue with the door.