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Xilence Interceptor Pro

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Introduction

Xilence is a company that focuses on high-end, silent computer components. Their product portfolio ranges from RAM and HDD-coolers up to high-end cases. You’ll be seeing a bunch of reviews on Xilence products coming your way in the coming weeks, but I thought it would be nice to start you off with a case that can hold tremendous amounts of watercooling, or even a separate mITX-system!

This is the Xilence Interceptor Pro. The biggest and ‘bestest’ of the Xilence cases. Big brother of the Interceptor and Black Hornet. Are you ready?

What does Xilence tell us about the Interceptor Pro?

The Interceptor PRO from Xilence represents an HPTX case of the very best quality. Its modular construction gives you the choice: You can decide if you would like to build a high end model with an extreme cooling system, or whether you would like to set up a space for both, your home media server and high end gaming system.

Specifications

Material & Size:

Case material/thickness: SECC 0.6 & 0.8mm
Front panel material: ABS
Dimensions: 230mm x 605mm x 780mm

Drive / expansion slots:

6x 5.25″ exposed
4x 2.5″ SSD/SATA-HDD (with hot swap tray)
8x 2.5″ or 3.5″ SATA-HDD (with hot swap tray)
2x 3.5″ HDD internal (hidden)
10x PCI

Fans:

Back:1x 140mm
Front: 2x 120mm
Side: 2x 120mm or 2x140mm or 1x 230mm (optional)
Top: 4x 120mm or 3x 140mm or 2x 230mm (optional)

Front I/O:

Top case: 2x USB 2.0 + HD audio + Reset + Power
Main case: 1xUSB 3.0 + 2xUSB 2.0 + HD audio +Reset + Power

 

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  • Brechan

    No offense to Xilence, but this case looks exactly like the AZZA Fusion 4000.
    Could be we’ll have lawsuits over this one?

    • Albert Vogd

      Hah! I never saw this. Thanks for the heads-up!

      I think Xilence simply paid for the rights to put their name on it.

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  • http://www.innuendo-eu.co.uk Scott Pritchard

    I think it’s merely a case that Xilence have the ability to ship in Europe, while i’ve personally never heard of Azza here in the UK (before i heard about that case of course), so it’s possible it’s simply a US sister-company