Xilence Interceptor Pro


Interior – Top part



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When unscrewing and sliding the top off, one is left with countless options, like installing a massive quad 120mm fan radiator.


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But heck, you can put another triple 120mm fan radiator right below that!


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The top compartment cable management isn’t great, but typically the system up there should require less air flow. If you don’t install a system but for example watercooling, it’s easy to chuck those cables away.


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Hard drive installation is made easy, pull the lever, pull out the caddy, screw the hard disk in and put in the caddy. This allows easy hot-swapping.


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The back panel of the hard disk bays is powered by a single MOLEX and allows for two SATA drivers to transfer data.

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Last modified: March 29, 2012

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5 Responses to :
Xilence Interceptor Pro

  1. Brechan says:

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

    1. Albert Vogd says:

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

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

  2. 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

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