The Spanish brand NOX is possibly, as far as chassis is concerned, the best known outside our borders. Innovation in them is always constant and is something that users always appreciate as it encourages competition and makes them acquire better hardware and especially at a good price. Proof of this is what they have presented today, their latest chassis: Nox Infinity Sigma RGB.
The Infinity range is surprising in terms of quality / price, although it falls within a range of prices where competition is voracious, it is no less true that especially in our borders it is having a good reception.
This Nox Infinity Sigma RGB is a mid-tower chassis with large finishes and quite complete ventilation options. Trying from the outside in, we find a smooth front that houses in its top and also front, two USB 2.0 ports, two USB 3.0 ports, connection for microphone and headphones, a button to control the front panel RGB lighting and another one to control the speed of the fans (thanks to an internal controller).
The front has been designed to maintain a sober but elegant touch, based on consonance with the rest of the chassis in straight lines and as a perfect complement they have added two RGB LED strips that run their sides from top to bottom.
It inherits from the Infinity series a panel of tempered glass that gives it an aesthetic touch and superior quality. Once inside, we can easily cool any component we have in our system, thanks to the inclusion of support for up to 6 fans in total.
The cooling of the components and their ventilation pass through up to 3 fans of 120 mm in the front or 2 of 140 mm, two fans of 120 mm or two of 140 mm in the upper panel (with filter dustproof magnetic), in addition to the rear fan of 120 mm with RGB Rainbow included in the rear panel.
The options of radiators are more limited, we can only install a radiator of 240 or 280 mm on the front, while on the rear panel allows rads of 120 mm or 140 mm.
The storage passes two 3.5 “HDD on the bottom and two 2.5” drives vertical panel on the front of the chassis. The features are completed with a cover for the PSU that extends along the chassis, improving the aesthetics to be able to hide the cables, while its large internal size will allow an order and improved cable arrangement, so that the flow inside of the chassis is the most optimal.