NZXT’s Hush is a mid-sized tower with a fair bit of cooling ability and some serious noise reduction features.  That made it a good case for those able to fit their systems into a mid-tower, but leaves those looking for the extra space provided by a full tower.  Enter the Whisper, a full tower E-ATX version with the same noise reduction features and cooling.  OCIA has the same complaint that I personally noticed on the Hush, for a quiet case they’ve included some rather noisy 120mm fans.  That is an easy problem to fix, thankfully.  Read on for the full scoop.

“Like the NZXT Hush did for mid-tower owners, the Whisper looks to do for those who want a bit more room in their case. With seven external 5¼” bays available and a whopping nine internal 3½” drive trays, the Whisper would make for an excellent server case or a high-end workstation with a need for lots of storage capacity. And all the features like solid panels backed with acoustical foam, rubber isolators for the power supply and hard drives and quiet running fans included, you would expect to make this a nearly noise-free enclosure.”

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