Xilence Black Hornet Case Review

Cases & PSU/Cases by leeghoofd @ 2012-03-04

Xilence is a new player in the case market since 2011. Hence one of the reasons their lineup is limited to just 3 cases at the moment. The Black Hornet is the little brother of the acclaimed Interceptor range. Yet the features seem pretty interesting: what about a dual hot swappable HDD, a top HDD docking station and spare room for a dual radiator in the top? Seems to good to be true for the price of 87 euros. And all this inside a midi tower case? Can't wait to unpack it !

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Xilence Technology Co., Ltd. was founded in 2003 and is a German-Chinese manufacturer of components for cooling and noise reduction in PCs. The range of products consists of cases, power supply units, case fans, notebook coolers, CPU-, HHD-, GPU-, RAM- and Northbridge-coolers. The main mission is to create affordable, low noise and low power consuming products.


The box consists of a classy black and white design. Highlighting the main features of the Black Hornet Midi Tower case on the back side.






The case design immediately rings a bell. The Black Hornet seems from the same design team, that created the Enermax Hoplite case. Slight alterations to the front panel can be directly spotted at first glance. Instead of multiple doors we have now have one big front door panel.





The black and red theme is a real eyecatcher. Making a dull black case look very professional. Let's take a closer look on the front panel before we continue with the other features. Two USB 3.0 ports, one eSATA port, two audio jacks and the comon power and reset button. The front panel is easily removable and sports the front 140mm fan.


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