Nanoxia didn't really bother adding side-windows or mesh fronts or anything too sophisticated to the Deep Silence PC case, so the Deep Silence 2 ended up possessing other assets.
The sheer size is the first and most important trait. Measuring 468 x 207 x 588 mm / 18.42 x 8.14 x 23.14 inches (height x width x depth), it can fit everything up to E-ATX motherboards, very long graphics cards and large power supplies, not to mention big CPU coolers.
Three 5.25-inch drive bays are accessible through the front, while seven 3.5-inch bays lie on the inside of the case.
Several fans are included with the purchase too, and some more can be added later on, assuming buyers decide to spend the extra money.
All in all, Nanoxia's Deep Silence 2 is the sort of case that people in need of a monstrously powerful system, maybe involving a dual-socket motherboard, might want to consider buying once it starts shipping, at the end of December 2012. No price is known, sadly.