The aesthetic design of the Deep Silence 2 is fairly minimalistic and is pretty similar to that of the Deep Silence 2. The front panel of the case consists of two separate brushed aluminium panels.
The top panel swings open to reveal three 5.25” drive bays, alongside two fan controllers and the reset button.
Opening the bottom door reveals two 120 mm intake fans which suck cool air into the front of the chassis.
There is a small flap on the top of the case which pops up to reveal the front panel connectors. From left to right we find two USB2.0 ports, two USB3.0 connectors and headphone and microphone jacks.
Moving further back on the top panel, there are twin 120 / 140 mm fan vents which aren’t populated out of the box. These are hidden below a panel which can be raised or lowered depending on whether you have fans installed or not. This helps to reduce noise when there aren’t fans installed here.
There isn’t anything particularly interesting round the back of the case. The layout follows the standards set by most modern cases, with the PSU bracket located at the bottom with eight expansion slots and a 120 mm exhaust fan.