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Fractal Design unveils new Define S PC case

by on22 April 2015

With a new and innovative internal layout

Fractal Design has unveiled its latest Define S PC case, designed to offer enthusiast-oriented features and a silent case without compromising airflow or cooling capabilities.

The Fractal Design Define S PC case will be available in two versions, with and without a windowed side panel, and in a single black color scheme. With 233x451x520mm dimensions and support for ATX, micro-ATX and mini-ITX motherboards, the Define S is far from a small PC case and comes with seven PCI expansion slots, support for up to three 3.5-inch and two 2.5-inch drives, up to 300mm long ATX PSUs, up to 450mm long graphics cards and up to 180mm tall CPU coolers.

The new internal layout of the Define S gets rid of 5.25-inch optical drive bay in order to create a clear straight airflow path and provide the Define S with better liquid cooling support. The Define S also features a long motherboard tray design as well as a 20-40mm space behind the motherboard tray which should both help in cable management.

As far as cooling goes, the Define S comes with a total of nine fan positions (eight on the windowed side panel version) and comes bundled with two Fractal Design Dynamic GP14 140mm fans. It supports three 120/140mm fans at the front and three 120/140mm fans at the top, single 120/140mm fan at the rear and single 120/140mm at the bottom as well as a single 120/140mm on the side panel, at least on the non-windowed version. Both front and bottom fan mounts also come with dust filters.

As you could have guessed from fan placement layout, the Define S supports up to 360mm long radiator at the front, 420x55mm radiator at the top, 120mm radiator at the bottom and 120/140mm radiator at the back.

The new Fractal Design Define S PC case should be available soon with a price set at US $79.99/€89.99 for the standard and US $89.99/€99.99 for the Define S Window version.

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Last modified on 23 April 2015
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