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Fractal Design Define Nano S Black PC Case - £51.95 @ Amazon

£51.95 @ Amazon
Cheapest it's ever been according to camelcamelcamel. Be fast. Only 6 left in stock. Specifications •ITX motherboard compatibility •2 expansion slots •2 - 3.5" HDD/2.5" SSD positions; 2 - 2.5" d… Read More
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Cheapest it's ever been according to camelcamelcamel. Be fast. Only 6 left in stock.

Specifications
•ITX motherboard compatibility
•2 expansion slots
•2 - 3.5" HDD/2.5" SSD positions; 2 - 2.5" dedicated SSD unit positions (fits SSDs up to 13mm thick)
•6 - Fan positions (1 Fractal Design Dynamic GP14 140mm fan + 1 Fractal Design Dynamic GP-12 120mm fan included)
•Filtered fan slots in the front and bottom (ejects from the front of the case)
•CPU coolers up to 160mm in height
•ATX PSUs up to 160mm deep (shorter PSUs recommended for easier cable management)
•Graphics cards up to 315mm in length with front fans mounted (Cards wider than the dual slot bracket are not recommended)
•17 - 35mm of space for cable routing behind the motherboard plate
•Velcro straps included for easy cable management
•Both side panels and rear HDD/SSD brackets feature smart captive thumbscrews
•Dense sound dampening material on front and right side panels;
•ModuVent™ on top of case for further silent computing or additional ventilation
•Colours available: Black
•Case dimensions (WxHxD): 203 x 330 x 400mm
•Case dimensions - wtih feet/protrusions/screws: 203 x 344 x 412mm
•Net weight: 4.6 kg
•Case volume: 26.80 litres
•Package dimensions (WxHxD): 275 x 485 x 420mm
•Package weight: 5.8 kg
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1 Like #1
Stick it through flubit
1 Like #2
Just what I was after. Ordered, thanks.
2 Likes #3
Can't go wrong with Fractal Design.
#4
As much as I like Fractal Designs Define series, this one surely is a poor design with gfx card pointing directly towards the PSU. They should have gone for a different layout. This only makes sense if you're water cooling the graphics card. And this case is too small for this anyway.
2 Likes #5
Anyone interested in getting a smaller case, I highly recommend the Thermaltake Suppressor F1. Very easy to build with despite being mini ITX, and cheap but doesn't look it.

Edited By: scoot123 on Oct 20, 2016 18:29: Correction
1 Like #6
Arizolas
Stick it through flubit

£46.71 Fireworks Direct for anyone who's interested
2 Likes #7
derp1664
Arizolas
Stick it through flubit

£46.71 Fireworks Direct for anyone who's interested


I would avoid Fireworks Direct, rather pay a little bit more and have peace of mind.
2 Likes #8
zeromx
derp1664
Arizolas
Stick it through flubit
£46.71 Fireworks Direct for anyone who's interested
I would avoid Fireworks Direct, rather pay a little bit more and have peace of mind.
What in case your case breaks down and stops working after a month?
1 Like #9
Chrrye
zeromx
derp1664
Arizolas
Stick it through flubit
£46.71 Fireworks Direct for anyone who's interested
I would avoid Fireworks Direct, rather pay a little bit more and have peace of mind.
What in case your case breaks down and stops working after a month?


No, more like either it gets damaged in transit or they mess up your order and you have to deal with them, which can take weeks with their slow replies.
#10
If this isn't too your liking the core 1000 is pretty similar. PSU is at the top also so no GPU interference. This is one of those cases blower style is useful
#11
scoot123
Anyone interested in getting a smaller case, I highly recommend the Thermaltake Suppressor F1. Very easy to build with despite being mini ITX, and cheap but doesn't look it.


looks nice but from the specs I can only see 2x3.5", no mention of additional 2x2.5" bays
#12
verbumSapienti
scoot123
Anyone interested in getting a smaller case, I highly recommend the Thermaltake Suppressor F1. Very easy to build with despite being mini ITX, and cheap but doesn't look it.
looks nice but from the specs I can only see 2x3.5", no mention of additional 2x2.5" bays
I think 2.5" drives are to be mounted onto the back of the MB tray
#13
basergorkobal
As much as I like Fractal Designs Define series, this one surely is a poor design with gfx card pointing directly towards the PSU. They should have gone for a different layout. This only makes sense if you're water cooling the graphics card. And this case is too small for this anyway.

You're right, but I guess if you have a blower style fan on the card you should be OK though.
#14
CHAOSEN3
basergorkobal
As much as I like Fractal Designs Define series, this one surely is a poor design with gfx card pointing directly towards the PSU. They should have gone for a different layout. This only makes sense if you're water cooling the graphics card. And this case is too small for this anyway.
You're right, but I guess if you have a blower style fan on the card you should be OK though.
Probably. But for a case this size you shouldn't be restricted to blower style.
Not great value imo given you can have a thermaltake core v1 for less
#15
It also seems able to take other board standards too: S Atx/Micro-Atx/Mini-Itx 8)
1 Like #16
basergorkobal
As much as I like Fractal Designs Define series, this one surely is a poor design with gfx card pointing directly towards the PSU. They should have gone for a different layout. This only makes sense if you're water cooling the graphics card. And this case is too small for this anyway.


This is the same layout as my Define Mini which was fine with a power hungry HD 7870 Tahiti, no heat issues seeing as you're taking cool air through the PSU instead of feeding it warm air, it just means the PSU will run quiter if it's an intelligent one that adjusts its fan speed according to temperature 8)
#17
I have 2 Fractal R4 cases and they are great. I prefer loads of room to expand and work in.
#18
basergorkobal
As much as I like Fractal Designs Define series, this one surely is a poor design with gfx card pointing directly towards the PSU. They should have gone for a different layout. This only makes sense if you're water cooling the graphics card. And this case is too small for this anyway.

Agree the location of the PSU isn't ideal if you are air cooling however this case is actually perfect for water cooling. There's ample room for 2 240mm radiators and a 110ml reservoir and separate pump. There's a YouTube video from Paul's Hardware (HotBox 2.0) that shows pretty much the exact config I'll be going for.
1 Like #19
jim23k
basergorkobal
As much as I like Fractal Designs Define series, this one surely is a poor design with gfx card pointing directly towards the PSU. They should have gone for a different layout. This only makes sense if you're water cooling the graphics card. And this case is too small for this anyway.
Agree the location of the PSU isn't ideal if you are air cooling however this case is actually perfect for water cooling. There's ample room for 2 240mm radiators and a 110ml reservoir and separate pump. There's a YouTube video from Paul's Hardware (HotBox 2.0) that shows pretty much the exact config I'll be going for.
Ok. I didn't realise you could fit both at the same time. Looks like this case has a very specific purpose in mind. For water cooling seems a good design then.
Also that's some pretty sweet build you're going for. Good luck and enjoy!

Edited By: basergorkobal on Oct 23, 2016 10:54: Rev
1 Like #20
basergorkobal
As much as I like Fractal Designs Define series, this one surely is a poor design with gfx card pointing directly towards the PSU. They should have gone for a different layout. This only makes sense if you're water cooling the graphics card. And this case is too small for this anyway.


True about the gfx card and psu, but my understanding is this can fit a radiator front and top? So water cooling both cpu and gpu is easily doable.

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