Wednesday, November 2nd 2016

Fractal Design Announces the Define C Series

Fractal Design expand on their popular Define series, with the new Define C. So many cases on the market today are made to be all things to all people. However, for many this results in a chassis full of empty bays, unused mounts and excess bulk. Created for those who demand a flexible platform for a powerful ATX or Micro ATX build that wastes no space, the Define C Series is the perfect solution to satisfy this balance of capacity and efficiency.

Smaller than the usual ATX and Micro ATX case, the Define C and Define Mini C with its optimized interior provides the perfect base for users. The open air design offers unobstructed airflow across your core components with high performance and silent computing in mind at every step.
Extensive cooling support via both air and water are offered to make sure even the most powerful systems can be cooled effectively. Carrying signature Define series traits, the Define C Series brings with it that iconic front panel design, dense sound dampening material throughout and ModuVent technology in the top panel. Those wanting to remove the ModuVent to add more fans or a radiator can install in its place the new magnetic dust filter and a built in power supply shroud helps offer an unmatched level of cable management.

Our team of engineers in Sweden made sure performance without restrictions was paramount. With innovative design, the Define C Series brings your system together in a truly exquisite way, reminding us why we choose Fractal Design.

For more information, visit the product pages of the Define C, Define C Window, Define Mini C, and Define Mini C Window.
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6 Comments on Fractal Design Announces the Define C Series

#1
Volkswagen
Yes my wish came true. Love my Define S case but with a mATX mobo- I always wished they would make a mATX version of it and this is it.
Cant wait for them to become available!
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alucasa
So close, yet so far.
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#3
RazrLeaf
Anyone else wish the mini only had 4 slots instead of 5?

And in a strangely logical fashion, the only difference in the 2 cases is that the ATX variety is 41mm in height, and 2 PCIe slots. And by spec, a PCIe slot is 20 mm wide.
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alucasa
RazrLeaf, post: 3548951, member: 150702"
Anyone else wish the mini only had 4 slots instead of 5?

And in a strangely logical fashion, the only difference in the 2 cases is that the ATX variety is 41mm in height, and 2 PCIe slots. And by spec, a PCIe slot is 20 mm wide.
Yeah, the extra slot adds unnecessary height. I want mATX case to be smaller but bigger.
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#6
peche
Thermaltake fanboy
@Bill_Bright here are some new cases of your loved brand my friend!

regards,
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