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Fractal Design Define 7 Compact Review

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Introduction

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I would like to thank Fractal Design for supplying the review sample.


Fractal Design's hero product has always been the Define series. Now in its seventh generation, it still sets a high bar when it comes to silent computing and quality only a handful of other brands can match. That doesn't mean it has all been success in the past, with some of their enclosures that ventured into the more crowded mainstream market not nearly as well received. Unfortunately, there has been little choice for those who want a traditionally sized ATX case with the Define series DNA, but that changes today. With the Define 7 Compact, Fractal takes aim squarely at those who don't need a workstation chassis of essentially EATX dimensions, all while offering everything you would expect from the most recent Define 7 we reviewed in the past in a traditional mid-tower flavor.

Specifications

Fractal Design Define 7 Compact
Case Type:Mid-tower
Material:Aluminium front, steel, and tempered glass
Weight:11.04 kg
Slots:7
Drive Bays:2x Internal 2.5/3.5"
2x Internal 2.5"
Motherboard
Form Factors:
ATX / Micro-ATX / ITX
Dimensions:427 x 210 x 474 mm
Front Door/Cover:N/A
Front Fans:3x 120 / 2x 140 mm (1x Dynamic X2-14 fan pre-installed)
Rear Fans:1 x 120 mm (Dynamic X2-12 fan pre-installed)
Top Fans:2x 120 / 2x 140 mm (optional)
Bottom Fans:1x 120 mm (optional, requires removal of HDD cage)
Side Fans:N/A
I/O:1x USB 3.1 Gen 2 Type-C
2x USB 3.0
1x Headphone
1x Microphone
Fan/LED Controller:N/A
Compatibility:CPU Cooler: 169 mm
GPU: 360 mm (341 mm with front fan)
PSU: >250 mm w/o HDD cage (165 mm w/ HDD cage)
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