Fractal Design Define Mini is Fractal Design's case for microATX-motherboards. The case resembles manufacturer's earlier Define R2 and Define R3 cases' design and structure. As usual, the design is minimalistic and the case has noise absorbing material on its panels.
Package & Specs
The case is boxed in a dark cardboard box which one side shows the manufacturer, case's model and a photo of the case. On the other side there is some information of the essential features of the case.Specifications:
- 6x 3,5 inch HDD trays, compatible with SSD
- 2x 5,25 inch bays, with 1x 5,25"-3,5" converter included
- On top of front panel: 2x USB2, 1x USB3 and Audio I/O
- Removable filter below PSU (No PSU included)
- M/B compatibility: Mini ITX and Micro ATX
- 4+1 expansion slots with sleek white painted brackets
- Supports graphic cards with lengths up to ca 260mm when removable HDD-bay is in place
- Supports graphic cards with lengths up to ca 400mm when HDD-bay is removed
- Supports CPU coolers with height of ca 165mm
- Supports PSU's with a depth of maximum circa 170mm, when using bottom 120/140mm fan location
- Case size (WxHxD): 210x395x490mm
- Net weight: 9,50 kg
- 1 rear Fractal Design 120mm @ 1200rpm included
- 1 front Fractal Design 120mm @ 1200rpm included
- 1 front 120mm fan (optional)
- 1 top 120/140mm fan (optional)
- 1 bottom 120mm fan (optional)
- 1 side panel 120mm/140mm fan (optional)
Looking at the technical specifications the case really does look like the Define R3 has just been passed through the copier at 75% size setting. The dimensions of the case are 395x490x210 mm, so while it isn't the smallest mATX-case out there, it's still 50 mm lower than the R3. There are six hard drive bays, two 5,25" drive bays and four card slots (and one vertical one). For cooling the case comes with two 120 mm fans, but can be equipped with four more if needed.
The bundle includes an user manual, a fan controller, 5,25"-3,5" converter, a couple of zip ties, a stack of screws and a handy tool for screws.
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