Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by bit-tech, 8 Aug 2017.
So many version of Define C... The original, with old style window (Define C Window), with tempered glass (Define C TG) and now Meshify C, which is Define C TG with mesh front and darkened tempered glass.
Finally a shortened ATX-case with space for a 360 in the front and a 240 in the top. Not that I'd ever need that, but back in the days when we had design-competitions I allways pitched this idea to get rid of the drive-cages and only have one in the bottom behind the PSU.
Took them only 10 years to catch up
Anyways, I'd like to see an even smaller sounddampened Define ITX from Fractal, as I love my Define Mini, which housed my previous PC and is now collecting dust.
You mention the idea of a shortlist in the article - you guys really should keep a list of recommended cases "at a glace" maybe by form factor?
I really like this. Love the abstract front too, makes a nice change
Not going to lie, I really want one. If only I'd have an excuse to buy a new system.
I don't really get the criticism of Fractal cases for not being revolutionary and for playing it safe. Their designs are generally sensible, practical and effective, and I much prefer their aesthetics to some of the hideous "L33T G4M3RZ" boxes out there. This looks like yet another well-thought-out case, and although it's not my personal cup of tea as I don't want a window (or an ATX case, but that's by the by!) I can appreciate the design, especially the move away from drive bays.
I'd echo JRS's cry for a soundproofed mITX Define. I love my NCase but it's a noisy little critter compared to my old R3.
I have an r2 Still. I think the front will be lovely and monolithic up close.
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