Fractal Design introduces the Define 7 Nano case for compact

Fractal Design introduces the Define 7 Nano case for compact PCs

Fractal Design has announced the Define 7 Nano case that can be used to build a small form factor gaming desktop. Compatible with Mini-ITX and Mini-DTX motherboards.

    Image Credit: Fractal Design

Image Credit: Fractal Design

The novelty received a laconic design with an aluminum front panel. The left side panel can be made of tempered glass or metal: in the second case, sound-absorbing material is used. Overall dimensions are 399 × 205 × 361 mm, weight – 7.1 kg.

Spaces are only provided for two expansion cards. The length of the graphics accelerator can be up to 331mm (306mm with front fan), the length of the PSU is 165mm (200mm without drive cage). The computer can be equipped with one 3.5″/2.5″ storage device and two 2.5″ storage devices.

The fans are mounted as follows: 2 x 120/140 mm at the front, 2 x 120 mm or 1 x 140 mm at the top, 1 x 120 mm at the rear and 1 x 120 mm at the bottom. It is possible to use liquid cooling with a standard front radiator of up to 280mm and a rear radiator of 120mm. The height of the CPU cooler can be up to 167 mm.

The top interface box includes a USB 3.1 Gen 2 Type-C port, two USB 3.0 and USB 2.0 ports, 3.5mm headphone and microphone jacks.


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