Fractal Design Define C Case Review

Fractal Design has really made a name for themselves since coming into the market not that long ago. Their Define Series has become a staple for people looking to build a quiet system. There are a handful of different cases in the Define Series, but Fractal Design is introducing a new one today. It is the Define C and Fractal Design keeps many of the great features of the Define Series, but is going with a more open interior which offers room for the most popular component setups. This is the first case in the Define Series that has a power supply cover, and one that is implemented quite good. Other features include sound dampening properties like sound dampening material on the front, side panel, and top, ModuVent technology, two 120 mm cooling fans, and much more! Let’s jump in and take a look!

Special thanks to Fractal Design for providing us with the Define C Case to review.


The Define C comes in Fractal Design’s typical packaging for their cases. On the front there is an outline of the case and as you can see we received the windowed side panel edition.


As we flip over to the back of the box there is some information on the case itself and an exploded view showing all the different parts.


The side of the box has the specifications listed, which include the case specifications as well as specifications on the cooling system the case offers. Opening the box up we can see that it is nicely protected by two large pieces of Styrofoam and a plastic bag to prevent scratches.

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