Installing your components in the Define Nano S should be pretty simple as it is designed like a traditional mid-tower. To see just how simple it is check out our installation time-lapse below.
The first thing we will be installing is our motherboard. It goes in quite easily and as you can see we have a lot of room inside to work with.
Next is our power supply, which easily slides in the case from the side. I did not mention it earlier, but there is anti-vibration and sound-dampening material around the power supply mounting.
I decided I wanted to install and all-in-one liquid cooling system with this build. It could not be easier with the Define Nano S. I had no problem installing my fans and radiator in the front of the case. There was also no problem at all getting the CPU block / pump to reach to my CPU.
Hard drives are next. I am installing all solid state drives so I went with the dual-SSD bracket. Removing a single thumbscrew I can take it out of the case and install by drives. Getting it back in and connecting everything is just as easy.
With everything installed it is time to wire everything up. It was quite easy to keep all of my cables secured on the backside of the case and to make sure it was all organized. Finally I installed my graphics card, which was an RX 470. You can see even with my radiator installed I have a good amount of clearance.
With the side panel back on the case you can see that most of our components are shown off.