Fractal Design’s Define Series of cases has to be one of their most popular. We’ve reviewed quite a few of the Define cases over the years. Well Fractal Design is back with a new Define case in their Define S2, which is a successor to the original Define S case. This case improves upon the original and of course has that Fractal Design quality we know and love. Some of the main features of this case include a large tempered glass side panel, modular open-layout design, sound dampening properties, ModuVent top cover, and three included 140 mm fans. There are quite a lot more too, so let’s jump right in!
Special thanks to Fractal Design for providing us with the Define S2 Case to review.
The Define S2 comes in Fractal Design’s typical retail packaging. On the front we have an outline of the case and it lets us know we have the white tempered glass version. Fractal Design will be offering the case in Black, White, Gunmetal, and Blackout versions.
Flipping over to the back there is an exploded view of the case and some of the main features are listed in a few different languages.
Opening the box up the case is nicely protected by large pieces of Styrofoam and the case itself is inside of the plastic bag. The tempered glass side panel is protected on both sides with a plastic film as well.