Today we are checking out a new case from Fractal Design, which is not part of their Define or Meshify series, but rather a new series all together called “Vector”. This case keeps many of the design and quality standards that we love and know from Fractal Design, but adds a different and more modern look. The Vector RS has two tempered glass panels (side & top), room for up to eight hard drives, three included 140 mm fans and a fan hub, room inside for motherboards up to E-ATX, a modular internal design, and even a sleek ARGB strip that comes with Fractal Design’s Adjust R1 controller. Does Fractal Design have a winner with this case? Read on to find out!
Special thanks to Fractal Design for providing us with the Vector RS Case to review.
The Fractal Design Vector RS comes in a large box that shows the case on the front and lets us know that we have the “Blackout Light TG” version. There is also a “Blackout Dark TG” version, which has darker tempered glass. No word yet on if Fractal Design will be releasing a white version of the case. The opposite side of the box has an exploded view of the case showing off all of the different parts.
Opening the box up we can see that case is nicely protected by two large pieces of Styrofoam. Inside the box is another larger box with all of your accessories. Here you’ll find the included top fan / radiator bracket, top filter, ventilated top panel, and accessory box.