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Fractal Design Define Mini C Review: High Quality Case for Small Money

In the past years Fractal Design has already sent us several different cases or fans for testing. Also this time we got a case for testing Fractal Design, to be exact a small Micro-ATX case and to take some of the voltage: It is once again a top case with many features for little money.

Scope of Delivery

As usual, the scope of delivery is very extensive. When we open it, the case awaits us, which is securely packed. In addition there are screws, cable holders, cable ties and, of course, instructions for use. There are also two Dynamic X2 GP-12 fans pre-installed in the case, which can be found at the front and rear and provide an airflow in the case.

Technical Data

Material steel / plastic
Housing Micro ATX
Form factor Micro ATX and ITX
Dimensions in mm (W x H x D)
399 x 210 x 399 mm
Power supply support ATX, max. 160 mm
Max. graphics card length 315 mm / 335 mm without front fan
Max. CPU cooler height 170 mm
I/O-Panel
  • 2x USB 3.0
  • Microphone and headphone jack
  • Power button
  • Reset button
Memory components 2x 3,5″ & 3x 2,5″
Expansion card slots 5 Slots
Fans Pre-installed fans:
  • front: 1x 120mm
  • back: 1x 120 mm

Altogether:

  • Front: 3x 120 / 2x 140 mm or 120-/140-/-240-/280-mm radiator (max. 144 mm wide)
  • lid: 2x 120/ 2x 140 mm or 120-/-240 mm radiator (max. 40 mm high)
  • Rear: 1x 120 mm fan or radiator
  • floor: 1x 120 mm
Features
  • dust filter (bottom, top, front)
  • device for pump unit & expansion tank
  • Insulation mats
  • ModuVent
Weight 6.9 kg
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Simon Lüthje

I am co-founder of this blog and am very interested in everything that has to do with technology, but I also like to play games. I was born in Hamburg, but now I live in Berlin.

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