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Fractal Design Define Nano S: Mini-ITX Case with Plenty of Space Reviewed

Fractal Design has impressed us in the past with its enclosures on a number of occasions. The same applies to the current test object, the Define Nano S. As the name suggests, the housing is kept small. Accordingly, only one Mini-ITX mainboard fits into the case, but you still have plenty of room for your other hardware. What the case has to offer, you can find out in our test report.

Scope of Delivery

As we at Fractal Design are already used to, the scope of delivery is generous. There are screws for everything, cable ties, cable holders, two pre-installed fans and of course also a manual which shows all the possibilities of the Define Nano S.

Technical Data

Material Steel / plastic
Housing ITX
Form factor Mini-ITX
Dimensions in mm (W x H x D)
203 x 330 x 412 mm
Power supply support ATX, max. 160 mm
max. graphics card length 315 mm / 335 mm without front fan
max. CPU cooler height 160 mm
I/O-Panel
  • 2x USB 3.0
  • Microphone and headphone jack
  • Power button
  • Reset button
Drives 2x 3,5″ & 2x 2,5″ or 4x 2,5″
Expansion card slots 2 slots
fan Pre-installed fans:
  • front: 1x 140mm
  • back: 1x 120 mm

Optional:

  • Front: 120/140 mm or 120-/-240-/280 mm radiator
  • Cover: 2x 120/140 mm or 120-/-240 mm radiator
  • back: 1x 120 mm
  • Floor: 1x 120 mm or 120 mm radiator
Special features
  • Dust filter
  • device for pump unit & expansion tank
  • Insulation mats
Weight 5 kg (4.6 kg with window)

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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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