Fractal Design Black
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- Streamlined high-airflow design; Two preinstalled Fractal Design Dynamic X2 GP-12 120 mm fans deliver optimum airflow with minimal noise
- The performance and capacity of a larger tower in a remarkably compact mATX designed tower
- Angular mesh front panel maximizes air intake
- Tinted tempered glass side panel for a clean looking exterior with full interior visibility
- Distinctive styling with stealthy black-on-black aesthetic
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The case is actually slightly shorter than most mid-towers, meaning that you might be able to fit this case in a variety of smaller areas in your room.
Even with the smaller length, I was still able to fit a full size EVGA RTX 2080 XC ULTRA graphics cards AND a H150i pro 360mm AIO from Corsair in the front with about an inch to spare in between them. Incredible!
The case supports the 360mm AIO by removing a bracket near the front of the case on the top of the sleek power supply shroud, and can support 6 fans in total. The top fans are brought towards the side panel, meaning that if you are fitting 120mm fans you will not have any interference with your motherboard. However, I don't think you'd be able to fit two 140mm fans up there even if you tried.
The front of the case has that mesh that allows the front fans to breathe almost completely unobstructed, which is awesome. My 9900k is running at only 72 degrees C with a balanced pump power and low RPM fan speed.
The cable management of this case isn't the best I have seen, but it definitely isn't the worst either. You can fit most of your large cables into the channel on the left side of the back panel, and since I have RGB fans, it looked like a spaghetti monster until I cable managed. It supports three SSD's on the back of the motherboard tray and up to two hard drives if you are not using a 360mm radiator like I am.
Awesome case that looks good and is easy to build in. Definitely reccomended!
Dust filters: The front, top, and bottom are all covered with easily removable dust filters, which is quite impressive. I consider this case one of the best options for a PC that sits on the floor, although I would still point the power supply fan upward through the perforated shroud rather than down towards the carpet.
Drive compatibility: I have no fewer than five disks mounted in this case: two 3.5" desktop HDDs, two 2.5" laptop HDDs, and one 2.5" SSD. You can add a sixth M.2 SSD which doesn't take up room in the case, but only if your motherboard supports it. Keep in mind that you should try not to use ANY right-angle SATA cables in this case, as they will not play nicely with the drive mounts.
Airflow: One of this case's big selling points is the airflow, and I would have to say it delivers. There's no need to stuff this case with fans because unlike most other modern cases, there is no solid front panel choking the airflow, so each fan can blow freely and quietly.
Overall, I would have to say this case perfectly satisfied all of my needs. The only nitpick I have is that the power indicator isn't RGB, so it might break your color scheme unless you unplug it.
Much more compact than many other ATX mid towers.
Good air flow.
Great cable management.
Fits 280mm radiator.
Includes 2 120mm fans.
With radiator up front can make it a tight fit for some graphics cards. My EVGA SC Black GTX 1080 ti barely fits.
Needs compact power supply or you’ll have to remove hard disk drive cage(which is fine if you don’t have any 3.5 drives because you can mount 3 2.5 drives behind the motherboard).
Included fans are a little noisy so I replaced them with Noctua fans which are infinitely quieter but also very expensive (in my case I have 2 140mm on EVGA clc 280, 2 140mm on top and 1 120mm for exhaust).
Tempered glass is a finger print magnet.
You can mount up to 7 fans in this case, which is ludicrous for the tiny size of it.
- Front: x2 140mm or x2 120mm. x3 120mm if you remove the detachable hard drive cage.
- Top: x2 140mm or x2 120mm
- Rear: x1 120mm
- Bottom: x1 120mm, if you remove the detachable hard drive cage.
Cable management is a breeze with the positioning of holes and tie-down points, along with rubber grommets to keep everything tidy-looking from the front.
Case construction feels solid, nothing feels like it's going to fall off or snap out of place. I should know - I had to take apart my build a few times and walk around with the case completely stuffed with 30+ pounds of computer components, and there was no problems whatsoever.
My only gripe with this case is the front panel, which compared to every other part, is a pain to remove. In addition, there are cables attached to the front (for the power and reset buttons, along with USB and headphone ports) which could be broken or damaged if you're not careful removing the front panel. However, it's not enough for me to dock a star - and as long as you're careful it won't be too big of an issue.