Fractal Design is responsible for the Fractal Define C, one of our top-preferred cases from the past year. The Define C is a stout, well-constructed enclosure with competitive acoustics damping (behind only the Pure Base 600, in our tests) and thought-out cable management. Now, at what feels to be the mid-point of an ongoing trend in the industry, Fractal has announced its introduction of the Fractal Define C TG and Fractal Define C Mini TG (the latter is a shrunken ITX version of the ATX Define C).
The cases carry the same specifications and design as their non-TG counterparts, so our Define C review remains accurate – just account for the glass. Easy enough. The Define C is smaller than most of its ATX brethren, filling the “mid” part of the mid-ATX well rather literally. If you’ve been waiting for Fractal to make a case with tempered glass, it seems like this is the answer. Not much more to be said about this one, really. It’s an already-good case that’s had tempered glass thrown onto it.
Learn more here: http://www.fractal-design.com/home/product/cases/define-series/define-c-tg
- Steve Burke