Reviews and Problems with Fractal Design Core 3000
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Fractal Design Core 3000 review
21 January 2013
Conclusion: You might expect to have to sacrifice some cooling potential when purchasing a Fractal chassis, but that's not the case with the Core 3000. Its CPU cooling is of particular note, and its front intake fan means its no slacker when it comes to removing heat from your graphics hardware either, although...
The Fractal Design Core 3000 offers a simplistic design and a complimenting installation process. The case on the outside isn’t anything to wow about, which could be good or bad, depending on the person.
Excerpt: Much like another Fractal Design case we reviewed recently, the Arc Midi , the Fractal Design Core 3000 is a simple and effective case, made all the more enticing by its affordability and ease of use.
Pros: Not bad looking; very affordable; many cooling options; removable dust filters.
Cons: Cramped; only two optical drive bays; a little small for a mid-tower.
Conclusion: The fact that we expected great things from the Core 3000 is testament to Fractal Design's growing reputation as a chassis manufacturer. The Swedish company has established itself as key player in an increasingly crowded marketplace, and we can see why; its chassis are feature packed and priced with...
Summary: Der „neue“ Core 3000 von Fractal Design hat die Stärken des „Vorgängers“ geerbt: eine hochwertige Verarbeitungsqualität, eine gute Kühlleistung, ausreichend Stauraum und ein tolles Preis/Leistungs-Verhältnis.
Pros: sehr gute Verarbeitung, passendes Platzangebot, Montage von 2,5“ Festplatten möglich, Lüftersteuerung, hoher Luftdurchsatz, sehr leise, USB 3.0, geringes Gewicht