Reviews and Problems with Fractal Design Define Mini
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18 April 2012
Summary: Everything about the Define Mini won me over in the end. The structure is very solid; even with the side panel off there wasn't any flexing to be had to this design. The soundproofing, ModuVent panels and the front door all work in harmony to give you a silent user experience.
Summary: The Fractal Design Define Mini deserves the same score as the Define R3. The case is a successful attempt at offering the exact same features of the bigger cases as a compact mATX variant. On top of that the Define Mini finally is the first of the entire Define series to ship with internal USB 3.0.
Pros: Great build quality, All black interior, Internal USB 3.0 connector, Fan controller included, White Fractal Design accents still there, Plenty of space for large PSUs, Possibility to install long graphics cards, 5.25 inch to 3.5 inch adapter included, 3.5 inch hard drive rubber mounted, Thumb scr...
Cons: Very little space between mainboard and side panel, Clips of front covers won't last long, Limited CPU cooler clearance, Only available in black, No more eSATA, USB 3.0 cable is blue - not black, Tough cable hiding/management
Conclusion: Nu skal vi til det, den endelige konklusion. Dette kabinet kan man kun blive forelsket i, det er lavet så det fanger ens øjne og kan både bruges på det flotte kontor og i den mørke gamer-hule, så det egner sig til alle forhold.