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Fractal Design Define XL Case Video Review
1 June 2011
Summary: The 'XL" in Fractal Design Define XL Case stands for extra large and that's no lie. With lots of room to work, plenty of drive bays, excellent cooling, cable management system, great styling and so much more, this is one of the better cases on the market. Fact is, it has just about everything you should be looking for in a full tower case.
Conclusion: The Fractal Design Define XL excels in aesthetics with its classy, stylish look, and while testing it I came across several interesting features that I'd never seen before on other cases. Some areas of the case are well thought out, while other aspects could use some retooling. While the overall build quality is stunning, the front panel contains several flimsy elements.
Conclusion: Knowing the Fractal Design Define XL is an eATX chassis, it probably does not come as a surprise to you that the case is very easy to work with. Combined with a plethora amount of room, the dual chamber design allows the user to install components in any order they prefer. Personally, I like to install the CPU and motherboard first, followed by the power supply, then components that connect directly to the motherboard, with hard drives last.
Excerpt: 3 Flares 3 Flares × We’ve recently reviewed a number of mid-range cases that fall in the just over £100 mark from the likes of Corsair and Lian Li which impressed us greatly. So when we were offered a similarly-priced case from a lesser known manufacturer, we jumped at the chance so we could see how they compare.
TEST: Fractal Design Define XL: Rimelig kabinett for de kravstore
22 June 2011
Excerpt: Fractal Design XL er et kabinett som rettes mot de som trenger et litt større kabinett for en velutstyrt pc. Dette har Fractal Design kombinert med å tilrettelegge for at et lavt støynivå fra pc-en – her finner man støydempende matter og en medfølgende vifteregulator.