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Fractal Design Define XL R2 Titanium FDCADEFXLR2TI - Grey
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- High density noise-reducing material for an optimal silent case
- Patented ModuVent design allowing the user to choose between optimal silence or maximum airflow.
- With a new internal layout and additional PCI expansion slots, it can harbor the most powerful enthusiast systems.
- New tool-less front fan holder makes switching front fans a breeze
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|Dimensions||26 inches x 24.5 inches x 12.5 inches||22 inches x 22.1 inches x 9.1 inches||13 inches x 21.5 inches x 23 inches||13 inches x 21.5 inches x 23 inches|
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For all you water cooling aficionados out there, the top of the case supports thin radiators in 120/140/240/280mm sizes with a single set of fans, although there isn't quite enough clearance to do push-pull unless you have some help from your motherboard. By "thin" radiator, I mean 20 - 25 mm thick radiators such as the ones found in commercial closed-loop coolers like the Corsair H100/H110, NZXT X40/X60, etc. This isn't the ultimate water-cooling case ever built, but it gives you some good options and it has some features to keep the whole build relatively quiet.
Here's what's more interesting and how I will be building my case: The front of the case officially supports a 240mm radiator mounted vertically if you remove the top drive cage and move the bottom drive cage deeper into the case. Well, that wasn't quite good enough for me since I want to mount my Kraken X60 (280mm) at the front of the case instead... the following instructions are completely unsanctioned by Fractal, but here's what you can do:
1. Remove both drive cages. It might be possible to remount the bottom drive cage farther back in the case, but I'm going all-SSD in this build: the generous 25 mm of clearance on the back of the main compartment wall means I can velcro my SSDs to the back wall of the case outside of the flow of air in the main compartment! That means both HDD cages can come out completely! It's almost a shame because these HDD cages are very well built with removable metal trays that let you mount 3.5" or 2.5" drives, but Fractal gives you lots of good options.
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The only problem I had installing everything was my GPU. It wouldn't sit all the way but all my old cards were fine (7770, gt 220). I eventually did get it but it was stressful. Like I said I don't want dust in my case so I'm going the positive pressure route. I'm only using the stock fans all plugged into the integrated fan controller (very nice fans btw, I only used the controller at first as a junction point for the cables but now I turn the fans down when on idle so they might live longer) and I put a second thermal sensor fan in the bottom front for my hard drives.
My case didn't have any of the common problems. My standoffs were the right height (which for this case is 8.5mm) my headset and mic ports are labeled right (although I feel like the mic port is usually on the left). They wiggle around a little bit strangly enough, but no connection issues yet. The door feels kind of light, therefore kind of cheap but it does a good job blocking sound and the front fans still get enough air through the vents on the side (I can feel them pulling air through it). It only has one light, I wired it as a hdd light but its big and looks kind of silly because it is originally for power. I kind of wish the power and reset were behind the door, in lm a bit paranoid of my cats or more hitting them, the power button is a bit to large than I'd like as well.Read more ›
Here are some of my thoughts on The Good:
This case is incredibly spacious. My full ATX board honestly looks like a peanut in this beast.
The included mounts were the proper size unlike many people who accidentally received 6.5mm mounts instead of 8.5mm. I had no problems mounting the motherboard nor did I run into any problem with PCI/PCIe cards fitting.
Behind the motherboard, there is a large space for running cables with 6 large access points on all sides of the motherboard. Needless to say any cable can be routed behind the board no matter where the plug is, assuming the cable is long enough. There is also a large hole behind the motherboard in the CPU spot, making it possible to change CPU cooling brackets without removing the motherboard if you happen to get a new cooler.
The case is deep enough to fit video cards up to 14.5-15 inches long without having to move the upper hard drive cage. It will easily fit your SLI/Triple/Quad setup without issues.
Speaking of the hard drive bays, this is easily the best design I have encountered. The bays are solid metal. Each cage has 4 bays. Each bay has screw holes for both 3.5 and 2.5 inch drives, as well as rubber vibration dampeners built in. You don't need any 3.5 to 2.5 inch adapters for your SSD's.
You mount your hard drives with the connectors facing the far side and do all the cable management in the back side of the case. It makes for a very clean look.
My next topic is the case fans & fan mounts. The fans are nothing special. They are not bad and they move a good amount of air at a low dBa rating.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought this to replace an Antec Nine Hundred that was on its 6th year and not holding up too well after half a dozen moves and my general bad treatment. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Alexander P. Wendler
Great looking case with plenty of room for cable management. The sound dampening pads inside help keep the fan noise so it's almost silentPublished 7 months ago by Colin Patterson
This case was much more than I expected. It was easy to install everything, had easy cable access, and good filtered airflow. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Amazon Customer
AMAZING case. Huge with lots of space, and houses an EATX board with 4 GPU's wonderfully. No special back side mounting for SSD's which is a little sad but easy to work around. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Brett L
I have yet to swap my build into this case, I am running a 2600k build I was just getting tired of my COSMOS. This case seems very well put together for the money. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Brian
Great case! Nice size for the new system I'm assembling.
Nice features, easy to work with and route cables.
Great case, thought it can look a little plain, the Fractal Design quality has to be seen in person to be appreciated. Read morePublished 16 months ago by dashmcnasty
I have been using the smaller versions of Fractal Cases for all my Builds, and this Time I needed a larger Case to house a 2008 Server with tons of Storage. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Deja-vue