- Steel ATX Mid Tower
- 2 x USB 3.0, 2 x USB 2.0 and Audio I/O front panel ports Front Ports
- Side Air duct
- 2 x External 5.25" Drive Bays
Code name: Silent Killer 03/06/2014
This review is from: Fractal Design Define R4 Arctic White Silent ATX Mid Tower Case
Case is super silent, sturdy, overall very high quality and perfect for a high end build.
It is a fairly heavy case about 30 lbs before any components mounted, be aware of that.
Doesn't come with sticker saying "Beware: Silent Killer"
I live in an extremely dusty climate the dust filters are awesome and I only have minimal build up of dust in comparison to what I used to get in my old case which also had filters. The two filters themselves are easy to take off and clean.
Case came with one front and one back fan. At minimum, I would recommend to buy one additional 140mm case fan to go in the front panel intake and a 120mm fan (Consider your PSU size/length as you might be able to do a 140mm) for the bottom. Side panel/upper panel fans would be your personal preference.
Box doesn't say this; however, it is possible with some minor tweaks to get an eATX inside this thing (recommend looking at videos before doing). Lots of room for everything you'd want to put in it. The two hidden SSD mounts behind the mobo are great. Look at some un-boxing/builds of any of the Define R-4 cases and you'll see all you need to buy this case.
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