About a year ago we tested the Fractal Design Define S case. This ATX case with noise reducing elements provides plenty of space for water-cooling. We were so convinced by this inconspicuous case that it was awarded the OCinside price-tip award. This time we are going to test the Define R5 which was the basis for the Define S but shows some significant differences. Its predecessor Define R4 was already a blockbuster and was often recommended in forums if you were looking for a simple but high-quality case with noise reduction. In our test we are going to show you the differences to the Define S and if the Define R5 can live up to its predecessor.
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The Fractal Design Define R5 is being sold for about 100 Euro (05/2016).
Here you can buy the Fractal Design Define R5 case.
The delivery of the Fractal Design Define R5 …
The Define R5 is being shipped in an Eco-friendly box from uncoated cardboard.
The case is protected sufficiently by two polystyrene inserts and plastic wrap.
Inside the case you can find an illustrated manual and a box of supplies.
The supplies consist of several screws, zip ties and rubber isolators for HDDs.
Fractal Design Define R5 technical data …