Fractal Design Define 7
"Fractal Design describes the Define 7 as its "most comprehensive iteration" of the Define Series to date. That may well be true, however what impresses us most is that despite a thorough modernisation, the essence of the product line has been kept intact.
This may be the sleekest Define Series chassis thus far, yet it remains a minimalist enclosure without superfluous RGB lighting. While the industry has moved away from hard disks and optical drives, Define 7 retains huge storage potential, and with an integrated nine-way fan hub and sound-dampening material throughout, Fractal's flagship line continues to be an obvious choice for a near-silent build.
The end result is the best in a long line of award-winning enclosures, and the upgrades do make a genuine difference. Open-top access ensures the build process is even easier, Fractal's tool-free, top-latching side panels are among the best we've seen, and with an interior that's more flexible than ever before, Define 7 is equally adept at housing a high-end, liquid-cooled gaming rig as it is a server stocked full of hard disks.
Bottom line: for those who prefer a traditional case free of frivolity, Fractal Design's Define 7 comes highly recommended." - Hexus.net
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"Removing the panels from the Define 7 was a revelation as Fractal Design has taken the concept of tool-free to new levels. The impressive point is that the various panels snap on and off with a satisfying click while the build quality still feels impressively solid. This is a tricky balance and Fractal Design deserves hearty congratulations. It is a similar story on the back of the case where they have worked diligently on cable management. It is a matter of personal taste that Phanteks does a slightly better job with the EvolvX however Fractal is streets ahead of most of its competition. You can build a PC inside Define 7 very, very quickly." - KitGuru.net
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