Specification and Review the Fractal Design Define 7 Nano – Fractal Design has managed to improve the Define series with all of the generation without loosing its original design DNA.
With the 7-th generation chassis released back in 2020 later and the company quickly followed up with the shorter Define-7 Compact a couple of months later.
However, after that there has not been any additions or updates to this family of enclosures. With the launch of the Define-7 Nano being reviewed here, Fractal once more ventures into the I-T-X space with their hero chassis.
Something they have’nt done for quite some time. In addition to this, the Fractal is also launching the MATX based Define 7-Mini, this closing the gaps in this generation of the series.
|Fractal Design Define 7 Nano|
|Case Type:||ITX Chassis|
|Material:||Steel, plastic, and tempered glass|
|Slots:||2 (with space for 2.5 slot GPUs)|
|Drive Bays:||-1x Internal 3.5″
-4x Internal 2.5″ (3 included)
|Dimensions:||-399 x 205 x 361mm|
|Front Fans:||-1x 120/140mm (1x Dynamic X2 GP-14 pre-installed)|
|Rear Fans:||-1x 120mm (1x Dynamic X2 GP-12 pre-installed)|
|Top Fans:||-2x 120/140mm|
|Front Radiator:||240mm / 280mm|
|I/O:||-1x USB 3.2 Gen2 Type-C
-2x USB 2.0
-2x USB 3.0
|Compatibility:||-CPU Cooler: 167 mm
-GPU: 331 mm (306 mm with front fan)
-PSU: 165 mm (200 mm without HDD-Tray and modular air duct)
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