The Fractal Define 7 case is brand new to the market and breathes life into the brand. The Define 7 is one of the highest quality cases we’ve worked with lately, but isn’t without flaws.
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In this review, we’re looking at the brand new Fractal Define 7 for build quality, thermal performance, acoustic performance, and overall value. The case is priced in the higher tiering of cases, but also makes good with superb attention to detail and a built-out featureset. There are downsides, but the fortunate side is that many of them are circumnavigable without modifications to the case.
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