Define Nano S Mini ITX Case By Fractal Design

Posted on Jan 19 2016 - 7:10am by Matt Holtzen

Fractal Design has uncovered a forthcoming case that addresses the developing pattern of building effective frameworks in littler cases. The Define Nano S is a small scale ITX case with no deficiency of components. Fractal Design said the Define Nano S incorporates mounts for various hard drives, 2 SSD (Solid State Drive) mounts and a solitary 3.5 inch mount on the rear of the motherboard plate. An extra 3.5 inch drive can be introduced on the base of the case before the ATX control supply.

Define Nano S

In spite of its little size, the Fractal Design Define Nano S figures out how to bolster plentiful water cooling parts. The front and top can both bolster radiators, up to a 240 mm at the top and 280 mm in the front. The case likewise includes a sliding section used to mount your supply, and a mount for your pump, however the second 3.5 inch drive mount can’t be utilized in the event that you mount a pump here.

The Fractal Design Define Nano S doesn’t have a deficiency of good equipment either. It bolsters representation cards the length of 12.4 inches and CPU coolers as tall as 6.3 inches. Fractal Design doesn’t suggest introducing representation cards that take up more than two openings in width, as the force supply rests specifically beneath the motherboard plate.

These vents can be hindered with the ModuVent framework in the event that you pick not to utilize them. Fractal Design likewise said that in the event that you don’t utilize the base hard drive mount, and don’t have a pump, a discretionary 12 cm fan can be introduced at the base of the case.

Fractal Design incorporates two Dynamic arrangement fans with the case. A GP 14 cm fan can be found in the front and a GP 12 cm fan is situated in the back of the case. The highest point of the case can bolster two more 12 cm or 14 cm fans. The Fractal Design Define Nano S will be accessible in two variants.

The Fractal Design Define Nano S, with sound hosing materials on both entryways, will be accessible for $64.99, and the Define Nano S Window with an unmistakable side board will offer for $69.99. Fractal Design said both cases will touch base in March.