Fractal Define Nano S - Water cooling ITX

Fractal Define Nano S - Water cooling ITX

Fractal Define Nano S - Water cooling ITX

Fractal Define Nano S - Water cooling ITX

 

Fractal design has just announced their new Define Nano S ITX case, an ITX version of their ATX Define S case that gives ITX users the ability to easily watercool their ITX components and use full sized video cards.  

The ITX Define Nano S is a case that provides the user with options, options to either use this case using Fractal's sound dampened ModuVents to allow you to chose your own balance between airflow and silence. This case will be sound dampened throughout, and will be available in Windowed and Non-windowed versions.   

  

Fractal Define Nano S - Water cooling ITX

 

The front and top of this case is capable of holding dual 140mm or 120mm fans, with the front supporting up to a 280mm radiator and the top supporting a 240mm radiator. This gives this case plenty of space to water cool your ITX PC with ease and still have space for a pump and reservoir inside. 

The front and bottom intakes of the case is fully dust filtered, allowing your case to be dust free and easily cleaned. In terms of storage the case has two 3.5"/2.5" mounts and two dedicated 2.5" drive mounts, giving this case plenty of space for internal storage.

All the space for your SSD or HDD storage is behind the motherboard tray, so that it will not interfere with the cases water cooling options.  

 

  Fractal Define Nano S - Water cooling ITX

 

Specifications

 

  • - ITX motherboard compatibility
  • - 2 expansion slots
  • - 2 - 3.5" HDD/2.5" SSD positions; 2 - 2.5" dedicated SSD unit positions (fits SSDs up to 13mm thick) 
  • - 6 - Fan positions (1 Fractal Design Dynamic GP14 140mm fan + 1 Fractal Design Dynamic GP-12 120mm fan included)
  • - Filtered fan slots in the front and bottom (ejects from the front of the case)
  • - CPU coolers up to 160mm in height
  • - ATX PSUs up to 160mm deep 
  • - Graphics cards up to 315mm in length with front fans mounted (Cards wider than the dual slot bracket are not recommended) 
  • - 17 - 35mm of space for cable routing behind the motherboard plate
  • - Velcro straps included for easy cable management
  • - Both side panels and rear HDD/SSD brakcets feature smart captive thumbscrews
  • - Dense sound dampening material on front and right side panels; left side panel includes a transparent window
  • - ModuVent™ on top of case for further silent computing or additional ventilation
  • - Colours available: Black
  • - Case dimensions (WxHxD): 203 x 330 x 400mm
  • - Case dimensions - wtih feet/protrusions/screws: 203 x 344 x 412mm
  • - Net weight: 4.6 kg
  • - Case volume: 26.80 litres
  • - Package dimensions (WxHxD): 275 x 485 x 420mm
  • - Package weight: 5.8 kg

 

 

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What the Fractal Define Nano S offers is everything the small form factor PC builder needs in a relatively small space, supporting large CPUs and extensive water cooling support. 

This case will be is stores in March 2016 and will be available for £49.99, $64.99 (US) and €69.99 (EU). 

 

You can join the discussion on the Fractal Design Nano S ITX Case on the OC3D Forums

  

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Most Recent Comments

18-01-2016, 09:44:08

King of Old Old School
I knew it!, That Fractal was going to make this if the sales were good for the ATX model, All they will need is the M-ATX version then they will be set.Quote

18-01-2016, 11:48:56

Kilbane
I think I may need this case and an ITX board. Fractal Solo reduction could work quite nicely.Quote

18-01-2016, 12:07:43

WYP
Quote:
Originally Posted by Kilbane View Post
I think I may need this case and an ITX board. Fractal Solo reduction could work quite nicely.
If you are making a mini one it should be based on his son, or a different character like chewbaccaQuote

18-01-2016, 12:08:21

Wraith
A Kylo Ren build would be cool.Quote

18-01-2016, 12:15:12

Kilbane
Quote:
Originally Posted by WYP View Post
If you are making a mini one it should be based on his son, or a different character like chewbacca
Quote:
Originally Posted by Wraith View Post
A Kylo Ren build would be cool.
I think the issue with that would be finding suitably recognisable images for a Ren build. Short of the lightsabre and his mask, nothing really pops out yet. Need more inspiration in that regard.Quote
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