Fractal Design create Tempered Glass versions of their Define C series cases

Fractal has released Define C and Define C Mini tempered glass versions

Fractal design create Tempered Glass versions of their Define C series cases

Fractal Design create Tempered Glass versions of their Define C series cases

 
Fractal's Define C chassis is an interesting departure from the norm, where an excessive number of drive bays and other features would go unused, making premium cases large, bulky and cumbersome. 

  
The Define C is a chassis that can hold a full ATX system and has a minimal design, replacing unneeded features like optical bays and excessive HDD space with water cooling options and a more compact form factor than many other ATX chassis designs.   

This chassis has already received an OC3D Innovation award when we reviewed its standard, non-tempered glass, version at the end of last year. Now fractal fans have a new chassis option that offers a huge side window, which is perfect to view your new system. 

Fractal design create Tempered Glass versions of their Define C series cases

 

Fractal's new Define C TG and Define C Mini TG have MSRPs of $95 and $90 respectively. EU and UK pricing has not been confirmed at this time. 

 

You can join the discussion on Fractal Design's new Tempered Glass Define C version on the OC3D Forums.

 

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Most Recent Comments

03-08-2017, 08:35:16

looz
I asked them if the tempered glass panel will be sold separately since to be frank the windowed panel in my original Define C is a bit disappointing.

Answer I got was that they may or may not be developing an upgrade kit. On Facebook they mentioned that they're working on backwards compatibility.Quote

04-08-2017, 12:04:13

AngryGoldfish
This case should have always come out with tempered glass. I really like Fractal, but releasing this now is a little weird to me.Quote

04-08-2017, 12:35:39

tolagarf
Not too happy about design. It would had been so much better if they added hinges on the backside, would have been so much easier to handle. Also the black patterns around the bolts really makes it looks weird.Quote

04-08-2017, 13:11:34

NeverBackDown
Don't get the fad with tempered glass.
Rather just stick with the cheaper yet exact same functioning plastic.Quote

04-08-2017, 13:21:55

Bartacus
Scratch resistance I guess?Quote
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