Fractal Define Nano S ITX Case Review
Published: 3rd February 2016 | Source: Fractal Design | Price: 54.99 |
The rear of the motherboard area is neatly laid out and among other things sports a couple of brackets for stealth mounting SSDs and HDDs. The bracket over to the left can hold a single 3.5" or 2.5" drive, while the one over the CPU cut out can hold a pair of 2.5" drives. Both the brackets are held in place by thumb bolts so are easy to dismount and mount as required.
Fractal have included some nice areas of detail, a sure indication that the design wasn't lead by an accountant, as it's details such as these that are usually first to disappear when the cost slashing pen is wielded.
The space behind the motherboard can be split vertically into roughly two halves, the first having a depth of 17mm and the second towards the front of the case a deeper 35mm. Either way, there's plenty of room back here and plenty of cable management options.