Fractal Era ITX Review

Included Accessories

Fractal Era ITX Review

Included Accessories

The Era ITX is a premium case design, and this is justified by the case's aluminium frame, premium I/O options (which includes USB 3.1 Gen 2 Type-C) and the enclosures wealth of optional extras. 

For starters, ever Era ITX case ships with two top panels, a premium wooden or tempered glass panel or an airflow-focused meshed panel, giving PC builders an extra level of consumer choice. On top of this, Fractal has also shipped this case with PSU mounting brackets for both ATX and SFX sized power supplies. Fractal's extra PSU mount could have been an optional/premium extra, but giving it away with the case adds a lot to the Era's versatility. 

In addition to these extra case options, Fractal also ships this enclosure with all of the PSU, motherboard and HDD screws that users will require, as well as a set of five cable ties to ensure your cables are properly managed. Fractal has also shipped this power supply with an integrated 80mm fan, which is designed to push hot air out of the rear of the enclosure.  
 

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Most Recent Comments

18-03-2020, 10:14:55

AlienALX
It's gorgeous, but yeah needs that perforated bottom panel. IDK why they didn't do that ffs.Quote

18-03-2020, 20:23:09

Bartacus
Hardware Canucks ripped it pretty good too. Making sure the bottom can breath apparently helps, but it's not a good design.Quote

18-03-2020, 20:34:37

AlienALX
Shame because it's beautiful and fairly priced.

I hope they fix this. Ncase and Dan case are so expensive.Quote

18-03-2020, 22:08:50

NeverBackDown
Ncase isn't much more. You pay for itx you mine as well get it done right.Quote

19-03-2020, 17:50:39

AlienALX
Yeah I had that wrong. It's the Dan Case and the one with the "hats" that are really expensive. My buddy has an Ncase. I got to have a play with it when we had the LAN night last fall.Quote
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