The Fractal Define R6
Devine intervention at 149 Euro/USD.
Meet the new flagship chassis from Fractal Design, the all-new Define R6 opens a new design era for FS, a very enticing chassis shows nice aluminum elements, tempered glass, a power supply compartment to hide your PSU, hidden drive and SSD cages and the ability to mount the most extravagant 420mm liquid cooling solutions. The R6 does all that whilst offering great airflow, and remains very silent. Fractal Design is back in all black (and white) with plenty of cooling options, great design, and aesthetics and is so big that it will even house most motherboards. This product is made with airflow and liquid cooling in mind to serve the more performance oriented PCs. You’ll be excited about storage, style, USB 3.0 options and even an integrated fan HUB.
As mentioned, the new R6 is made with airflow and liquid cooling in mind to serve the more performance oriented PCs. You’ll be excited about storage, style, USB 3.0 options and plenty of space to work in with some proper cable management options.
The chassis can hold multiple thick radiators up to 360mm and even 420mm in length. The chassis comes with three high-performance but silent threefold of X2 GP14 fans that are already factory installed, and that means good ventilation versus fairly little noise. You can tie the fans towards an internal fan HUB and control these fans with your motherboard. You will also spot removable fan filters, CPU cooler sizes limits of up to 185mm, a black paint job and a top I/O panel with four 3.0 ports, audio in/out, power button and led as well as a reset button. The chassis is quite innovative, the brushed aluminum based front door, for example, can be reversed (opens left or right). The chassis has six hard disk drive slots, that hold an HDD drive as well as SSDs, but and another two hidden trays can also hold and mount 2.5″ SSDs. And if you purchase an optional riser kit, you may vertically mount your graphics card as well. We’ll actually do that today. it is an interesting chassis alright.