Fractal Design launches its newest Define series case which is the Define S2 mid-tower chassis which is focused on providing more comfort in building the PCs than before. The case is wider than most of the mid-tower cases, thanks to the extra space provided to install the hard drives behind the motherboard tray which uses three hard drive cages to hold the 3.5″ hard drives firmly.
The case is very much similar to the Define R6 Tempered glass edition except for a few noticeable changes. The inside is vast to install very long graphics cards, tall CPU coolers, AIO coolers and much more. It brings the plain and simple design both from outside and inside that is now the hallmark of Fractal Design cases. It can support up to 3x 120mm or 2x 140mm fans at the front or up to 1x 360mm/ 1x 280mm radiator. At the top, it can support 3x 120mm or 2x 140mm fans but with the exception of up to 1x 420mm radiator which is very rare in mid-tower cases. Again, this is possible due to the width of the chassis.
The case is black both from inside and outside, however, it is available in four different variations:- Black-TG, Blackout-TG, Gunmetal-TG and White-TG. The case also features a full-length PSU shroud to cover and hide all the cables and some cable straps at the back to hold the cables together.
The case comes with pre-installed 3 Dynamic X2 fans, full USB 3.1 Gen 2 Type C port and support for vertical GPU installation. This case is particularly aimed at more silence and thus it comes with sound dampening materials for reduced noise. Fractal Design says, “Bolt-free tempered glass offers an exceptionally clear interior view thanks to an elegant push-to-lock latching mechanism, and Third generation ModuVent™ technology complements a generous application of industrial sound dampening to ensure your hardware is seen but not heard.”
“Whether your aim is silence, efficiency, or sheer water-cooled extravagance, the Define S2 hits the mark.”
Fractal Design has priced the case at $149.99 and is available right now. You can check more info about the case on the official Fractal Design website.