Fractal Design, a company that has been around since 1996, is back with their latest case, the Define S2. The new design is an update to their popular Define series and will be available in white, black, red, and silver.

The fractal design define s2 manual is a mid-tower case that was just released by Fractal Design. It has the ability to support an ATX motherboard, three 120mm fans, and water cooling radiators.

The Define S2 mid-tower chassis from Fractal Design is the company’s newest Define series case, and it’s designed to make constructing PCs more comfortable than ever. Because of the additional room given to put the hard drives beneath the motherboard tray, which utilizes three hard drive cages to hold the 3.5′′ hard drives securely, the case is wider than typical mid-tower cases.

 

Except for a few minor differences, the casing is quite identical to the Define R6 Tempered glass version. The inside is large enough to accommodate extremely long graphics cards, tall CPU coolers, AIO coolers, and other components. It has the basic and simple design that has become synonymous with Fractal Design cases, both on the exterior and inside. At the front, it can handle up to 3x 120mm or 2x 140mm fans, as well as 1x 360mm/ 1x 280mm radiator. It can accommodate 3x 120mm or 2x 140mm fans at the top, with the exception of 1x 420mm radiator, which is very uncommon in mid-tower cases. Because of the chassis’ breadth, this is also feasible.

Although the casing is black on the inside and exterior, it comes in four distinct colors: Black-TG, Blackout-TG, Gunmetal-TG, and White-TG. A full-length PSU shroud covers and hides all the wires, and there are cable straps at the rear to keep everything together.

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Three Dynamic X2 fans are pre-installed, as well as a complete USB 3.1 Gen 2 Type C connector with vertical GPU compatibility. This case is designed to provide greater quiet, and it includes sound dampening materials to help minimize noise. “Bolt-free tempered glass provides an exceptionally clear interior view thanks to an elegant push-to-lock latching mechanism, and third generation ModuVentTM technology complements a generous application of industrial sound dampening to ensure your hardware is seen but not heard,” according to Fractal Design.

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“Whether you want quiet, efficiency, or pure water-cooled luxury, the Define S2 delivers.”

The case is now available for $149.99 through Fractal Design. The official Fractal Design website has additional information about the case.

 

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