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Fractal Design Define Mini C TG Silent MATX Mini Tower Computer Case EXPIRED

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Newegg.com has Fractal Design Define Mini C TG Black Tempered Glass Window Silent Compact MATX Mini Tower Computer Case (FD-CA-DEF-MINI-C-BK-TG) on sale for $79.99 - $10 Rebate = $69.99. Shipping is free. Thanks sr71
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Our research indicates that this Fractal Design Define Mini C TG Silent MATX Mini Tower Computer Case (after rebate) is $19.50 lower (22% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices starting from $89.50. - brisar

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Crazy deal for a nice MATX case that just came out recently. Last month I paid 90 for an open box one...

Fractal Design makes high end stuff. Very solid, compact, and glass obv looks good. Sound deadener helps keep noise levels down, even with 3x ML120 fans and 1 ML140 which are known to be loud.

Thermals are also better than I expected - Im on a 7700k and GTX 1080 with a H80i cooler, and I dont even need to use the 2 top vents - Only 1 exhaust and 2x intakes (one bottom 140mm fan and the cooler uses 2x 120mm fans in push-pull)

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thanks for posting this deal repped
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Crazy deal for a nice MATX case that just came out recently. Last month I paid 90 for an open box one...

Fractal Design makes high end stuff. Very solid, compact, and glass obv looks good. Sound deadener helps keep noise levels down, even with 3x ML120 fans and 1 ML140 which are known to be loud.

Thermals are also better than I expected - Im on a 7700k and GTX 1080 with a H80i cooler, and I dont even need to use the 2 top vents - Only 1 exhaust and 2x intakes (one bottom 140mm fan and the cooler uses 2x 120mm fans in push-pull)
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I want to build a 8700k system when it comes out soon and I'm hunting for random parts beforehand to build little by little. This is a very tempting case. I like the understated appearance and prefer quiet cases.

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Finally a MATX case with some space savings. The Inwin 301 is more compact but has some cooling issues. IMO, full size ATX is unnecessary for most people.
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Finally a MATX case with some space savings. The Inwin 301 is more compact but has some cooling issues. IMO, full size ATX is unnecessary for most people.
I don't see the dimensions listed?
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I don't see the dimensions listed?


413 x 217 x 412mm (that is with feet attached)

http://www.fractal-design.com/hom...-mini-c-tg
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I'm old school. Wish it had support for 2 disc drives.
Lol, yeah I don't think that's coming back from case manufacturers

Just buy an external cd drive.
I bought an open box LG one on Amazon literally cost me just under 10 bucks and is actually better than the stock ones that come in OEM PCs. Plug and play.
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I would say, thermaltake has a same designed-case with tempered glass that 10 bucks cheaper (view 21) than this sale.
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I use n200 which is a godly micro atx case with room for a disk drive if needed.
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Anyone knows the size difference between this and inwin 301?
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It's so hard making a decision on a case. I almost bought this fractal design case for my new build. I ended buying this case https://www.google.com/search?q=r...x&tbm=shop
It's coming Monday. I can't wait I already have all the other hardware!
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Have the all-black silent version of this case. By far the most logically laid out and fun case I've built in. If you're on the fence about this one, buy buy buy.
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