At 210x440x399mm (8.3×17.3×15.7") the Define C is a fair bit smaller than your average ATX case. The size does limit the GPUs the case can fit somewhat, though there are few GPUs longer than a foot so you should not feel too limited. You can fit up to seven fans or there is space to mount large radiators on the top and rear, a front radiator can also be installed if you remove the drive cages. The Tech Report gave the Define C high marks in looks and design, especially as both the windowed and non-windowed models sell for well under $100.
"Fractal Design's latest Define case, the Define C, promises ATX expandability in a mid-tower that's no larger than some microATX cases. We put the Define C to the test to see whether Fractal's fat-trimming added any compromises on the way."
Here are some more Cases & Cooling reviews from around the web:
- Fractal Design Define C chassis @ Guru of 3D
- Fractal Design Define C @ techPowerUp
- Fractal Design Define Mini C Windowed Edition @ Modders-Inc
- Fractal Design Define Mini C Case @ Kitguru
- NZXT S340 Elite ATX Case @ Benchmark Reviews
- Thermalright Le Grand Macho RT CPU Cooler Review @ NikKTech