Fractal Design Define R3 Chassis Review

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Annoyance

After reading the May 2011 magazine I did a little more looking at the NZXT H2 that's going to be holding My Server Hardware, This bad boy poped up in a Review on Youtube. After watching the review about Fractal Design Define R2 Vs. NZXT H2 I Headed over to fractal-design.com and found this Review, witch by the way is far way better then the NZXT H2.

8x HDD Trays was what I needed and the HDD trays are better then NZXT H2, also the Patent pending ModuVent™ design is Awesome and better then NZXT H2. This is exactly what I needed and all I wanted Thanks Again Maximum PC.

Now all I need are more SATA Ports.

Long time Reader and Listener keep up the good Work, Also love the Magazine Layout.

 

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nels0991

This is a really nice looking case.  Was any indication given of where or when it can be purchased in the US?  I see a company online selling it out of Canada, but they want $50 to ship it.  Kinda painful for a $100 case.

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Trooper_One

Comparing top-of-the line cases against each other is fine.  But how about puting in a low end generic case in the mix for a even wider picture?

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Cleaver

Is there any chance that the review for the NZXT Phantom will be put up on the website?

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Khoiboi

I have the january issue right here and my god is that chassis beautiful T,T I had already purchased an NZXT case prior to the review and i'm very glad it earned a nice review.

Back on topic, Maximum PC doesn't make money off our comments. if every review was published for free on the site, no one would buy the magazine.

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nedwards

That whole roundup is scheduled to go online early next week. 

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Cleaver

So full disclusure: I already got myself a Phantom from Newegg and i freaking love it. Drawbacks are: that it is heavy, and (for me at least) it was a little tough to get the hard drives in the brackets provided. 

But I expect to subscribe to the magazine soon anyway, so it all good all around. 

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