Give your rig room to shine with the black Define 7 Mid-Tower Case from Fractal Design. Intended to provide ample room and then some, this mid-tower case supports ATX, Micro-ATX, and Mini-ITX boards, as well as E-ATX motherboards up to 285mm. Users can configure the Define 7 in various ways, optimizing space for server-like capacity in Storage Layout or sticking with the default Open Layout, maximizing airflow. If opting for the latter, users can remove the installed front fan, allowing the case to fit GPUs up to 19.33″. With the front fan installed, you can still fit graphics cards up to 18.38″. GPUs up to 12.4″ are supported when both the front fan and HDD cage are installed. Additionally, CPU coolers up to 7.28″ are supported, as are power supplies up to 9.84″. The Fractal Define 7 also sports nine expansion slots, two of which are vertical. Furthermore, this case also features a 5.25″ external drive bay. And, in its default configuration, this case also holds as many as six 3.5/2.5″ drives with two dedicated mounting trays and four positions for 2.5″ drives. These options can be expanded by the user to accommodate as many as 14 storage drives in Storage Layout.
Featuring a steel frame and panels, the Fractal Design Define 7 case comes with three 140mm Dynamic X2 GP-14 fans installed, and supports up to an additional six user-installed fans. Thanks to liquid cooling support, users can also ditch the fans and opt for radiators instead, with models up to 360mm fitting on the front and larger radiators up to 420mm fitting to the top of the case using the default Open Layout. Optimized for quiet operation, the front, side, and top panels of the Define 7 are designed to reduce noise, and the top can be swapped out with the included ventilated top cover to provide greater airflow at the expense of noise isolation. The front I/O panel supplies users with four USB Type-A ports, two of which are USB 3.1 Gen 1 and two of which are USB 2.0. Additionally, this panel sports a USB 3.1 Gen 2 Type-C port and dedicated 3.5mm input and output. Constructed from anodized aluminum, the front panel sits on hinges, closing with a magnetic latch and opening to allow users to access the 5.25″ drive bay.