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Exceptional Build Quality and Materials.
Impeccable Fit and Finish.
Engineering and Layout Make Installation Easy.
Flexible Cooling Options With Provisions For Up to 8 Fans, Two HDD Bays.
One Removable Rotatable.
Excellent Cooling Characteristics For All.
Great cable management.
Good mix between style and simple.
Unique set of features.
Plenty of space for cable management.
Space for eight HDDs.
240 mm radiator fits into ceiling.
Both 5.25 bays can still be used when installing a 240 mm radiator just keep things slim and short.
Rubber mounted hard drives.
Only One USB 3.0 On Front I/O Despite Cable and Room For Two.
No USB 3.0 adapter for use on USB 2.0 mainboard.
Side opening has no dust filter.
Fans not the quietest.
By X-bit Labs on April 16, 2012
The abundance of functionally identical elements with different design (disk guides, fasteners, fan filters, chassis feet, etc.) make us suspect that Fractal Design is still trying different solutions in practice in search of the best one. The...
By Expert Reviews on March 04, 2012
A quiet yet cool case that looks the part, but just a little extra cash buys a much better case...
By Kitguru.net on January 22, 2012
Today we are looking at the Arc MIDI chassis, which is one of newer offerings from Fractal Design. We have looked at other cases from Fractal Design in the past and they have proven to provide high build quality at an affordable price.The new...
By Hardware Canucks on January 17, 2012
Fractal Design’s Arc is billed as a new take on the classic inexpensive mid tower design and from the looks of things, it does differ quite a bit from the competition. With an extra wide body, a massive number of fan mounts and a great looking...
By Legit Reviews on December 27, 2011
Fractal Design has a winning chassis with the Arc Midi Computer Case. The Swedish company produces a quality product in the grand fashion of many things Swede today....
By Missing Remote on December 20, 2011
We are continuing our reviews of Fractal Design cases today with their Arc Midi mid tower desktop case. We have previously reviewed the Core 3000, Define Mini, Array R2, and Define XL. Like the other Fractal Design cases, the Arc Midi features a...
By Hi Tech Legion on December 20, 2011
If you took the name off the Arc Midi Tower, you would still immediately know that the case in front of you was a Fractal Design product. All of the earmarks are there. However, with the Arc Midi Tower, Fractal Design has not fallen into self-parody...
By PCWorld New Zealand on December 19, 2011
Fractal Design has quickly made a name for itself as a purveyor of fine PC cases, and it’s always a pleasure getting a new model through our doors for testing. The latest model is the ARC midi tower case in black. It is roughly the same size and...
By Hardware Secrets on November 10, 2011
The Fractal Design Arc Midi provides virtually all features the savvy user is looking for on a case. It could cost a little less, but we believe that the user who buys this case will be making a good choice.Strong PointsAir filters for the power...
By Computeractive on October 28, 2011
It may look a bit plain on the outside but plenty of thought has been put into the Arc Midi's design and it has impressive features...
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