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The Define R4 is made by a sound-absorbing materials, it allows up to 8 HDD's, big graphics cards and a lot of fans. The R4 features an USB 3.0 port and fan controller in the front panel.
Space for eight hard drives.
Excellent cable routing possibilities.
Great paint job.
Two USB 3.0 and USB 2.0 I/O.
Dust-filter for all intake-fans.
Two fans included.
No possibility to install 3.5" drives out of the box.
Only 3 settings for fan controller.
By LanOC Reviews on March 02, 2013
Fractal Design made a name for themselves with the original Define and they have continued to somehow manage to find ways to improve on the design 3 more times up to the R4 that we have here today. The styling of the case hasn't changed much really,...
By TechPowerUp on December 19, 2012
The Fractal Design Define R4 has taken the R3 and successfully fused it with the backbone of the Arc chassis. The newest revision adds USB 3.0 support, a new front panel design, and more options for fans.
By Vortez on September 17, 2012
Overall I’ve been very impressed with R4; improving on an already successful product is no mean feat but Fractal Design appear to have hit the nail on the head, pricing helps to reinforce this by being very competitive at £90inc.
By LegitReviews on September 11, 2012
The Fractal Design Define R4 is an ultra-modern day looking mid-tower chassis that can accommodate just about anyone’s computing needs effortlessly, I would like to add that Fractal Design expands on the Define R4 chassis by...
By Atomic MPC on August 24, 2012
At first blush, there’s not a lot to separate previous Define cases from this newest, R4 iteration (gallery here). We’ve always liked Fractal Design’s work, especially when it comes to building quiet cases, but it’s always felt...
By TweakTown on July 23, 2012
The Fractal Define R4; what's not to like, really. On the most basic level, the Define R4 is sleek, sexy and is an elegant looking addition to any environment, even in the living room, next to the TV. On top of that there is the fact that this...
By Bit-Tech on July 20, 2012
If you’re less inclined to push your hardware to its limit though, or just want a case with a little more refinement to it, the Define R4 is a great choice and a worthy successor to the Define legacy.
By tweakers.net on March 03, 2013
Voor mij de eerste keer dat ik een duurdere kast koop. Was even schrikken toen ik hem binnen kreeg. Als jeen beetje beeld hebt van een gemiddelde midi-tower van ca 40 euro is dit...
By review-center.de on August 14, 2012
Wie bereits mit dem Define XL, stellt Fractal Design auch mit dem R4 ein qualitativ hochwertiges Gehäuse vor, welches allen Ansprüchen gerecht wird. Neben der vorteilhaften Schalldämmung bietet das Gehäuse Funktionen, die man sonst ehe
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