The new Define 7 Compact takes the strongest features of the contemporary 7 Series design and places them in a conveniently compact frame.
Fractal Define 7 Compact Dark Tempered Glass Case
Save space without curtailing components, thanks to the Define 7 Compact Mid-Tower Case with solid black pannels from Fractal Design. Supporting ATX, micro-ATX, and mini-ITX motherboards, this mid-tower case features two 2.5/3.5" drive bays inside a drive cage. Two drive trays are also included, allowing you to mount 2.5" drives on the PSU shroud or behind the motherboard. Seven expansion slots can be used to install various adapter cards, including GPUs up to 14.20". If a front fan is installed, graphics cards up to 13.43" are supported. Likewise, with the drive cage and a front fan installed, power supplies are limited to 7.87", while CPU coolers up to 6.65" are also supported.
The Define 7 Compact Mid-Tower Case comes with two preinstalled fans: one 140mm intake fan, and one 120mm exhaust fan. Additional fans can be installed at the front, top, and bottom of the case for increased airflow. Or install radiators up to 360, 240, or 120mm at the front, top, and rear of the case. Front radiators with widths up to 5.71" are supported, and if the drive cage is removed, users can install a 120mm radiator at the bottom of the case, as well.
Utilizing a steel frame and side panels, the Define 7 Compact also features an aluminum front panel. The side panels feature a top-latching design, and the top panel can be swapped between a noise-reducing steel or a ventilated mesh panel, or removed completely for easy access. Keep your build looking tight thanks to easy-to-clean nylon filters at the front, top, and bottom of the case. Additionally, 0.67 to 1.10" of routing space, integrated cable guides, touch fastener straps, and a PSU shroud help you hide excess cables. Alongside a USB 3.1 Gen 2 Type-C port, the front I/O panel also incorporates two USB 3.1 Gen 1 and two 2.0 Type-A ports. Audio input and output ports are also present.