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    Fractal Design Define Nano S

    An ITX case for liquid-cooling enthusiasts.
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    Re: Fractal Design Define Nano S

    Looks to be a certain lack of tidiness in the cabling around the back (just like my builds!)

    This is a nice design but I would make a couple of changes. I would make it marginally wider to allow for 180mm fans and slightly taller to allow for a couple of fans up top but I think it could be modded to allow for that in any event.

    My ideal case for m-itx watercooling would have cool air fans forcing air over top of motherboard (over hot vrms and memory) so I would prefer to invert motherboard - I guess this could be done with this case

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    Re: Fractal Design Define Nano S

    There's enough radiator spaces for a decent setup using pre-filled liquid cooling loops - a 240mm radiator in the roof for the CPU and a 280mm liquid cpu cooler attached to the GPU with a bracket should give great cooling and be dead simple to put together

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    Re: Fractal Design Define Nano S

    Anyone on here built with one of these?

    I'm looking at sticking an x570 board, 3xxx or 5xxx series CPU and an RTX 3060Ti or RTX3080 Founders in there.
    Its been a looooong time since I have looked at AIO cooling and never water, but thinking a downsize and upgrade is overdue and given this has a window I want a bit of something to look at and it be tidy..

    No RGB need apply

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