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  • Fractal Design Core 3300

    Plus

    • Comes with two 140 mm retail fans
    • Loads of space for liquid cooling
    • Can hold up to five 2.5 and three 3.5" drives
    • All-black sleeving
    • Lots of space behind motherboard
    • Two dedicated SSD mounts behind motherboard tray
    • Wide chassis for excellent CPU cooler compatibility
    • Dust filter across entire underside
    • Long GPUs should fit in combination with a full HDD panel if you show it some tough love
    • Big thumbscrews to hold ODD drives
    • Black and white look

    Minus

    • No rubber grommets on motherboard tray
    • Simple 2.5" slots on board tray not accessible once system has been assembled
    • Long GPUs may get in the way of HDDs
    • Cable mess is difficult to contain
    • Simple interior
    • No USB 2.0 adapter

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    Fractal Design Core 3300 Review

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    https://www.hardwareheaven.com/2014/08/fractal-design-core-3300-case-review/

    Conclusion Performance was tested using the i7-4960X and ASRock X79. The case fans used are the hydraulic bearing, 140mm models provided as standard with 1000RPM speed. Radiator Compatibility from Fractal Design: Front –30mm thick 240 or 280mm radiator: 15mm fan spacing required for full fastening, radiators with 20mm fan spacing can be used with only the top half fastened to the case. (Radiators of any thickness may be used if all 3.5″ positions are empty). Top – 30mm thick 240mm radiator (with no components on the upper 11 mm on the motherboard that are taller than 38mm). Top – 30mm thick 280mm radiator with slim fans. Rear – 120/140 mm radiator. [kml_flashembed publishmethod=”static” fversion=”8.0.0″ movie=”https://www.hardwareheaven.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/fractal-core-performance.swf” width=”640″ height=”360″ targetclass=”flashmovie” wmode=”opaque”]  [/kml_flashembed] Overall we have found the Core 3300 to be an impressive entry to mid-level case. The build quality is decent with a solid main construction. Yes the front panel is plastic, but it isn’t flimsy and is finished well. It is also easy to remove giving us quick access to clean fans and filters if required. Elsewhere on the design we get plenty of flexibility on the range of components we can install. As the images above show the case is more than capable of taking some fairly hefty radiators and we could for example add in an E-ATX board, Radeon 295X2 with its radiator, 240mm CPU liquid cooler and a couple of SSDs. Hard to complain about that. Our only note on that config is that the E-ATX boards do cover the wiring holes a little so flat cables are beneficial on the PSU we choose. The other design aspect worthy of note is the drive install. Having two 2.5” locations behind the motherboard tray is ideal. The column at the front of the case seems oddly located though. We like it as a concept but having it hang down at the other side of the 5.25” bays would make wiring so much easier and tidier. Actually, Fractal could have easily designed the column and case so we could choose which side to attach it. In terms of performance we get reasonable airflow in the default configuration and the Fractal Design fans are low noise. So all good there. We can of course add plenty more airflow ourselves from both 12cm and 14cm fans but the key aspect of this case is its pricing. At £56 ($75) it is hugely impressive in its flexibility and so wins our value award. Price: Dabs.com – £56.61