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Fractal Design Core 500 (Black)

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  • Excellent
    8 months ago
    Updated: 8 months ago
    + Cheap
    + quiet
    + Modular
    + Dust filter
    + Good and screws etc.
    + Place for full-size GPU
    - Cool with fans (1st included)
    - No sound insulation at all

    Small and easy to work with.
  • Perfect
    2 years ago
    Updated: 2 years ago
    Really good chassis is highly recommended!

    + Good ventilation
    + Easy to work with for its size
    + Quality
  • Excellent
    2 years ago
    Updated: 2 years ago
    Clever idea of ​​D3F putting dust filter on the outside. Easier to clean.

    Easy to assemble components and any unused cables are easy to stow away with cable ties on top of the power supply. Withstands full length graphics cards and tower cooler to the CPU. Would have liked the front USB ports on the side instead, but it is a matter of taste. Very stylish and stylish chassis.

    The only real criticism is that the plug on my EVGA 500 PSU is angled so that the cable is directed toward the front of the chassis. Must break the cable into a tight U-shape that might mean cable break over time. Another thing is the narrow space between the PSU and the motherboard that hinders the connection of the front I / O panel. Tweezers are recommended.

    Overall, a really good drawer at a good price.
  • Perfect
    2 years ago
    Updated: 2 years ago
    Excellent! Noctua NH-D15 fits to the millimeter with my asus Z170I pro gaming. Cool air flow and good that you can mount the SSDs on the page. Built a node 304 at the same time and had very problem of cable management and the hard drive assembly in it.

    A heads up: Graphics Cards with cooler which is a bit thicker than usual will suck in the dust filter that sits on the side. I put my dust filter on the outside of the chassis.