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Fractal Design Core 3500 Case

Fractal Design Core 3500 Black Case with Window, USB 3.0 & 3x140mm Fans

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Scan code: LN57981 Manufacturer code: FD-CA-CORE-3500-BL-W Request call
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Product Overview ractal Design Core 3500 is a wide body mid tower ATX case, High-performance features include superior liquid cooling potential with support for up to two 240mm radiators or a 280mm radiator.

Now featuring the option to have your Core 3500 case with a large fully transparent window allowing you to display your setup in style. Features • A remarkably spacious midi tower case with bottom-mounted PSU, designed for exceptional airflow and cooling.
• Brushed aluminum-look front panel with a sleek, three-dimensional textured finish
• Superior water cooling support, supporting one 240/280mm radiator in the front and a 240mm radiator in the top
• A large, tinted, acrylic side panel window to show off your build
• Featuring a 140mm rear exhaust fan for optimal cooling
• Total 6 fan slots with three Silent Series R2 140mm fans included
• Motherboard plate with 22mm of cable routing space behind it, for effortless clean installations
• Supports extremely tall tower CPU coolers, up to 180mm in height
• Featuring an integrated three-speed fan controller
• Multiple easy-to-clean dust filters designed into the case to help maintain a dust free interior
• Four vibration dampening hard drive trays for up to four 3.5" HDDs, all compatible with 2.5" drives
• HDD trays split into two cages and strategically positioned with a large space in between to support all long graphics cards up to a maximum length of 430mm in the top four slots, and cards up to 295mm in length in the bottom three slots
• Two additional SSD positions behind the motherboard plate

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Rated 4 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great Case for system builders. However...... Nice build design, Room for ssd's and hdd's. Alows for great cable management. Downside and defo worth upgrading are the fans supplied. You might as well have a door mouse trying to blow into the case to keep it cool. I would highly advise buying aftermarket fans (corsair do some really decent ones for a good price) Other than that - Sid-paneled which is always nice, plenty of room inside, decent storage space and great for cable management 18 December 2014
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