As is the usual with Fractal cases we have a simple cardboard package of brown and black. There is a simple picture of the case on the front along with the name of the case and a url for Fractal Design. On the back we can find a piece by piece diagram of all the different parts of the case along with a list of detailed explanation of what each part is for in multiple different languages. Again we can find the url for the Fractal Design website, I think they want us to visit!

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On the inside we find a shipping setup that is common among cases. The case is tucked away safely inside of a plastic bag to keep the finish from getting tarnished before we have a chance to flaunt it. The case and the plastic covering is inside of foam shipping compartments to keep it from getting damaged by the Harlem Shake.

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Inside we can find the a simple user’s guide with installation help and information. Also inside the case we find quite a few bags of different screws and things that may come of use when hooking everything up. Among these are standoffs for the motherboard, zip ties for tidy cable management, and screws to be used on the outside of the case that are able to be screwed and unscrewed without the use of a screwdriver.

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garfi3ld replied the topic: #29691 01 Mar 2013 21:16
Today we took a look at the Define R4 from Fractal Design, have a great weekend!

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