Fractal Design Define XL R2 Pro Reviews
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"The Fractal Design Define XL R2, on the other hand, is quite literally just a Define R4 sized 120%. It is much more closely related to the Define R4 than the Define XL. Is this a bad thing? Maybe not, since the Define R4 is definitely one of the best cases in the market today. But for a full tower case, it is probably reasonable for me to expect more features in the Define XL R2, than just being bigger than its mid tower variant. For about $130 at press time, this full tower chassis is priced a bit lower than the original Define XL when it first came out. I did not find the first expensive for what you get, but for those who did, the Define XL R2 will offer even more bang for your buck."
"It’s safe to say that I really like the Define XL R2, that much is obvious. Yet I wouldn’t have one for my own system, it’s just too darn big to fit next to my pokey little desk, and it would just look silly in my living room. This isn’t for people who just want a quiet office PC even if it can be super quiet with all that sound proofing, this chassis is more about building an extreme system and that’s exactly what you’re going to be able to build within this case, with zero compromises. Yet even with all this performance and quality the Define XL R2 is priced at around £100, which is miles under the price tag of rival brands similar specification chassis, you simply can’t get anything close to this build quality for the same amount of money."
"Fractal is well regarded within the gaming community and the XL R2 won’t change that. If anything, this new case will expand their influence within the budget-focused full tower market."
"Overall we are very impressed with what the Fractal Design Define XL R2 has to offer. It’s clear that Fractal Design are targeting a fairly small market with this case as it competes directly with their own Define R4 which is slightly smaller and cheaper and is therefore better suited to those who don’t require the extra space."
"Fractal has done a great job building a chassis that looks great and support a range of components. It is definitely heavy, but you may find it worth the effort to bring to a LAN party to show off."