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Fractal Design Arc Midi Case Review

Fractal Design Arc Midi Case Review

Fractal Arc Midi Case Review


The Fractal Design Arc Midi very much impresses from the moment it is unboxed. The classy aesthetics are matched with a solid feeling construction and the closer we look the more it becomes apparent that Fractal Design have put a lot of thought into this case.

We have a huge potential for component choice in the Arc Midi from 29-47cm graphics cards, 18cm CPU coolers, 12CM radiators, ATX boards, 8 SSDs/HD’s and so on. In addition to this the removable drive caddy, pre-installed dust filters and rubber PSU mounts all take this case to the next level when compared to cheaper models.

For performance the three pre-installed 14cm fans are ultra-quiet, even at 100% they are barely noticeable and the bundled controller allows us to tune them to our needs. For those who want a little more there is of course the ability to install a further five fans of various sizes, maximising airflow at which point the pre-installed dust filters will be appreciated. The inclusion of USB 3.0 is also a bonus.

At £74.99 Fractal have the Arc Midi priced appropriately, in fact we would probably say it could sell at an even higher price quiet easily. So all in all a well-rounded product.

The Arc Midi is a case which offers a little of something for everyone. From water-cooling for enthusiasts to 8 fans for those who need them. Even the use of extra-large components, 8 drives and some great build quality. The Arc Midi is our new favourite midrange case.

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Stuart Davidson

Stuart Davidson is Senior Editor at HardwareHeaven having joined the site in 2002.