Fractal has announced two new cases that feature space for 3x120mm, full-thickness radiators in their roofs, as well as a new white version of the compact mini-ITX case the Node 304.
The Fractal Arc XL is a new ATX case that, as well as featuring space for a top radiator, has - like previous Fractal cases - a removable hard drive bay to allow for a 2x120mm radiator in the front. SSD mounts are also included on the back of the motherboard tray and the front fan filter panel pops out with a press. Crucially, despite having room for so many radiators, the case isn't overly large with dimensions of 232 x 572 x 552mm.
As for the Fractal Arc Mini 2, this micro-ATX case includes fully removable drive bays - both HDD and optical - allowing for that top mounted radiator and a 2x120mm radiator in the front. The radiator mount is also offset in front of the motherboard to keep the overall case size as compact as possible, with dimensions of 210 x 405 x 484mm. Two SSD mounts are again inlcluded on the back of the motherboard. For accessing the top radiator it's a simple case of siding off the top filter section.
Joining these two water-cooling centric cases is a more stylish addition in the shape of an all-white version of the mini-ITX Node 304. This case is fairly minimal in terms of features but includes support for two expansion slots, ATX power supplies, a 120mm rear mounted fan and an 80mm front mounted fan.
The Fractal Arc XL
The Fractal Node 304
We're awaiting confirmation of prices for all three cases but the Arc Mini 2 we expect to be £69.99. All three cases will be available imminently.