- Product manual
- Remove case filters
- Convert case standard to storage layout
- Change from solid to ventilated top panel
- How to remove top radiator bracket
- Alternatives to mount MultiBracket in case
- How many accessories do I need to fill the case with drives
- How much space is there for a front mounted radiator in storage layout
- E-ATX motherboard support
- Will the Meshify 2 panels fit the Define 7?
- Compatibility with Define R6 accessories
Frequently asked questions
- What is the difference in tint on the glass panels?
You can find an article displaying the different tints on this page.
- My case did not come with the optical drive bracket mentioned on the product page and in the manual. Where is it?
The Define 7 has a multifunctional optical drive bracket that also functions as a fan bracket from purchase. This video shows you how it's mounted, and how to convert it to ODD-usage.
- How do I remove the HDD-cage from the case?
This video explains how to relocate or remove the HDD-cage in the Define 7.
- How does the fan hub in the case work?
The Nexus+ 2 fan hub is a PWM fan hub which distributes the signals from the main header to the rest of the fans, making them go at the same percentage of their maximum speed.
The main header is marked in the manual, and on the hub, it's marked as FAN1. This needs to have at least 1 PWM fan connected to it in order for you to control the fans on the hub, considering it's the only header that receives and sends signals to the motherboard. It does not need to be the CPU-cooler connected to the header, but it has to be a 4-pin PWM unit. You don't have to connect the hub to the CPU_FAN header either, but have it on a 4-pin PWM-header(avoid the AIO_PUMP header, since it's sometimes set to run at 100%).
It is not possible to control the fans on the hub separately. They will all be run at the same percentage.