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Fractal Design Pop Air RGB Case Review

Pop Air PC Case by Fractal Design

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Hardware Installation and Clearance Compatibility

Pop Air

  • Internal length: 420 mm.
  • Internal height: 335 mm.
  • Internal depth: 175 mm (to the glass).

Front mounted:

  • Front : 2x 120/140 mm (2x Aspect 12 RGB included).
  • Radiator support for Up to 280 mm.

Rear mounted:

  • Rear : 1x 120mm (1x Aspect 12 RGB included).
  • Radiator support for 120 mm.

Top mounted:

  • Top : 2x 120/140 mm.
  • Radiator support for Up to 240 mm. (max 46 mm RAM height)


Pop Air

Power Supply:

  • There is no removable plate for installing PSU.
  • 250 mm Clearance for Power Supply installation. 170 mm without removing the hard drive cages

Video Card clearance:

  • There is 400 mm (440 mm without front fan) clearance before reaching the front fan mounting area.

CPU Tower coolers:

  • CPU heat-sink height clearance is about 185 mm from the motherboard to the glass.
  • Large CPU back plate cutout.

Putting together the system was pretty quick and easy. There aren’t any surprises that I have encountered with this case. The only challenge with the AIO system here was the placement of the radiator. since the radiator I have is a full size 240mm, it did not fit right on top of my RAM modules. If you have a low-profile radiator, they would work on the top of this case. The AIO here I am using is Thermaltake Water 3.0 240 ARGB.

Besides this little issue, I really don’t see anything difficult with this case. Cable management could be better in this case, but it is possible to make clean cabling with what was provided.


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