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#113504 18-Jan-2013 20:27
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My wife is planning a PC build, and has her heart set on the Fractal Design Define R4 with a windowed side panel.  However, it transpires that it isn't available for sale in the Australia/NZ region.  The windowed side panel is available individually via Amazon, but it turns out they won't ship it to NZ.  I know we could use Youshop and possibly get it via the US, but I was wondering whether anyone had a site to suggest where she could order this case or just the side panel, that will ship to NZ?

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  #749184 22-Jan-2013 22:18
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Is it different case to this one?



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  #749260 23-Jan-2013 07:55
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Nope, that's the one. You're a genius! We thought we'd looked everywhere! Thanks! :)

 
 
 
 


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  #750086 24-Jan-2013 11:34
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Try Computer Lounge, they were able to get me a Fractal Design Define Mini even though I couldn't find any listed in NZ at the time.
http://www.computerlounge.co.nz/

They have the R4 white with window listed, they can probably get a black with window from the NZ distributor:
http://www.computerlounge.co.nz/components/componentlist.asp?parttypeid=102&t=5



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  #750088 24-Jan-2013 11:38
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Thanks Ragnor, we've already been talking to CL. At first, they said they could only get the white windowed version, but after finding it on the Ascent website, CL now reckons they might be able to order in a black windowed version, but no word yet on price or availability. Would be good to buy all from CL, but if necessary we'll just order the case from Ascent.

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