Fractal Design North XL Charcoal Black TG Dark

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  • Enhance the look of your gaming station with sleek wood and alloy details
  • Designed for E-ATX / ATX / mATX / mITX motherboards
  • Choose a GPU up to 413 mm, or up to 380 mm with a 420 mm front radiator
  • Compatible with front radiators up to 420 mm and top radiators up to 360 mm
  • Get a head start on your build with the three included 140 mm Aspect PWM fans
Fractal Design North XL Charcoal Black TG Dark
Fractal Design North XL Charcoal Black TG Dark

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Specification: Fractal Design North XL Charcoal Black TG Dark


‎Fractal Design


‎North XL

Item model number


Item Weight

‎25.7 pounds

Product Dimensions

‎19.8 x 9.4 x 20 inches

Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎19.8 x 9.4 x 20 inches


‎Charcoal Black TG Dark

Computer Memory Type




Date First Available

‎March 6, 2024

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  1. Jacquelyn Thomas

    This is my first Fractal Design case, and I found the build experience to be excellent. This is the best cable management I’ve had with minimal zipties needed to secure cables to the cable management hooks (only 2, and both could be replaced with velcro if I had it on hand as the tie-down points are wide).

    The only complaints I have:
    – The front I/O is on the top and cannot be moved to a more accessible location for anyone who keeps their computer on their desk—this is a trend in modern cases that is typically a dealbreaker if not for the overall aesthetic of this case.
    – The wood in the front is glued into plastic channels rather than screwed, making them very difficult to remove without damaging the front panel. It’s unfinished walnut and I would have liked to have applied a polyurethane finish to it to help make the wood last longer and look just a little nicer.

    I also wouldn’t have minded a removable panel that goes over the MoBo cutout that one could attach an AIO hub to, but I found a spot for mine.

    I’m so glad someone is finally adding style to consumer-priced computer chassis instead of just making another transformer. I hope this starts a trend that eventually leads to designs that can be customized by the end-user (wood finishes, painting, modular panels, etc).

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