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[CeBIT] Fractal design introduced the new NODE 804

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Links : http://nl.hardware.info/nieuws/39165/cebit-fractal-design-introduceert-node-804

 

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Fractal Design shows an interesting new case this CeBIT. In Hanover the Swedish company's new Node 804 showed a micro-ATX case with lots of internal space, extensive cooling capabilities and a surprisingly modest price - the appearance is like we are used from the brand, neat and unobtrusive. 

 
Hardware.Info Who Magazine # 1/2014 has read, knows that we were pretty excited about the Node 304 Fractal Design, a mini-ITX box with despite the modest dimensions much installation space and according to our test results, excellent cooling. Node so that now gets a bigger brother, the 804. This significantly larger enclosure accommodates micro-ATX motherboard, two long graphics cards, up to eight 3.5 "hard drives, two 2.5" disks or drives, a full-size ATX power supply and a slim-line optical drive for those who can not do without optical.

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Very interesting case IMO. discuss...


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wowowowow man dont spam the feed with too much news 


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Posted · Original PosterOP

wowowowow man dont spam the feed with too much news 

News everywhere :D 


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News everywhere :D

theres only so much news people can take in :P 


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Damn, that is sexy


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theres only so much news people can take in :P

Theres more to come so prepare yourselfs!


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It looks like a better looking Bitfenix prodigy but with a standard side mounted mobo tray. Airflow looks a lot better than in the 304.


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Does anyone else feel like they want to turn their head 90 degree to the left when looking at that third photo.

 

Intresting layout does anyone have dimensions on it?

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I'm really digging the split cases that have been coming out sense the air 540.


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Good for a small-form factor video editing build. Plenty of room for storage, space for multiple GPUs, and a RAID card.

 

Come to think of it, this would be a good game streaming box. Throw two GTX 780's in there along with a ton of storage and stream games over the network.


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what is that thing?!? quick burn it! it must be bigger than most midtowers while only accepting matx boards.


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FFFFFFFFFFFFFFF

I wish I knew about this before I bought the Air 540.

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Ehhh, needs dual 240 rad support to be interesting to me, i guess you can mount a monsta 120 in the other chamber or something.

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they should of go with a vertical psu, to make it even smaller

 

 

I've been looking for a microatx for a while, and nothing convince me, all are bigger than it should


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Ehhh, needs dual 240 rad support to be interesting to me, i guess you can mount a monsta 120 in the other chamber or something.

 

you can mount a 240 on either side in the roof, afaik.

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What is the space over the PSU for?


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Meh, don't like Fractal's cubes. They make alright towers, but their m-ITX and mATX boxes look uninspired and dull. BitFenix has them by the balls in that segment, both in class and edge.


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