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Is there any case smaller than Node 202 but have similar compatiblity.

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I want to build console style gaming pc with ultimate power which can give true 4k 60+ fps. I have Fractal Design Node 202 in mind but I want to know is there any other case which I am missing, whose volume is even less than 202.

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If you want something this flat, then there isn't (aside from those you can't buy easily like the S4).

 

23 minutes ago, fasauceome said:

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SG13B is quite big compared to the node 202

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1 minute ago, Jurrunio said:

SG13B is quite big compared to the node 202

It is shorter, but wider. Volume wise it is larger.

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4 hours ago, DhruvGhayal said:

I want to build console style gaming pc with ultimate power which can give true 4k 60+ fps. I have Fractal Design Node 202 in mind but I want to know is there any other case which I am missing, whose volume is even less than 202.

Silverstone RVZ-02 IIRC.

Its a  bit more compartamentalized but essentially ver similar to the node 202.


And that's about it.

 

But keep the CPU Heatsink size restrictions in mind!!

 

With both cases, an NH-L9 (a or i Version) is all you can get inside. THe x65 Version is too big, according to the Website.

Silverstone mentions 58mm - wich is like 7mm short.

 

So that limits the CPUs you should use.

 

I'd rather not use a 2700x but every other Ryzen should be fine, especially the 65W TDP ones.


For Intel, I'd stay away from them in such a build...

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On 12/9/2018 at 10:45 AM, DhruvGhayal said:

I want to build console style gaming pc with ultimate power which can give true 4k 60+ fps. I have Fractal Design Node 202 in mind but I want to know is there any other case which I am missing, whose volume is even less than 202.

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1dzRY3LLsXcDX5Qt5PvQOrAJhw0EK9Cy7UtQPdyRp6PY/edit#gid=0

 

Full spreadsheet of SFF cases

 

SG13b is 1 liter larger than the Node 202, RVZ01/02/03 is 4 liters larger

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On 12/10/2018 at 11:04 PM, TVwazhere said:

RVZ01/02/03 is 4 liters larger

RVZ01 and 03 are similar but 02 is completely different so there must be something wrong with your calculation/diagramm


And Silverstone also says thet the RVZ02 is 2 Litre smaller than 1 and 3.

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3 hours ago, Stefan Payne said:

RVZ01 and 03 are similar but 02 is completely different so there must be something wrong with your calculation/diagramm


And Silverstone also says thet the RVZ02 is 2 Litre smaller than 1 and 3.

I saw FTZ01 next to RVZ03 and read it as RVZ02 (dont ask me how)

 

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Also note OP if you scroll over tho the very right you'll see comments, a lot of cases dont list this but there's a max GPU thickness usable (most cards are fine but since the 20 series Nvidia GPU's launched, there are definitely more cards on the market now that cant fit

 

Also note in this snipit of cases, only the Node 202, the RVZ series and the Ncase M1 (for around $200) are the only cases that can hold over 300mm long GPU's

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3 hours ago, TVwazhere said:

I saw FTZ01 next to RVZ03 and read it as RVZ02 (dont ask me how)

 

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Hehe, happens :)

 

But you could throw in ML-07 also into the RVZ01/03 Mix.

They seem to use the same chassis (with slight modifications in some cases -> RVZ01 variants and RVZ-01E Variants aka with SFX and 3,5" HDD support and ATX w/o 3,5") with different plastic around it...

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