Fractal Node 304 Review

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Fractal Node 304  



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As we come to expect from Fractal, the Node 304 is a stylish & sleek case which is typical of the styling Fractal tends to adopt with all of their cases. With that in mind, the Node 304 is a case that is small enough to be placed almost anywhere in the home and not look out of place.
The front of the case features a brushed aluminium panel along side the Fractal Design logo, which is situated at the bottom right of the case.


Fractal Node 304     Fractal Node 304


Taking a short step back reveals a ventilated side panel, this is a feature we have come to expect with small form factor cases. The case is ventilated on both sides.

Fractal Node 304     Fractal Node 304


Situated on the right of the front panel is the power button along side 2x USB 3.0 slots, stereo and microphone jacks.

Fractal Node 304


To ensure the case has a degree of air-flow, Fractal have included a top ventilated panel at the front of the case, located just behind his are 2x 90mm Fractal silent series R2 fans.

Fractal Node 304


At the rear of the case we are presented with a 140mm silent series R2 exhaust fan, graphics card vent and fan controller.

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13-02-2013, 05:07:48

tinytomlogan
Today we will be taking a look at the Node 304 by Fractal. A Mini-ITX case that features the traditional minimalist Fractal design - aiming to appeal to those searching for a sleek & modern looking system that also provides enough cooling to handle modern hardware.

http://www.overclock3d.net/gfx/artic...155207741l.jpg


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13-02-2013, 06:16:46

BeyondNight
Not to be intruding or anything but i though the fractal fans in the case and the mounts were for 92mm fans not 90mm ? as i can only see the 92mm fan dimension listed on there site.

13-02-2013, 06:47:39

tinytomlogan
They are indeed 92 mate

13-02-2013, 15:04:39

One-Hand
Any chance you could remove the hard drive mounts and mod the case so a radiator would fit between the metal bars that are used for the drives?
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