Fractal Design previews the Node 804, a cubish Micro ATX case that will hit the market in May for 99.99EUR ($109.99).
The Node 804 is a micro ATX chassis which focuses on cooling performance and maximum configurability, all packed in an interesting new form factor with Scandinavian elegant design.
The dual chamber layout separates hot running components from the cooler ones and allows for unrestricted airflow over the motherboard, processor and graphics card.
The case comes with three excellent 120mm fans but can be upgraded with several additional fans if needed.
Featuring plenty of options for placing water cooling components, tall heat sinks and hard drives.
The flexibility of this case really gives the users the possibility to create their optimal system build.
Highly effective dual chamber case layout for best possible cooling.
Minimalistic design with an elegant brushed aluminum front panel
Unique hard drive mounting system, fitting up to 8 x 3.5?, 4 x 2.5” or up to 10 x 3.5”, 2 x 2.5? drives HDD/SSD
Three Fractal Design Silent Series R2 fans included with the case and space for an additional 7 fans.
Excellent water cooling support with space for up to 4 radiators simultaneously.
All intakes feature removable dust filters providing a dust-free interior.
Featuring a window side panel to show off your set up in style.
Additional space in the front to mount a slim optical bay drive and 2 x 2.5? drives.
Fan controller included.
Five expansion slots that allows for multiple GPU setups.
Micro ATX and Mini ITX motherboard compatibility
8 - 3.5? HDD positions
2 - 2.5? dedicated SSD unit positions
2 - Extra positions for either 3,5? or 2,5? drives
5 expansion slots
10 - Fan positions (3 x 120mm Silent Series R2 fans included)
Filtered fan slots in front, top and bottom
CPU coolers up to 160 mm in height
PSU compatibility: ATX PSUs up to 260 mm deep
Graphics card compatibility: Graphics cards up to 320mm in length. Graphics cards up to 290 mm in length may be installed if a fan is installed in the lower position in the front.