Home / Component / Cases / Fractal Design Node 304 Mini-ITX Case Review

Fractal Design Node 304 Mini-ITX Case Review

The Node 304 is supplied in a relatively compact brown cardboard box which is decorated in a simple black livery.  There is a large picture of the case on the front of the box.

Turning the box around reveals a list of key features alongside a diagram illustrating them.  The box itself feels good quality and should provide a good deal of protection for the case in transit.

Inside the box, we find all the screws required for installation, alongside a comprehensive installation guide and a warranty notice.

Check Also

Lian-Li launch Alpha tempered glass cases and Bora RGB fans

Out of sight, out of mind is no longer the only way when it comes …

  • Joe

    Looks like quite a nice case, fair review.

  • Drivechain01

    I was hoping to get one since it was released last year, but they are near impossible to find.
    I think it’s good to see more micro cases supporting your standard ATX PSU – I have yet to see a PC which has actually had more than 3 HDDs at a time.

  • Drivechain01

    I bought one of these and have a couple notes to make: I put in a GS600 and it has to be fitted upside-down, there is virtually no room for the cables, screws on the back are not the same as screws for the HDD trays, the big fan at the back makes more noise than my laptop, and it looks extremely awesome next to my subwoofer!
    It is one headache to put together.