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Fractal debuts Node 304 chassis

Case maker Fractal Design has launched a new compact chassis that is sure to appeal to purists out there, as it's a stark white, boxy little thing. However, it's got some keen features including a modular interior and advanced cooling for such a little design.

It's called the Node 304 and is able to accommodate up to six storage drives, though if you don't go all the way and max that out, you'll be able to remove the spare ones and fit an extended GPU in there or simply use the extra space to increase interior airflow.


However, cooling shouldn't be a problem, as the Node comes equipped with three hydraulic bearing fans and has enough room at the back to accommodate tower CPU coolers or single fan water cooling radiators. There's even space at the back for a full ATX power supply, though no guarantees that those of you with giant kilowatt+ units will be able to cram it in there.

Other features include dust filters on all intake fans, USB 3.0 ports on the side, along with microphone in and line out headphone jacks.

KitGuru Says: Interesting looking little case. Very minimalist and almost Apple like in its styling. 

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