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Fractal Design Node 804
9.4 out of 10

Fractal Design Node 804

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Fractal Design Node 804 Case Review

18 February 2015
  • Conclusion: As per the company's statement, the Fractal Design Node 804 is a clean, minimalistic design, ideal for environments where users require a good-looking but not extravagant case. Aesthetics are a subjective matter and users need to decide for themselves whether or not they like the Node 804, but we...
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Overall 10

Fractal Design NODE 804

5 December 2014
  • Summary: The Fractal Design NODE 804 is part of a small bunch of enclosures offering a cubed two-compartment approach. It competitors stem from the Corsair Carbide Air series or the Cooltek W line.
  • Pros: Well priced, Can hold a slimline ODD, Space for up to ten 3.5" hard drives, Two dedicated SSD placement possibilities in the front, Can hold a 120 mm tower cooler of up to 160 mm in size, Long GPUs and PSUs will easily fit, Excellent liquid-cooling possibilities, Includes 3 fans right out of the ...
  • Cons: Large cube for a mATX cube chassis, Only slot-loading ODD, No possibility to connect USB 3.0 to 2.0 out of the box, Embedded I/O in front would be better off attached to the case instead, for easier assembly, Not the smallest mATX cube chassis out there
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Fractal Design Node 804

28 November 2014
  • Conclusion: The Fractal Node 804 falls into a weird size category that gives you the impression it is smaller because of its shorter height and Micro-ATX size. But in reality with Fractal making it such a wide case you actually have the same internal size as most full sized cases but with less motherboard to...
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Overall 9
Design 10
Value for money 9
Performance 9

Expert Review

16 October 2014
  • Conclusion: I would like to thank Fractal design for sending the Node 804 in for review and look forward to seeing more from them in the future.
  • Pros: - Modular design, - Great functionality, - Decent Air/Water cooling support, - Plenty of room for hard drives, - Dual chamber design
  • Cons: - Not designed for full size ATX motherboards, - Some users may not approve of it only having support for a slimline optical drive
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Overall 8

Fractal Design Node 804 Review

17 September 2014
  • Conclusion: For all the talk of direct airflow, the dual chamber design of the Node 804 can hardly be said to equip it with stand-out cooling credentials. Cases with a more standard tower design, such as the Corsair Obsidian 350D, Fractal's own Arc Mini R2 and even the heavily insulated Nanoxia Deep Silence 4...
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Fractal Design Node 804

14 May 2014
  • Conclusion: The Node 804 is a micro-ATX chassis that makes clever use of space. Served up in a cube form factor, this sleek-looking box is dwarfed by traditional enthusiast towers yet, with the right components, will more than hold its own in regards to performance.
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Fractal Design Node 804 review: powercube

14 May 2014
  • Excerpt: The Node 804 looks rather special, but the most interesting thing about it is the way it looks on the inside. An innovative case from Sweden, put through the Hardware.Info tests.
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Fractal Design Node 804 Case Review

Hi Tech Legion
6 May 2014
  • Summary: Clearly, we are seeing companies working on making some new case designs and Fractal Design has certainly jumped into that mix with the Node 804. Fractal Design has built a cube shaped case that is a smaller form factor, though it does not fit into the typical mid-tower/full-tower classifications.
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Fractal Design Node 804

27 March 2015
  • Summary: Das Node 804 von Fractal Design kann sich in unserem Test größtenteils von seiner besten Seite zeigen. Mit einer hohen Verarbeitungsqualität und nur sehr kleinen Mängeln bei den mitgelieferten Lüftern punktet es in vielen Bereichen.
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Fractal Design Node 804

27 November 2014
  • Conclusion: Mit dem Node 804 erweitert Fractal Design konsequent das hauseigene Portfolio und bringt so ein Gehäuse auf den Markt, auf das wohl viele Kunden warten dürften. Schließlich bietet Corsair beispielsweise seit geraumer Zeit ein entsprechendes ATX-Derivat an, das seit längerem viel Interesse auf sich...
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