We are big fans of Fractal Design cases here at CDW, and news has reached us from Fractal of a new series of cases launching in August called the Node series.
The concept behind the Node family is to provide a series of cases that can be integrated into your home, giving you both design and entertainment.
The unique and versatile modular interior design of the Fractal Design Node 304 compact computer case can be adapted according to specific needs and components. Featuring hybrid functionality, the Node 304 case is ideally used as a cool-running file server, a stylish and quiet home theatre PC or a powerful gaming system.
* Compact, modular interior
* Unique new modular mounting system that accommodates up to 6 hard drives
* Three Silent Series R2 hydraulic bearing fans included
* Excellent cooling for all components
* Fan controller for all fans included
* Filtered air intakes ensure a dust-free environment for internal components
* Accommodates tower CPU coolers and single-fan water cooling systems
* Accommodates ATX power supplies
* USB 3.0 for fast file transfers
* Minimalistic design with an elegant aluminum front panel
USD EURO GBP SEK
$ 89.90 € 79,90 £ 69,90 799 kr
This will be available in August.
Featuring a stunning exterior appearance accompanied by a modern, black interior with sound and vibration dampening materials, the Fractal Design Node 605 supports a full ATX motherboard as well as a graphics card up to 280mm in length.
Cleverly hidden behind the access panel on the solid 8mm thick aluminum front panel are two USB 3.0 ports, a FireWire port and a multi-format card reader for multiple formats.
* Solid aluminum front panel
* Supports full ATX motherboards
* Noise-dampening material
* 4 HDD/SSD slots
* Integrated card reader
* Two Silent Series R2 hydraulic bearing fans included
* Supports graphic cards up to 280mm in length (180mm with all hard drives in place)
* USB 3.0 and FireWire front connectors
USD EURO GBP SEK
$ 159 € 149 £ 119 1399 kr
This will also be available in August.Learn more from the Fractal Design website