Fractal Design Case FD-CA-NODE-202-BK
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- Featuring a sleek and elegant design that will fit in any space or room
- Extremely small footprint with a volume of only 10.2 liters
- A highly versatile case that can be set up both vertically and horizontally
- Supports Mini-ITX motherboards, SFX power supplies and graphics cards up to 310mm in length
- Provides a smart thermal interior design highlighting separate motherboard and graphics card chambers;Strategically placed air filters for a dust free interior
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Description for Fractal Design Case FD-CA-NODE-202-BK
The Node 202 is the ultimate PC case for those looking for a beautifully designed, compact chassis that can house a capable gaming build. This small footprint is an intelligently built unit where extreme detail was placed into the design phase to get every line and spec in perfect harmony. With both horizontal and vertical orientation possibilities, the Node 202 can be placed anywhere in the house. The sleek design makes it very attractive next to the TV in the living room or on your desk in the office. The internal layout of the Node 202 keeps the hot components separate and has them all placed in proximity of free-flow air so the case will run cool despite not having any extra case fans.
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|Item Dimensions (Length * Breadth * Height)||14.48 x 46.23 x 33.02 Centimetres||39.88 x 23.88 x 20.83 Centimetres||34.01 x 43.99 x 10.49 Centimetres||35.05 x 27.69 x 28.96 Centimetres||39.62 x 29.21 x 35.56 Centimetres||46.99 x 29.46 x 49.28 Centimetres|
|Item Weight||3.5 kg||3.18 kg||3.31 kg||4.4 kg||5.53 kg||7.21 kg|
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But, in general a great case! And not too tough to work in considering the form factor. PLAN YOUR BUILD!
Only real gripe is the non-removable dust filters...while they are technically removable they are not accessible without removing the top and bottom shell. But at least they are filtered, so kudos there.
Overall, 4/5 would build again.
My current computer is not the newest, but I wanted to put it all into a newer case. Nothing I play pushes the limits of what I have, so no reason to upgrade everything at this time. Setup: Asus Z97i-Plus. i7-4790K (not overclocked) with Cryorig C7 cooler. Crucial Ballistix 16gb ram with stupid huge heat spreaders. Corsair SF450 power supply. EVGA GTX970 SC. Intel and Crucial 2.5" SSDs mounted in the 202's SSD cage. If I had a choice, (had lower profile ram), I would have used a Big Shuriken 2 cpu cooler instead.
There is a top cover which is attached with 4 screws. The bottom cover is what many reviewers are complaining about, but I don't find it hard to remove or install. Just make sure you unclip the rear first, and tilt it off the front panel ports. The power supply and graphics card dust filters must be serviced by going through the bottom panel. There's are areas in front of, and behind the SSD cage to pass wires. There is room inside the SSD cage to hide the excess length of the SATA cables. There are MANY tie-down locations, and zip-ties were provided in the accessories bag. I've attached photos of how I routed my cables. I was going to make custom-length power supply cables, but the ones that came with the SF450 were actually pretty good, so I probably won't do that now.
The power led is obnoxiously bright white. I re-tasked this as my HDD activity light and re-aimed it slightly to the right, behind the lens to dim it a bit. I used a blue LED from my older case as a power light, and it matches my monitor's power light.
I was going to mount two 120mm fans under the graphics card, but I found that it wasn't getting very hot, even with the case horizontal. The fans never go above 70% on the video card.
* Roughly the size of an Xbox One (original)
* Will fit in a TV stand horizontally, but I keep mine vertical for air flow
* Sleek looking, can handle a full size GPU (1080 TI MSI Gaming X for me)
* Open air GPUs are fine and a blower GPU is not needed.
* Great to paint
* IMPORTANT: You cannot utilize TWO 120MM fans IF you utilize the GPU mount (which is often needed)
* The SSD cage is designed in a goofy manner and requires the SSD's to be flipped against one another, making the cables a pain to rout. Note: I actually removed the SSD cage to save space
* Cable management is a pain, but it is a small case so what do you expect.
* Have to remove the outer case to get to the dust filters.