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    News - Fractal Design launches Node 804 Micro ATX chassis

    Designed with a focus on cooling performance and maximum configurability.
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    Re: News - Fractal Design launches Node 804 Micro ATX chassis

    I like the design, but having just moved from MATX to ITX
    370 x 307 x 412 mm is just way too huge!

    I'd like to see a similar, smaller design with ITX in mind.
    Great to see the variety of Cube cases coming out though

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    Re: News - Fractal Design launches Node 804 Micro ATX chassis

    I'm not always a huge fan of the smaller cases, but i think this looks awesome! Quite fond of Fractal, and this makes me think no different

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    Re: News - Fractal Design launches Node 804 Micro ATX chassis

    Quote Originally Posted by Lil-Diabo View Post
    I'd like to see a similar, smaller design with ITX in mind.
    Great to see the variety of Cube cases coming out though
    I suppose technically that's the 304...

    Personally I think this case might as well have been a full atx, it would really only add about an inch or so on to the height, it's not really that compact for a matx case.

    I'd rather they brought out something closer to the philosophy of the 304 for a matx motherboard than another variation of UFO/lian li cube case.

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