Fractal Design Node 202 Mini PC Case Shown - Computex 2015

Fractal Design Node 202 Mini PC Case Shown - Computex 2015

Fractal Design Node 202 Mini PC Case Shown - Computex 2015

Fractal Design Node 202 Mini PC Case Shown - Computex 2015

 

Fractal Design is showing off loads of it's latest wares at Computex 2015, with one of their most interesting items being a new case called the Node 202, a mini PC case which would make an ideal Mini PC, console killing HTPC or a Steam Machine.

This case has the ability to be exceptionally slim, while still being able to accommodate a full length graphics card, a Mini ITX motherboard up to two 2.5mm hard drives. 

 

Fractal Design Node 202 Mini PC Case Shown - Computex 2015

Fractal Design Node 202 Mini PC Case Shown - Computex 2015  Fractal Design Node 202 Mini PC Case Shown - Computex 2015  

  

The dimensions of this case are comparable with today's consoles, measuring in at 377 x 84 x 330mm. This case is able to hold a full size GPU with the help of a PCIe Riser card, though we would recommend that you use a GPU with a blower fan design in order to get good thermal performance. 

CPU cooler can be up to 56mm tall and the power supply unit used in this case must be of the ultra small SFX form factor. The Node 202+ version of this case will come pre-fitted with a Fractal 450W SFX power supply with 80+ bronze certification, which should be ideal for most use cases.   

 

Fractal Design Node 202 Mini PC Case Shown - Computex 2015  

The Fractal Node 202 will cost $79.99 when it launches later this year and the Node 202+ will cost $139.99.

 

You can join the discussion on the Fractal Design Node 202 Mini ITX Case and all Computex 2015 related news on the OC3D Forums.

 

 

Fractal have been showing off their Node 202 and Node 202+ Mini ITX cases at Computex. Might make a nice console killing...

Posted by OC3D on Tuesday, 2 June 2015
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02-06-2015, 07:28:11

barnsley
Yay rebadged silverstone cases. Oh well, fractal and silverstone isn't the worst combo you could have.Quote
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