Fractal Design "Need Your Voice" NODE 804 Testing and Review

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  1. Lihan

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    Dear Fellows

    This is Lihan from Fractal Design. We would like to hear your voice of our chassis now. ;):leet:

    We are about to offer 10 Fractal Design NODE 804 review samples, our latest two-chamber cube case, for you to test it out!

    The rules are simple, fill up the form and tell us the reason why do you want to try the NODE 804 or change your current case into NODE 804, then you can bring this amazing case home.

    Of course you may keep the case after you done the review, as long as you agree the following the conditions: :D
    1. Build up a fully function system with NODE 804
    2. Post the review on at least one forum (with at least 5 pics with your built, 5 paragraphs and a list of pro's and con's)
    3. Provide the review link within 3 weeks
    4. Must be a resident of Australia


    NODE 804 Test it OUT Application!!
    ***Entry closing on the 31/08/14., don't miss out the chance. ;)
    More info about NODE 804

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  2. gazza30

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    I'm in

    Nice! classy lil case :thumbup:
     
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  3. headin2001

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    Just signed up. Will be a killer little case with some water!
     
  4. Ratzz

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    I'm in :thumbup:
     
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    Dears~~Let me know that you are in by replying here. ;)
     
  6. trackhappy

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    If I were in the market for something like this I'd definitely be keen. But alas, I need something that'll hold lots of hard drives, so I'm looking at an R4 or something like that.

    For what it's worth, I have a first-gen Antec Nine Hundred with 5 years or so worth of corrosion from being in a high humidity environment. Does that count? :lol:
     
  7. juzz86

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    In Lihan, thank-you for the opportunity :)
     
  8. broccoli

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    I was looking at getting this case. For a smallish compact design, this holds quite a lot of drives (the same as a mid-sized case, not a whopper).

    That's why I liked it, not enormous, but still can fit lots of stuff. And it looks beautiful. :thumbup:
     
  9. OnGsTa

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    Saw this case the other day, looks like exactly what I need to replace my Fractal Define R3. Fingers crossed and best of luck to all. :thumbup:
     
  10. Muddy Funster

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    This is looking good, I'm up for a build.
     
  11. die_piggy

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    I am totally in! Was looking at this case to replace my file servers rack mount case. The form factor looks perfect for a home file server.
     
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  12. danyell

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    Cool design! please count me in, I've only had experience with one other FD case, my Arc Midi R2, but I am sure I could put an excellent review together that considered all significant features and functions. This looks like a neat, compact gamer or interesting, talking-point htpc base.
     
  13. Jimba86

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    Very cool case!

    I entered! :)
     
  14. Cynide

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    I'm in!
    Been eying off this and the Node 804 for a HTPC build.
    Awesome bits of kit!
     
  15. FqqTBawL

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    Entered. Looks like a smashing case to me!
     
  16. Paulie_AU

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    Fell in..... :leet:
     
  17. infamous_t

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    Long time lurker, but never been active on this forum... just read stuff I find interesting, particularly the watercooling & build log sections.
    I found this particular thread via Fractal's post on their facebook page :)

    Have been wanting to update my current HTPC to something a bit more capable.
    Loved the quality of my gaming rig's Define R4 XL I've had for the last few years, and have been thinking of the Node 804 the perfect companion to house my new HTPC.
     
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  18. ipv6ready

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    Well need a build a home nas... Got all the parts except the case
     
  19. maev

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    this'd be perfect for my situation. I'm in :thumbup:
     
  20. KanIbL

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    I'm interested to give one a try. Currently running a fairly compact NODE 304 system, but would love to add dual closed loop cooling systems (CPU + GPU) but there's not quite enough space in the 304, the 804 would be perfect for doing this with, and add extra space for more drives.
     

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