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Boitier Fractal Design Node 304
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- Nombre de baies internes:6
- Fonctionnalités du boîtier système:Contrôleur de la vitesse du ventilateur
- Cartes mères prises en charge:Mini-ITX, DTX
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Périphérique d'alimentation:Pas d'alimentation, Poids:4.9 kg, Largeur:25 cm, Profondeur:37.4 cm, Hauteur:21 cm, Logements d'extension:2, Interfaces:2 x USB 3.0 Š 1 x casque téléphonique Š 1 x microphone, Baies d'extension:6 (total) / 6 (libre) x interne - 2,5 po./3,5 po. partagé
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Une valeur sûre en perspective.
Peu d'option de ventilation par contre (deux 80/92 et un 120/140 à l’arrière).
Pas non plus d'emplacement pour lecteur/graveur .
Hormis cela , il est petit , sympa esthétiquement (ça reste important si c'est pour le mettre dans le salon !!) et surtout il peux engloutir 6 disques malgré sa petite taille (Parfait donc avec la ASRock Z87E-ITX qui est une des rares carte-mère ITX à embarquer 6 ports SATA) .
Rien à dire de plus.
Attention à la longueur de l'alimentation.
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The inside is a little cramped, but as are just about ANY mini-itx cases. It also has all the available drive space anyone needs: 6 HDD/SDD mounting points. It also supports the mounting of a 120mm liquid cooling kit, which is great because with smaller cases, things can get a little toasty. The case also comes with Fractal Designs super silent fans, 3 90mm fans in front and 1 140mm in back. I honestly had trouble hearing these fans, even with them on high speed settings. A CPU fan is much louder than any of the case fans included in this guy. The inside of the case also includes a dozen or so spots for cable ties and wire management--a nice, thoughtful touch in a case this size.
My gripes: 1) No option for a ODD. I knew that going in, but oh how I wish I had an option to get this case with a slot for a blu ray drive. You'd think that FD would know that these cases are going to be used for HTPC on occasion...why not include an optical drive bay?? :( 2) Price. I was able to get this case for under $80, which I didn't think was too bad. However, most of the time, Amazon sells the case for its MSRP, which is $100. That seems a bit pricey for a case that isn't made of brushed aluminum (it's made of steel and plastic). To be frank, I'm not sure I would've sprung for the case @ $100. 3) Holy sweet mother of God...I've NEVER(!) experienced thumb screws screwed in as tightly as this thing had. These guys must employ former Mr. Universe contestants just to screw on their thumb screws. Yikes!
AMD A8-6600K APU
ASRock A88X-ITX+ board
4GB x 2 Patriot Viper 3 RAM
FSP 350w SFX power supply
1TB Toshiba HDD
120GB OCZ Vertex3 SSD
2x 500GB Samsung 2.5" HDD (leftover from laptops)
Corsair H55 Quiet Edition liquid cooling kit w/Noctura 140mm-120mm fans (Corsair fan was ridiculously loud)
LG 16x Blu ray burner drive connected via a SATA to USB 3.0 adapter
Bad: Fractal Design saved a penny by making threads right in the sheet metal instead of using good sturdy backing for the screws.
Hence it's very easy to strip threads (Cover screws, MB mounting stands).
Would be nice to add a carrying handle - the box is bulkier and harder to move around than one might think.
Looks discrete and minimalist. The inbuilt fans are of good quality.
I just wish the white version had white mesh covers instead of the black but it is not a huge deal.
1) It's cute and minimalistically cool.
2) You can fit a full sized graphics card.
(I have an Nvidia GTX 970 'blower style' card installed.)
3) It's a small form factor pc.
4) It can fit a full sized CPU air cooler like a Cooler Master Hyper 212 Evo.
(That writes off a lot of small form factor pc cases that can't house such a cooler.)
5) It has dust filters on all intake vents.
6) The motherboard lays horizontally, so there's no strain on installed GPU or CPU cooler.
7) Three included fans that can be set to high, medium and low settings, without having to connect to motherboard.
8) You can install a modular ATX power supply but use a short one (140mm) if you plan to install a full sized graphics card.
1) No option for internal optical drive.
(I use an external USB one, when rarely needed.)
2) You may find it a tight squeeze connecting some connectors to motherboard, plan ahead.
(For me, it was a tight squeeze to connect the front panel connectors to the motherboard. The PSU and CPU air cooler got in the way.)
3) The front panel -may- eventually break a plastic tab if taken off repeatedly for fan filter cleaning.
(It hasn't happen yet, but I've only taken the front panel off 3 or 4 times.)
4) The blue power light bleeds through side plastic button and front/side panel gap.
5) The PSU could be closer to side - allowing more room in back of PSU for power cables next to GPU, and exhaust air from PSU would be more likely to vent from side.
6) The case has about 2 mm clearance from the surface that it sits on.
(That makes me wonder if the PSU is getting enough air from bottom intake. You may want to raise it up by placing coins or washers underneath the case's feet.)
7) Unlike a traditional vertical ATX case, you can't hide cables behind a motherboard panel. See advice below.
1) If you plan to install a full sized GPU, buy either a small form factor PSU or a shortened ATX PSU.
2) To reduce internal clutter, buy a short cable kit. This will also improve air flow from front to back.
Overall, I am happy with this purchase, and there's no case out there, right now, which I would rather have.
So the minor quibbles are:
1. no optical drive support, even a slim slot load only one. I'll likely "Dremel" out a slot in the top (front to back) where one of the internal storage drive brackets is, so an optical drive could be mounted in one of those brackets, and the disk would then be slid in from the top, like toast into a toaster.
2. If you use a full-sized atx psu that is a full 160mm front to back, especially a fully-modular one, the wires coming out of the front of the PSU are almost certainly going to interfere with a full-sized GPU. However, there is nearly an extra cm of room on the other side of the PSU, between the wall of the case and where the 120AC cord extension from the case plugs into the PSU. That space does come in handy for cable routing and cable management in general, but much of it may not be essential, especially as opposed to putting in the monster GPU that you want. So possible mod is to re-position the PSU mounting bracket, a minor mod actually. The PSU mounting bracket is held to the case by 3 screws into threaded holes in the case floor/front. Remove the screws, move the bracket apx 1cm closer to the side wall, leaving just enough room for the AC power extension cord. 3 new holes could be drilled and threaded in the case (or super adhesive used, or spot welding, or the screw holes in the bracket could be made into slots so you could leave the screws in place but still move the bracket... your imagination will abound with solutions), without affecting the aesthetic(since the one in the front is hidden by the front cover, and the other two are on the bottom), so the bracket could be re-secured in the new position.
3. the on/off button and front-panel usb3/audio ports are in the lower right corner, whereas I prefer them somewhere near the top. While the front cover can be popped off and rotated 180-deg., the 2 mounting posts/holes are not in the same positions at the top, as at the bottom, so you cant just pop it back on upside down, despite plenty of cord length to the ports. Having both pairs of posts/holes be in the same positions so the face could be placed upside-down would be that extra little cherry on the top of an already amazing ice-cream sundae.