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Fractal Design Node 605 Silent Home Theater Computer Case FD-CA-NODE-605-BL

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  • Solid aluminum front panel
  • Supports full ATX motherboards
  • Noise-dampening material
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Fractal Design Node 605 Silent Home Theater Computer Case FD-CA-NODE-605-BL + Panasonic UJ240 6x Blu-ray Burner BD-RE/8x DVD±RW DL SATA Drive (Black) + StarTech 6-Inch Slimline SATA to SATA Female/Male Adapter with Power (SLSATAADAP6)
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 21 x 17 x 10.3 inches ; 15.6 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 16.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B009LHF4F4
  • Item model number: FD-CA-NODE-605-BL
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 2, 2012

Product Description

The Node 605 highlights a minimalistic, sleek Scandinavian appeal which is designed to integrate into your home theatre equipment. Featuring a stunning exterior appearance accompanied by a modern, black interior with sound and vibration dampening materials, the Fractal Design Node 605 supports a full ATX motherboard as well as a graphics card up to 280mm in length. Cleverly hidden behind the access panel on the solid 8mm thick aluminum front panel are two USB 3.0 ports, a FireWire port and a multi-format card reader for multiple formats.

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Customer Reviews

Great case fits perfect on as my HTPC.
Satellite_no
This case is awesome but gets a bit tight around the drives as things go together.
Iry
Pros - Plenty of room for my components.
S. Nellis

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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Gregory Vandenham on February 19, 2013
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This is a nice case, but I wouldn't recommend this case for a first time builder. The front of this case is solid, sleek, very clean.

This case is a little different than the other matx or atx cases out there in that you need a slim dvd drive. This is also the main problem with the case. The slim drive can be difficult to mount. I found the screws included in the kit caused the drives cd tray rails to bind up. I ended up using a shim between the drive and the rails and only screwing one side of the rails to the case. In short this problem would be solved more easily with a slot load slim dvd drive instead. Also, remember you'll need to buy the adapter to convert the slim drive connectors to standard sata connections.

The other thing to remember is that this case has tight clearances. The power supply needs to be as short as possible (180mm) or shorter.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By X400 on June 18, 2013
Just a note on the video card situation, i've got a matx board in the case and am able to stick a powercolor 6970 inside without the hard drive bays being a hindrance and i've still got room to run cables, etc in front of the video card.
I don't think I'd be able to crossfire the 6970s (don't know who would want to in an htpc case) there is room between the card and the hard drives (if you mount the hdd facing the other way) but considering the width of the card i dont think 2 could fit
Second, The fan controller in the case has 3 Fan connectors but they only fit 3pin connectors (i bought 3, 4pin fans -_-)
I know Fractal includes 2 Fractal fans but even at high speed they're only pulling 40cfm (they're the FD Silent R2 fans) and that wasn't enough imo so I replaced them with some Cougar Vortex fans.
I contacted Fractal Designs about the 3pin connectors and I must say their customer service is amazing, they sent me a step by step email including pictures on how i could cut the 3pin fan connector to accommodate a 4pin fan which they said would work with the fan controller as they've tested it.
Instead of going that route though I found some 4 to 3 pin fan connectors online, even 3pin extension cables that could support a 4pin connector.
Also the molex connector for the fan controller, in my case, was loose so it was a big hassle getting it connected to the power supplies female molex
Third, The slim optical disc drive, Fractal supplies a mounting kit but no slimline sata connection to power your drive you'll have to buy that yourself you can find them online for as low as a dollar.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By S. Nellis on March 13, 2013
This was my first HTPC, but I've built several PCs over the years, so I'm fairly familiar with cases, and this one didn't disappoint. The threads of all the screws and screw holes were clean, there was no rattling after I got everything back together, all the internal pieces had appropriate clearance, the fan closest to the power supply had a cover, all rivets were firm, etc.

Some of the reviews I found noted a lack of airflow, so when I got the case, I also purchased a couple 120mm PWM fans and replaced one of the included 120mm fans in addition to removing part of the dust filter screens. I now have the one original fan running on Low and the other two PWMs controlled by the motherboard, and my phone says it averages around 37dB measured from about a foot in front of the case. We can hear the fans from the couch (12-14ft away) when the room is silent, but it's just a hum, and we never notice them when we're watching/listening to media. As with all computer cases, a bit of cable management goes a long way.

I'm just using the retail heatsink/fan combo with my Core i3-3220, and I'm seeing CPU temps of 30°C or slightly below at idle with peaks around 40°C during fairly high activity (applying 70+ Windows Updates in a row). It usually hovers around 33-35°C when streaming/decoding HD video for a few hours. GPU temps are similar.

Pros
- Plenty of room for my components. I got a standard ATX power supply (Antec EA-380D), a relatively short video card (MSI N640GT-MD2GD3), and a MicroATX motherboard (MSI H77MA-G43), and I had more than enough space for everything.
- Looks great. The brushed aluminum front fits in well with the rest of my components.
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By Jamien Flores on September 9, 2013
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Such a beautiful clean sleek design and very, very quiet. No complaints thus far. Perfect for your custom built home theater media device!!
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This case is perfect for my needs. I wanted something large enough for a full size GPU and PSU while still being shallow enough to fit in a media center. Other cases that fit these needs tend to be more square or only allow for ITX motherboards. There is a lot of room in this case, more than you'd expect. It supports up to 4 case fans and has a built in fan controller than can control up to 2 with 3 different speeds. The case itself is very sturdy and very stylish. Well worth the cost of the case. I also saved some money by getting it from amazon as opposed to other retailers. A great buy.
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