If you’re building a new PC and are aiming for the mITX form-factor, chances are good that you’ll be placing this PC out in the open, for everyone to see. That being the case (no pun, of course), you no doubt want it to look good, and be reasonably easy to install in. Fortunately, Fractal’s NODE 304 hits the mark on both accounts.
Building a small yet powerful PC has never been easier, thanks to the increasing popularity of feature-packed mini-ITX motherboards. They’ve never been more attractive, either, as Lian Li’s PC-Q12 mini-ITX proves. So, let’s dig in and see if the chassis’ features are as attractive as its aesthetics.
With mass storage being available at reasonable prices, the desire to build home servers, NAS boxes and so forth has never been stronger. Some might choose the pre-built NAS route, but for those pro-DIY, Fractal Design has its Array R2. Interested in a mini-ITX chassis that can support up to 6 hard drives and 1 SSD? Read on.
If on the search for a great-looking gaming chassis that’s also portable, NZXT might have you covered. Their “SFF” label might be a bit of an understatement though – this case is far from being small. Despite that, it looks good, offers a whack of functionality and is definitely worth a look.
The “Mozart” name implies style and grace, and the Mozart home theater PC case certainly offers elegant styling. But is its beauty only skin deep? Here’s an in-depth look at this popular home theater PC case from Thermaltake.
|Fractal Design NODE 304 mini-ITX Chassis Review||Ryan Perry||January 24, 2014||Cases, HTPC/mATX|
|Lian Li PC-Q12 mini-ITX Chassis Review||Greg King||June 5, 2013||HTPC/mATX|
|Fractal Design Array R2 mini-ITX NAS Chassis Review||Greg King||August 31, 2012||HTPC/mATX|
|NZXT Rogue SFF Gaming Chassis||Colin Huckstep||January 18, 2008||HTPC/mATX|
|Thermaltake Mozart VC4000 HTPC Case||Rory Buszka||July 9, 2007||HTPC/mATX|
|Antec NSK2400 HTPC Case||Rory Buszka||March 30, 2007||HTPC/mATX|
|NZXT Duet||Rory Buszka||January 31, 2007||HTPC/mATX|
|Logisys Janus Case||Rob Williams||March 1, 2005||HTPC/mATX, Mid-Tower|