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Need case that fits in Node 304

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Hey guys

Time for a new case for me. I am currently using the FT-03 mini but starting to show its age biggrin.gif

I'm looking at the Node 304, however will it fit a Kuhler 620 p/p without any modding/taking anything out? or is an air cooler better for this guy?

Edit: Found out Node 304 doesn't fit in Pelican 1510

Is SG07/SG08 the only case that fits in the 1510?

Thanks

- Sashi
Edited by xxsashixx - 6/30/13 at 10:40am
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Hey there, this case will definitely fit your 620 and in my opinion is probably more suited towards big air coolers - you'll get less noise that way as well.

Let it be noted though that if you want to stuff a big air cooler in there it can make it tricky for installing your drives if you have push or push/pull on the cooler.
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post #3 of 10
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Thanks for the reply however the Node 304 is now off my list.

I need to do something like this build:

http://www.overclock.net/t/1398692/build-log-tragbar-build-aka-airplane-carry-on-haswell-titan-z87e-itx

Is the SG07/SG08 the only case that will fit in the Pelican 1510? The node 304 is too big

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If the node is off of your list now I would suggest getting a thread title change and perhaps editing your posts or perhaps starting a new thread.
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Originally Posted by xyexz View Post

If the node is off of your list now I would suggest getting a thread title change and perhaps editing your posts or perhaps starting a new thread.

Done, do you have any suggestions for a case that fits though?
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GD08?
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GD08?

GD08 is even bigger than Node 304 @ 32L
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Pretty low though. Isn't that the dimension to consider for a suitcase?
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The Pelican can barely fit the SG07/SG08 @ 190 MM high, the GD08 is at 408MM high
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post #10 of 10
Hmmmn. Whats wrong with your FT03 other than age? It's small too,pack it on its side?
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