Announcement CES 2019 Giveway #2: Fractal Design Node 202 (x2).

branded_for_life

What's an ITX?
Feb 23, 2019
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this was the first sff case i looked into. budget constrains led me to buy matx instead. would love to finally make the step down!
 

Ravnos04

What's an ITX?
Feb 23, 2019
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Hey guys, after a ten year hiatus, I came back to the PCMR, but only slightly. I bought a prebuilt during the mining craze because it was cheaper than building my own. After building my own computer desk, I really want to do a SFF build because I am a minimalist person. The Node 202 really caught my eye and has always had a special place because it just seemed so fun to build in. Glad to join the community and looking forward to seeing your builds!
 
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theroarer

Cable Smoosher
Aug 28, 2018
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I’m in! I’ve been toying with the idea of moving away from my sg13 to this platform instead. Would be lovely to save some money.
 

d89don

What's an ITX?
Feb 23, 2019
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Come on boys I need something to replace my Elite 110. Had to Dremel it to even fit my RX480 in there and upgrade time is coming.
 

Bioforce

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Aug 31, 2018
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Excellent timing. I'm looking to replace my current 100.6 liter behemoth with an SFF build when the new AMD chips drop. Count me in for an entry.
 

mahtoman19

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Feb 23, 2019
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This special CES 2019 giveaway is sponsored by Fractal Design.


At the ZOTAC CES party, Fractal Design was generous enough to provide one winner with a voucher for their 58.8 liter Fractal Define S2 which I was ever so lucky enough to win. Yay!



Unsure how I could spin the S2 as a transport for up to 8x Dancase A4's, I kindly requested swapping the S2 out for something that I could instead raffle off to members our amazing community.

Fractal design was kind enough to understand my plea and provided us with not just one, but two(!) Fractal Node 202 chassis. I myself have built into this chassis and for the price, it's a terrific case to work with and it's dust-free thanks to the built in fan filters -something that even the best boutique cases have yet to offer.


As a result of Fractal Design's generosity, we now will provide TWO (2!) lucky winners of our community with a chanse to win the 10.2 liter Fractal Design Node 202.

The rules are simple:
1. Reply below to enter. If you're not already registered, simply register, and reply in this thread for a chance to win!
2. Only one case per winner. Maximum two winners.
3. You must use the case to further the SFF way of life.
4. The Drawing will end on the 28th and the winners will be announced once the anticipation has killed someone.
5. The package will be shipped as is -we are not responsible for any thief that wants to live the SFF life.



Good luck to all who enter!
Awesome! This case looks so cool and I’ve had my eye on it for a sff build.
 

Fitchew

Case Bender
Feb 2, 2019
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Recently assisted my brother in assembling a sff build in that case. I liked it very much, I would like to win one of this.
 

Kooki

SFF Lingo Aficionado
Mar 30, 2016
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Thank for the give away! :)

3. You must use the case to further the SFF way of life.
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5. The package will be shipped as is -we are not responsible for any thief that wants to live the SFF life.
In the unfortunate event where number 5 becomes a reality, I guess you also accomplished number 3 somehow. :v
 
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