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Fractal Design Node 605 Case Review
Author: Gabriel Torres 25,921 views
Type: Reviews Last Updated: November 14, 2012
Page: 5 of 7
The Disk Drive Bays
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The Fractal Design Node 605 case has one external bay for slim optical drives, which can only be installed if you not using a full ATX motherboard. Internally, the case has two hard drive “hangers,” each one supporting two 3.5” or 2.5” devices. There are rubber rings to reduce noise and vibration of 3.5” hard drives.

Fractal Design Node 605
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Figure 11: One of the hard drive “hangers”

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