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FRACTAL DESIGN Meshify C Blackout ATX Mid Tower PC Case £69.99 Currys
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FRACTAL DESIGN Meshify C Blackout ATX Mid Tower PC Case £69.99 Currys

£69.99£79.9913%Currys PC World Deals
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Posted 20th JanAvailable: National

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One of the nicer and more compact mid tower cases


Get great cooling performance and a remarkable amount of internal space for your components with the Fractal Design Meshify C Blackout ATX Mid Tower PC Case.

With an open ATX layout, there's an unrestricted airflow path from the mesh front through all the key components and out the exhaust, so overheating will never be an issue.

If you thought you'd need a full tower case to house all your components, the Meshify C Blackout offers loads of space for all your upgrades whilst having a compact footprint, so you won't need to worry about your PC taking over the room. It features seven fan mounts and multi-radiator liquid cooling capabilities - so you can always keep everything running at it's optimum.

The tinted glass side panel lets you show off what's inside without having to open your PC up, so you can always check on your key components as well as show off any LED components you've got.
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Bought one before Christmas for £79.99 grrr.
Good value at this price.
It is also available on eBay
Does it no have 3.5 hard drive slots as it only says ssd ?
Built in this last year, EVGA 2080 just fit, great case, good price, hot.
copystuff20/01/2020 17:50

Does it no have 3.5 hard drive slots as it only says ssd ?


It does it has 5.25 and 3.5 inch support
Jalala20/01/2020 17:55

It does it has 5.25 and 3.5 inch support



there specs on the site are useless when there not accurate
copystuff20/01/2020 17:50

Does it no have 3.5 hard drive slots as it only says ssd ?


It's got three SSD slots on the rear side of the panel the mobo screws onto and two HDD slots rather neatly concealed at the bottom of the case. The cable management is really good on this case as well. All neat and tidy. IIRC you'll have to sacrifice these if you want to use two front intake fans (one is fine though.

The airflow is really good (as I suppose you'd imagine in a mesh case). Personally I've stick to a single 140mm front fan - my build is just air-cooled and my OC'd 1070ti doesn't break a sweat

The front panel is exchangeable too (many colour options available, each about a tenner).
Edited by: "groovyreg" 20th Jan
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