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Fractal Design Meshify C White Tempered Glass Mid Tower PC Gaming Case - £91.49 Delivered @ Scan
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Fractal Design Meshify C White Tempered Glass Mid Tower PC Gaming Case - £91.49 Delivered @ Scan

£91.49£92.401%Scan Deals
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Posted 11th JunEdited by:"Midway"
Just been asked to do a build and used this case before and its not bad at all. Price is always up and down however its £79.99 at Scan and £92.40 on amazon or £91.49 if you have to ship from Scan. Lucky for me I don't need to ship.



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KEY FEATURES
  • Streamlined high-airflow design
  • The performance and capacity of a larger tower in a remarkably compact mid-tower size
  • Newly designed angular mesh front panel maximizes air intake
  • Tinted tempered glass side panel for a clean looking exterior with full interior visibility
  • Distinctive new styling with stealthy black-on-black aesthetic
  • Flexible storage options with room for up to 5 drives
  • Sturdy steel drive trays with vibration-dampening rubber grommets cushion hard drives for smooth, quiet and reliable operation
  • Two pre-installed Fractal Design Dynamic X2 GP-12 120 mm fans deliver optimum airflow with minimal noise
  • Open interior layout creates an unobstructed airflow path from front intake to rear exhaust
  • Easy-to-clean filters on the front, top, and base with full PSU coverage and convenient front access
  • Full-length power supply shroud conceals drive cage and excess cabling for unrestricted airflow and a clean looking interior
  • Up to 35 mm of space behind motherboard plate with grommeted pass-throughs for clean cable routing
SPECIFICATIONS
  • 3.5" or 2.5" Drive capacity - 2
  • Dedicated 2.5" drive capacity - 3 (maximum 2.5" drive thickness is 12mm)
  • Expansion slots - 7
  • Motherboard compatibility - ATX, mATX, ITX
  • Power supply type - ATX
  • Total fan mounts - 7
  • Front fan - 3x 120 or 2x 140, 1x Dynamic X2 GP-12 included
  • Top fan - 2x 120/140
  • Rear fan - 1x 120, 1x Dynamic X2 GP-12 included
  • Bottom fan - 1x 120
  • Side fan - No
  • Dust filters - Bottom fan + PSU, Front fans, Top fans
  • Front radiator - 120/240/360mm, 140/280mm
  • Top radiator - 120/240mm (max component height on motherboard 40mm)
  • Rear radiator - 120mm (max width 125mm)
  • Power supply depth limit - Maximum 175mm recommended
  • Graphics card length limit - Max 315mm with front fan mounted
  • CPU cooler height limit - 172mm
  • Cable routing - 15-35mm space
  • Cable routing grommets - Yes
  • Fixed velcro straps - Yes
  • Captive thumbscrews - Right side panel, SSD brackets
  • Left side panel - Tempered Glass
  • Case dimensions (LxWxH) - 395 x 212 x 440mm
  • Case dimensions - with feet/protrusions/screws - 409 x 217 x 453mm
  • Net weight - 6.5 kg
  • Package dimensions (LxWxH) - 543 x 295 x 484mm
  • Package weight - 7.9 kg
PACKAGE CONTENTS
  • Meshify C TG Dark Tint computer case
  • User manual
  • Accessory box
  • Top filter
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12 Comments
That's a nice looking case
79.99 at amazon
I hear good things but I'm honestly not a fan of that front!!
Very very nice case I own one paid £65 for it on black Friday
Been looking at a new case, saw this and the other meshify version, s2 I believe! People saying this is too small and the other is too big? Anyone had any thoughts or experiences?
I have the Fractal r3. Great cases and from what I see they have only gotten better. V. Good deal
Have the black model of this case and it's great, easy to build in with loads of space, nice shroud for the PSU. Included fans do the job nicely. Not a fan of the white but good deal.
Laurynas_Misevicius11/06/2020 14:08

Been looking at a new case, saw this and the other meshify version, s2 I …Been looking at a new case, saw this and the other meshify version, s2 I believe! People saying this is too small and the other is too big? Anyone had any thoughts or experiences?


I have recently built a system in the Meshify C and it was a tight fit for everything I wanted in there.

Some of things I don't like about the Meshify C:

The front panel is a PITA to remove to be able to get at the foam filter
You couldn't make this a push-pull system at the front
Once a board is installed getting the front panel connectors through is a pain, esp USB
I wanted to mount the AIO in the roof but this was impossible as it conflicted with the Corsair RAM being too big
The glass panel on the four screw mounts is a bit 'naff'

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Would I buy this case again? Yes! But I'd scrap the AIO and go for a big air cooler like a Noctua. The fact I had to mount the AIO to the front also limited what GPU I could install and I've mounted a Gigabyte 5700 XT but as you can see, there is hardly any clearance between the end of the card and the AIO fans.
Oh, and with a 750w PSU installed, there isn't room for all the cables (at least not without a major fight) and the HDD drive cage.

I've removed the drive cage to make my life easier and am just using the 3 x SDD mounts that sit behind the motherboard tray.
I have the mini (matx) version of the meshify c. Really like it. Great airflow keeps everything cool. Build quality is great but like /
Els1e
pointed out there are a few things that are a bit meh. 41058231-jlJIn.jpg41058231-Bi6Ya.jpg
I recently moved from the Meshify-C to a Lian-li Lancool II... much better IMO, has some great features.
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