Quote from Aerocool website: Supports ATX, Micro-ATX, and Mini-ITX motherboardsSupports CPU coolers up to 161mmSupports graphics cards up to 327mm There's a comprehensive review here on YouTube
If it was any thinner you wouldn't be able to fit mainstream PSU's which would limit options I assume. I actually checked the specks which say you can fit 2x140mm on front (instead of the 3x120mm. Think the benefit is the shorter height on this form factor.
Oh nice. I’m in the market to downsize my full tower setup, this could be just the ticket.
Looks like Kamikaze Pro from Gamemax.
Mini itx but 3x 120mm fans on the front? Sounds big...
It is a little suspicious. Looks like they did this in 2020 as well.
No its not. Tell me what has been updated in this one from the original Meshify C, and also explain the differences between this and the Meshify 2 Compact. They are different products that Scan seem to have miss titled? Maybe there is a tiny update with something insignificant but there is no mention of an update on FD's website. The new 2021 case is the Meshify 2 Compact as I linked.
This is a brand new model updated in 2021.
This is the old model as people have commented. The Meshify 2 Compact is here https://www.scan.co.uk/products/fractal-meshify-2-compact-black-mid-tower-chassis-w-dark-tint-glass-window-2x-140mm-fans-usb-31-c-at
Yes yes it's a great case, although it's always this price and always available...
It's a superb looking case and very well made, if you have an all in one cooler like most of us do nowadays then temps aren't so much of an issue anyhow, works a treat for my 10900k and rtx 3090 setup, don't listen to the haters
I Suppose so. But personally, great temps and amazing Airflow mean I can run a much quieter system. This is why I'd never go for this case. Although it has a very nice minimalist design
I have this case and echo all the others re: airflow - it's poor. My CPU hits around 75-80 degrees easily, when the same cooler + CPU in a previous case was averaging 60-70.
Phanteks P400 FTW
I'd agree but you still have to consider that Corsair still can't match NZXTs thick steel sheets. That I had a similar Corsair case and it is indeed very good for air cooling setups.
I've got the white version, and the build was extremely easy as you can remove all the panels during the build making this easier then a lot of my previous builds in Matx cases.
This has a larger footprint than most cases, so not exactly compact if that's that your after :o
I've got the suppressor F1. I really like the case apart from you struggle to fit anything bigger than a 92mm fan for cooling. The 80mm fans at the back aren't ideal but good quality ones at low rpm are quiet and when gaming they can blast a bit more, usually the GPU is noisier. Also you can fit a full size ATX power supply in this case.
I have this case and love it... can be tight but seriously good to get to everything
If this is your first then I would opt for a MATX case option, the cabling in these small boxes can be tight and you'll be grateful of the extra room
good deal due to the price, still poor design (in my opinion) as the front intake fan will now be able to draw air in properly. Sure you can blow air in via the top (good design there) but that it not be ideal as heat rises up , also will be hard for the GPU to get the air it needs. You normally use a fan blowing out there. But it's cheap so...cut a hole into the front panel, glue some mesh and you're good :D I'm still using a custom and ancient cooler master half x with 3x 24cm and 3x 14cm fans , I hat to cut into the inside for the extra fans to fit, cooling comes first for me , looks - don't really care.
Very nice case. Thanks
I think it's a great case for the price and looks really nice too
Not a great case got rid of mine and only paid £23
I have a PC with this case and its not bad tbh, the actual images they show for this make it look hideous but in the flesh its much better. It's plasticly and has an acrylic smoked side panel and nice spacey to build into. I had it because the room its in is fairly dusty and this has enough top and bottom air in with mesh and big raised feet keeps everything think cool and doesnt get dusty inside the case. It's nice to build in and sturdy enough for a budget case. I've built in a few hundred case designs over the years and for what it gives it's pretty good.
Agree, I still have three 3.5 in mine on top of two ssd’s for storage and backup purposes. Although- I did re-evaluate data which I really would want to keep and it was only around 64GB from my nearly half a century life....so...everything is relative...
Exactly, next build all I'll need is new block(s).
Looks great, I was thinking of doing a water-cooled SFF like the n200p. No doubt will change my mind a few times before I buy new parts though. Good point about the initial outlay, it's more of an investment into watercooling all your future builds (y)
It does, but I had wanted to do it for years, so it was my treat to myself at the start of Lockdown #1. The issue is your first loop needs everything, it's like building your first PC compared to building your second, when you already have parts to reuse. You order x metres of tube, and y connectors, only to find that you need another male here, another extension there, it took a couple of weeks because of that. Fortunately / unfortunately I was building into a new case, so didn't need to rush to get back online. You could do it cheaper, I used EK blocks, hard tubing and a distro, so you could save some time and money and get an easier loop for less, but I did it mostly for cosmetics and to learn the process, so wanted hard tubing and the distro.
Yeah... Id love to do a custom loop but the thought of spending that much on cooling instead of components hurts.
Would this fit 2x NVLiinked RTX3090FE cards in (with the right mboard of course)?
Think I spent £93 on my case (I wanted the white version). I love it, airflow is great, temps have been fantastic for my 3080, the RGB is classy, it has usb-c. I plugged in the CPU power cable into the motherboard and fed it through the case before mounting the motherboard because the fans at the top don’t leave much space (you could just remove the fan... but I’m lazy) (embarrassed)
I got this for my new PC and it's great! I've just cleaned it for the first time since setting it all up (about 3-4 months) and there was minimal dust on the parts inside the case. The front panel and the inner door style filter picked up most of it and there's a magnetic filter at the top. I bought 1 extra Purewings 2 fan seperately and have 2 at the front pulling, 1 at the back pushing and 1 at the top pushing. I went with this setup after reading up on the case a lot before buying it and it's worked out really well.
I have this case and have no complaints so far, highly recommended. If I can offer a tip its to feed through the motherboard power supply cable before you screw the motherboard down. I didn't have any issues with it but other people have so you may as well avoid the headache.
I had a perfect old system i7 3700k set up which i planned to use like this when i got a new system, sadly that PC died at the weekend, so looks like my new one will be my main system