Fractal Design Introduces ‘Meshify C’ Mid-Tower Case
Ron Perillo / 6 years ago
The embargo just lifted on Fractal Design‘s latest Meshify C mid-tower chassis. It is a bit of a departure from Fractal Design’s usually reserved and plain look, as the Meshify C features not only a weird name but a geometric pattern front mesh. It appears to be the spiritual successor to their extremely popular Define C series.
Fractal Design Meshify C Features
Like most mid-tower cases these days, the Meshify C comes with a tempered-glass side panel. Only on the left side however, since it has to maintain competitive pricing. The right side has a standard SECC steel cover. Like the Define C, the new Meshify C has plenty of airflow and fan mounting options. This includes up to two 120mm or 140mm fans at the top and up to two 140mm or three 120mm fans at the front. For water-cooling enthusiasts, this translates to a front 360mm radiator and a top 240mm radiator support. Users can also mount a 280mm radiator at the front since there are mounting holes for 140mm fans.
In terms of component clearance, the lack of HDD cage ensures that the graphics card is unhindered. Maximum VGA card length supported is 315mm, while the CPU coolers can be as tall as 172mm. There is plenty of room behind the right side panel for cable management as well. Specifically, 15 to 35mm of clearance with cable routing grommets and velcro straps available for convenience. A full coverage PSU shroud is at the bottom for hiding unsightly extra cables.
Pricing and Availability
The MSRP is set at £80 GBP and it should be available worldwide soon. For more information, visit the product page at: http://www.fractal-design.com/home/product/cases/meshify/meshify-c