Gamdias Launch its New Talos E3 Mesh Series Cases

GAMDIAS has announced the launch of its Mesh version of the popular TALOS E3 mid-tower case available in matte black and snowy white. The TALOS E3 MESH Series Series surpasses its predecessors by not only maintaining the original compact design but also boosting airflow performance with an all-new 5.0 mm perforated front panel and 3 built-in 120 mm ARGB fans. In order to suit the needs of gamers and enthusiasts alike, this series offers a compact form factor solution that supports up to ATX motherboards and 360 mm AIOs. It also maintains its minimalist design with tinted tempered glass panels and a PSU cover.

Gamdias Talos E3 Mesh Series Cases

The Gamdias TALOS E3 MESH Series comes with a highly perforated front panel with 5.0 mm air vents and houses 3 built-in 120 mm ARGB fans—optimized to provide superior air intake, robust airflow to improve thermal regulation and to create an RGB visual feast. To show off your build, the series supports system-wide ARGB to compatible motherboards with lighting synchronization fully displayed by the perforated front panel and the tempered glass side panel.

The TALOS E3 MESH supports two 120 mm or 140 mm fans up front. Multiple mounting points for 360/280/240 mm radiators up front, and 280/240/120 mm radiator at the top. Designed with a compact form factor, the case offers the option to house up to ATX motherboards and VGA cards up to 300 mm. The interior configuration has ample room for cable management optimization and supports PSU lengths up to 150 mm.


  • Black and White Edition
  • 5.0 mm Perforated Front Panel
  • Sync with 5 V ARGB Motherboard
  • Tempered Glass Side Panel
  • 3 Built-in 120 mm ARGB Fans
  • Tool-Free Installation Tempered Glass Window
  • One Touch to Easily Switch RGB Streaming Lighting Style
  • Supports Motherboards up to ATX
  • Power Cover Design
  • Magnetic Dust Filter

Where Can I Learn More?

At the time of writing Gamdias has yet to confirm any specific regional release dates for the new E3 Mesh Series case designs, nor how much we can expect them to cost when they do arrive with retailers. – If you would, however, like to learn more about them, then you can check out the official product website links below:

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