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Some features of this case include: a tinted tempered glass side panel, high-airflow design, angular mesh front panel, a power supply shroud to conceal drive cage and excess cabling, as well as front-access removable filters on front, top and base. Two Fractal Design Dynamic X2 GP-12 fans come preinstalled. -Corwin

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So can we call it one of the best micro-ATX cases? It definitely looks so, if it's as good as full size version. I bet this Mini is just as big as many other regular ATX cases, so don't buy it if you want a "small" case
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So can we call it one of the best micro-ATX cases? It definitely looks so, if it's as good as full size version. I bet this Mini is just as big as many other regular ATX cases, so don't buy it if you want a "small" case
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I got the Define Mini C TG, and I love it. Only issue for me, is that both the Meshify C and the Define series doesn't support long Asus Strix cards with radiator and fan. Just needs extra 15mm.

The chassis is excellent.
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I have this case and I like it. Not tiny but definitely smaller than ATX. PSU shroud is a PITA when building but looks clean.
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They need to make a Define Nano C TG.
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One of my PCs has the mini c regular. Which has that sound dampening panel on side and front. It is completely silent with the new h115i pro cooler and fits in a small tight space. I think if u get this its gotta be for space. Not for silence since the front is opened and the glass part is not sound dampening.
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I got the Define Mini C TG, and I love it. Only issue for me, is that both the Meshify C and the Define series doesn't support long Asus Strix cards with radiator and fan. Just needs extra 15mm.

The chassis is excellent.
I have been looking at this case for weeks and this is the main reason I have not pull the triggered. I already have a Z370 mATX board w/ ASUS Strix RX580 in my trusty old Silverstone TJ-08E and I want to get a newer TG case. I don't want to change to full ATX and the mATX offerings are lacking in this price range.

I may finally just give in and buy it and go with a 240mm AIO up top.
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just picked up the white ATX mid tower version of this case, It's so farking sexy in person. Upgrading from 5 year old Corsair 600T, both mid towers, but the meshify is a full 7-8 inches shorter in depth. I had mainly open space in my old case, Much cleaner build in these newer cases.

Highly reccommend any version of this case, the white especially is niiiice
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Had to pull the trigger on this one, all the review videos gave this case high praises.

It was either this or the Lian-Li PC-O11 Dynamic but that one is perpetually OOS.
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I have been looking at this case for weeks and this is the main reason I have not pull the triggered. I already have a Z370 mATX board w/ ASUS Strix RX580 in my trusty old Silverstone TJ-08E and I want to get a newer TG case. I don't want to change to full ATX and the mATX offerings are lacking in this price range.

I may finally just give in and buy it and go with a 240mm AIO up top.
Looks like the Strix RX580 is 298mm just like my Strix 1070Ti. You are not going to fit an AIO up front.

I could not find much info about properly fitting a radiator up top on the Meshify or Define series cases. Possibly a 240mm radiator, but 280mm would be out of the question since the hole alignment is centered. Might want to do some research on that.
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Looks like the Strix RX580 is 298mm just like my Strix 1070Ti. You are not going to fit an AIO up front.

I could not find much info about properly fitting a radiator up top on the Meshify or Define series cases. Possibly a 240mm radiator, but 280mm would be out of the question since the hole alignment is centered. Might want to do some research on that.
It will fit. I have done the research. I just prefer the front mount which in lies my reason for not buying yet. I'm not sold on the RX 580 yet, but it was too good of a deal to pass up.
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anyone know if a hyper 212 would fit in this?

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for anyone wondering the max cooler height is 172mm

hyper212 is 160mm
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Really want a good mATX case. Been eyeing the fractal focus mini but doesnt seem to be on sale ever..
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I own the ATX Meshify and an R1 Midi. Fractal makes great cases. I've been building rigs for 20 years. Customer support is responsive. I had an analog audio front port go out on my Midi and they shipped me a replacement part within the week free of charge.
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