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This is unusually compact for an atx case. Tried to build a dual rad set up, but I can't fit fans on the top 240 rad. You'll have to go with really slim fans and rad up top. I picked up the white one from Newegg and now just waiting for new parts just to replace what won't fit lol
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This is unusually compact for an atx case. Tried to build a dual rad set up, but I can't fit fans on the top 240 rad. You'll have to go with really slim fans and rad up top. I picked up the white one from Newegg and now just waiting for new parts just to replace what won't fit lol
You can only install fans on top, imo. With my Define C, I can only put the radiator in front. Case is indeed tight, but very reasonable layout makes the assembly not too hard, although you still need to be careful about your parts selection.

If anyone is near microcenter, they have Define S2 for sale, which is the same price as Meshify C at $99. Newegg charges $10 shipping so that makes it equal. Just fyi if anyone interested.
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I first bought this on Newegg; came with a few defective thread holes; the screws simply wouldn't tighten; they would keep spinning; I ended up going to Micro Center and even had it price matched; saved $10
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You can only install fans on top, imo. With my Define C, I can only put the radiator in front. Case is indeed tight, but very reasonable layout makes the assembly not too hard, although you still need to be careful about your parts selection.

If anyone is near microcenter, they have Define S2 for sale, which is the same price as Meshify C at $99. Newegg charges $10 shipping so that makes it equal. Just fyi if anyone interested.
Might go for the s2 instead.
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Love this case. Definitely smaller than other ATX cases I've built with. My last setup had two 140 fans in the front and a 120 in the back. No rads. I'd definitely do some research if you're building anything non-basic.
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This is good price and I have been eyeing this case for a while. I am planning to do a new build towards the end of the year and was going to use this case. It ranks near the top for lowest thermals, as long as you add a couple more fans. The few that beat it also costs a lot more, so it's definitely great bang for the buck.

Though for me, I changed my mind after hearing about some new, and some upcoming, cases. I switched to the Lian Li Lancool II Mesh which has even better thermals with more features for only a little bit more (when not on sale, at least).
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This is good price and I have been eyeing this case for a while. I am planning to do a new build towards the end of the year and was going to use this case. It ranks near the top for lowest thermals, as long as you add a couple more fans. The few that beat it also costs a lot more, so it's definitely great bang for the buck.

Though for me, I changed my mind after hearing about some new, and some upcoming, cases. I switched to the Lian Li Lancool II Mesh which has even better thermals with more features for only a little bit more (when not on sale, at least).
I cancelled my lancool ii order when I saw the mesh version YouTube vids yesterday. But how soon can we see the case is still a question, not mentioning during this special time, most cases have inflated prices.
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I have this case and am blown away by it. I'm not typically one for super near and clean builds, but this case makes it so easy theres no reason not to. Spots in all the right places to run cable management the way it just makes sense, resulting in a super clean, high airflow build. PSU is on the bottom, fan blowing down since it also has holes covered by mesh, which is also on the top. My temps are all great. with it and had no problem fitting my 2070 super. All that for a reasonable price too.

My only complaints are that the power and reset buttons have very little movement. If your cat steps on top of the case it could easily reboot or turn on your PC. Second is that the screws that affix the glass window don't stay attached when unscrewed. I know I'm gonna lose one eventually. Both very minor complaints.

All that being said though this deal is not very slick per se, I got it for $95 regular price a couple months ago.

Amazing case.
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I cancelled my lancool ii order when I saw the mesh version YouTube vids yesterday. But how soon can we see the case is still a question, not mentioning during this special time, most cases have inflated prices.
It's available now https://www.newegg.com/black-lian...klink=true and white is $5 more. No free ship though, so add another $10-12 for shipping. I'm not in a rush though so I'll just wait until there's a free ship option from NE or Amazon.

There is a performance version that changes out the front three RGB fans for two non-RGB140 fans with a fan control switch. That version is OOS, but I like the RGB version better even though I don't need the RGB. I wanted to go with three 120s in the front so I could have some extra airflow under the PSU shroud.
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It's available now https://www.newegg.com/black-lian...klink=true and white is $5 more. No free ship though, so add another $10-12 for shipping. I'm not in a rush though so I'll just wait until there's a free ship option from NE or Amazon.

There is a performance version that changes out the front three RGB fans for two non-RGB140 fans with a fan control switch. That version is OOS, but I like the RGB version better even though I don't need the RGB. I wanted to go with three 120s in the front so I could have some extra airflow under the PSU shroud.
I haven't built a rig in a while, but Isn't the PSU usually blocked off in front? In a case with a PSU shroud, air gets pulled from the bottom and exhausted through the rear. I don't see airflow in the shroud achieving much; it could even be counterproductive.
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This is my current case and It's great. Be aware that the open front drawing in air from fans can get noisy. My board/fan combo allows for lower fan speeds as needed, which can be pretty good, but once I start up a game it's like hearing a couple of small box fans on "low". Even now I can hear the air being sucked in through the front. It isn't bad, but it is worth noting. It gets very dusty in front very quickly as well. The cable management is great! Be very aware that the front USB ports are prone to shorting, doesn't matter what you use in them. Might just be my case, but it is a real issue, and I no longer trust using them for thumb drives.

It's a beautiful case, otherwise. The tinted glass keeps the inner workings pretty mute while the lights come through fairly clearly.

Here is a pic so you can see what it looks like with RGB inside:
https://imgur.com/a/O9h6ihQ
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I haven't built a rig in a while, but Isn't the PSU usually blocked off in front? In a case with a PSU shroud, air gets pulled from the bottom and exhausted through the rear. I don't see airflow in the shroud achieving much; it could even be counterproductive.
Depends on your system. I still have 3.5" drives and the drive cage is under the shroud towards the front, just behind the bottom fan. If you don't use the cage then you probably don't need the bottom fan (other than you may like the filled out look behind the front panel mesh). I don't see how it would have any negative effect on airflow, but it may have a little more noise due to air moving through the shroud. On that particular case, though, there is additional mesh on the topside of the shroud where you can mount two more 120s to blow air from the under shroud directly at your GPU which may make that additional air beneficial. Note: I'm referring to the Lancool II Mesh and not the Meshify in the OP.
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It's available now https://www.newegg.com/black-lian...klink=true [newegg.com] and white is $5 more. No free ship though, so add another $10-12 for shipping. I'm not in a rush though so I'll just wait until there's a free ship option from NE or Amazon.

There is a performance version that changes out the front three RGB fans for two non-RGB140 fans with a fan control switch. That version is OOS, but I like the RGB version better even though I don't need the RGB. I wanted to go with three 120s in the front so I could have some extra airflow under the PSU shroud.
Thanks for the info.

I pre-ordered the mesh performance model last night, when I accidentally searched for the mesh information. The RGB version is still available for preorder/purchase btw.

After watching meshify C for a while, I realized NE didn't put free shipping (or rarely) for hot sale cases, so I placed the order immediately. I went for the performance model because of the 3 PWM fans, that clearly have the static pressure numbers on them. For the RGB fans, they are 3pins, and have no static pressure specs, which made me so hesitated. I was planning to grab the $99 Define S2 from microcenter, but I want something new (current case is Define C), so I went lancool ii mesh anyway.

This is the third case I purchase from NE recently. First two all have defects, so fingercrossed...
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You can only install fans on top, imo. With my Define C, I can only put the radiator in front. Case is indeed tight, but very reasonable layout makes the assembly not too hard, although you still need to be careful about your parts selection.

If anyone is near microcenter, they have Define S2 for sale, which is the same price as Meshify C at $99. Newegg charges $10 shipping so that makes it equal. Just fyi if anyone interested.
And they do match price, only need to show the Newegg price and they will match the 89$ price
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