Fractal Design Meshify C Review


Published by Marc Büchel on 09.08.17
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Installation

Overview

  • Meshify C
  • Meshify C
  • Meshify C
 
The interior of the Meshify C is clean and simple, and it features a layout that can be called classic meanwhile. Apart from that the interior layout clearly shows that the The Meshify C derives from the Define C, which was and still is a successful prodcut. Although this is a compact ATX tower there is space for custom water cooling gear as well as capable tower air coolers. Apart from that there is space for up to two 3.5" HDDs and three 2.5" SSDs. Both can be installed using sledges or using a carrier plate.

The motherboard tray has been manufactured from sheet metal, which we would like to be a little bit thicker. There is the usual, big cut-out, where the motherboards's CPU socket is, which allows for installing of aftermarket CPU coolers requiring a backplate without having to remove the motherboard. The tray features four openings with rubber grommets allowing you to create neat looking cable management. Between the motherboard tray and the side right panel there is enough space to hide plenty of cables.

For a test build, we've used a mATX Z270 motherboard paired with a EK Predator all-in-one water cooler and that unit requires quite a lot of space but fits perfectly. In addition we've installed an EVGA GTX 750 Ti custom graphics card as well as a Seasonic power supply. As you can see from the pictures there are plenty of slots for the fans and radiators. The Meshify C is able to accommodate a CPU cooler with a maximum height of 170mm and graphics cards can measure up to 315mm in length. [/de][en]The interior of the Meshify C is clean and simple, and it features a layout that can be called classic meanwhile. Apart from that the interior layout clearly shows that the The Meshify C derives from the Define C, which was and still is a successful prodcut. Although this is a compact ATX tower there is space for custom water cooling gear as well as capable tower air coolers. Apart from that there is space for up to two 3.5" HDDs and three 2.5" SSDs. Both can be installed using sledges or using a carrier plate.

The motherboard tray has been manufactured from sheet metal, which we would like to be a little bit thicker. There is the usual, big cut-out, where the motherboards's CPU socket is, which allows for installing of aftermarket CPU coolers requiring a backplate without having to remove the motherboard. The tray features four openings with rubber grommets allowing you to create neat looking cable management. Between the motherboard tray and the side right panel there is enough space to hide plenty of cables.

For a test build, we've used a mATX Z270 motherboard paired with a EK Predator all-in-one water cooler and that unit requires quite a lot of space but fits perfectly. In addition we've installed an EVGA GTX 750 Ti custom graphics card as well as a Seasonic power supply. As you can see from the pictures there are plenty of slots for the fans and radiators. The Meshify C is able to accommodate a CPU cooler with a maximum height of 170mm and graphics cards can measure up to 315mm in length.
 
 



Page 1 - Introduction Page 5 - Installation
Page 2 - Preview Page 6 - Ventilation options
Page 3 - Features Page 7 - Temperatures
Page 4 - Product overview Page 8 - Conclusion




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