Meshify c case fans

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Streamlined high-airflow design

  • Newly designed angular mesh front panel maximizes air intake

  • Two pre-installed Fractal Design Dynamic X2 GP-12 120 mm fans deliver optimum airflow with minimal noise

  • Open interior layout creates an unobstructed airflow path from front intake to rear exhaust

  • Easy-to-clean filters on the front, top, and base with full PSU coverage and convenient front access


Easy-to-clean filters on the front, top and base with full PSU coverage and convenient front access

Stealthy design

Distinctive new styling with stealthy black-on-black aesthetic

Three SSD positions

Flexible storage options with room for up to five drives in total and three SSD positions

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  • Flexible storage options with room for up to five drives

  • Full-length power supply shroud conceals drive cage and excess cabling for unrestricted airflow and a clean looking interior

  • Up to 35 mm of space behind motherboard plate with grommeted pass-throughs for clean cable routing

  • Three dedicated SSD mounting options

Room for flexibility

Conceal up to five storage devices with an adjustable and removable drive cage beneath the PSU shroud plus dedicated SSD mounts behind the motherboard tray.

  • Sturdy steel drive trays with vibration-dampening rubber grommets cushion hard drives for smooth, quiet and reliable operation

  • Flexible storage options with room for up to five drives

  • The performance and capacity of a larger tower in a remarkably compact mid-tower size

Improved air cooling

Seven total fan positions allow for extensive air cooling. Two Fractal Design Dynamic X2 GP-12 fans come preinstalled for maximum airflow, minimal noise and 100,000 hour life expectancy.

  • Whatever your liquid cooling ambitions may be, Meshify C can make it happen with support for radiators up to 360 mm in the front and 240 mm up top

  • Open interior layout creates an unobstructed airflow path from front intake to rear exhaust

  • Even the largest enthusiast-class GPUs leave plenty of room for thick triple-fan rads in the front. The adjustable drive cage can be moved or removed to fit even the lengthiest heavy-duty PSUs

"The Meshify C provides glass-sided-case buyers good quality and enhanced liquid cooling support at a comparatively average price."

The Fractal Design Meshify C manages to deliver the same excellent construction quality we have come to expect from the company's Define line-up. Sturdy materials coupled with excellent engineering and a functional approach mean the Meshify C is worthy of being a part of the family."

"You can do a pretty awesome build in this case and the best part about it is unlike many new cases we’ve seen this case has proper ventilation, especially in the front mesh section of the case."

"The Meshify C is a solid entry into a fairly crowded market. An all-black design coupled with tempered glass certainly isn't enough on its own to make a case stand out these days, and Fractal has played it rather safe with the internal design as well. Still, it's an approach that works well, as we've been unable to find any major flaws."

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  • 3.5" or 2.5" Drive capacity


  • Dedicated 2.5" drive capacity


  • Expansion slots


  • Front ports

    2x USB 3.0, Audio I/O, Power button, Reset button

  • Total fan mounts


  • Front fan

    3x 120 mm or 2x 140 mm (1x Dynamic X2 GP-12 included)

  • Top fan

    2x 120/140 mm

  • Rear fan

    1x 120 mm (1x Dynamic X2 GP-12 included)

  • Bottom fan

    1x 120 mm

  • Dust filters

    Bottom fan + PSU, Front fans, Top fans

  • Cable routing grommets


  • Fixed velcro straps


  • Captive thumbscrews

    Both side panels, SSD brackets

  • Left side panel


  • Right side panel



  • Power supply type


  • Motherboard compatibility

    ATX, mATX, ITX

  • Front radiator

    120/240/360 mm, 140/280 mm

  • Top radiator

    120/240 mm (max component height on motherboard 40 mm)

  • Rear radiator

    120 mm (max width 125 mm)

  • PSU max length

    175 mm

  • GPU max length

    315 mm with front fan mounted

  • CPU cooler max height

    170 mm

  • Cable routing space

    15-35 mm


  • Case dimensions (LxWxH)

    395 x 212 x 440 mm

  • Case dimensions - with feet/protrusions/screws

    413 x 217 x 453 mm

  • Net weight

    6.16 kg

  • Package dimensions (LxWxH)

    542 x 298 x 493 mm

  • Package weight

    7.52 kg

  • Volume

    36.5 liters


  • Package contents

    Meshify C computer case, User manual, Accessory box, Top filter

  • EAN


  • UPC


  • Product code



Fractal Design Meshify C Black ATX High-Airflow Compact Dark Tint Tempered Glass Window Mid Tower Computer Case, FD-CA-MESH-C-BKO-TG

Pros: I am such a fan of this chassis. I owned an older Arc Mini from Fractal that I stepped up from, and while it's not an astounding leap, the quality of life improvements, as well as the addition of new, mainstream PSU/HDD shrouds and tempered glass turned my PC into something totally new - a tasteful and quietly pleasing addition to my home. In this price bracket, I can't find anything else I would choose over this case. And this is after spending hours searching, reading, and watching. Bottom dust filter is amazingly easy to remove, clean, and insert. Magnetic top filter is also very nice. Channeled guides for all chassis fan mounts are so much nicer than single holes. Highly expandable! With removal of bottom plate from basement floor for large radiators, or other installations of hardware in the basement portion forward of the PSU. For instance, I believe it would not be hard to mount an HDD to the floor of the chassis without the cage installed. The best cable management I have ever worked with in a case. The rubber grommets, and shroud cut outs for cable runs are fantastic coupled with the tons of space they managed to get on the backside of the case. Lightweight!

Cons: The HDD mounting is very poorly designed. It is awesome that it is removable, but it is not perforated/ventilated. This is a strange decision since it sits on a vented floor of the chassis. The front mesh panel is very easy to bend/press. Be cautious. Front panel frame is not removable once hardware is installed, it is tethered to the case due to the strange decision to attach the cables to the front panel. I considered very carefully whether or not to rate the case down for this feature, but it's not THAT much of an inconvenience since the front mesh so easily pops off.

Overall Review: Watch for space on that GPU measurement if you are planning on mounting a radiator in front. And even then, push/pull will likely not happen without some VERY careful planning on hardware. In general, I would say this case is hardware limiting in some regards. Specifically in HDD expansion, GPU allowance, and PSU allowance in the presence of HDDs. Further, I'd recommend anyone looking to buy a new case to spend some time watching videos on any case they are planning on. There is just no way to communicate the strengths of engineering that goes into a purchase decision without spending that time to research.

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You do realize what cfm is? Cubic feet per minute. A cubic foot is 1' x 1' x 1' of air. 50 cfm is enough airflow to replace half the air in a garage in 1 minute. Shoved through a box that's on average ony a total of about 1 cubic foot.

Roughly, a single input and single output fan can replace all the air in that case 50x in 1 minute, or a little under total replacement every second.

That's plenty of possible movement. Which is why you'll see seriously diminishing returns at anything over 4x 120mm, (2x in, 2x out) for 2x reasons. First being the case air doesn't get much opportunity to heat up and build up, the second being that low case air temp can't get any colder than the ambient air introduced, so has no further affect on heatsinks to reduce temps.

Air is one thing, air flow is another entirely. Replacing all the air in a case roughly every second or every other second, is plenty of flow, but it has to actually move in/out and not enter a circulatory pattern. The strongest area of vacuum is closest to the fan blades, by opening vents close to the fan, they become intakes for air. So the cpu cooler front fan is drawing air from that top, unrestricted hole. Consequently it's getting a cooler ambient air source and the cpu temps go down.

But just like having a hole in a straw, that means less air is used from the intakes, which allows buildup of heat in other areas as case air looses momentum. Your concern for cpu/VRM temps is admirable, but they are not everything. There's also Sata chipsets, Northbridge (pcie chipset), super i/o etc that are not temp reported, but just as vital to pc health. You sacrifice one at the expense of the other.

Which can affect stability, performance, boost levels of cpu/gpu, drive health and life etc. It's more important to maintain middling temps on everything, moving all the air in the case out, than aiming for performance out of 1 or 2 components. Better fans will increase airflow potential, but aimed wrong can end up doing exactly nothing.


Perfect example. It's not so much the quality, you could put 3000rpm Industrial Noctua in that case, but simply the lack of Flow that destroys everything, the air goes nowhere.


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