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Fractal Design: Meshify C Mini – Tempered Glass Edition

I Shall Call Him Mini Me[shify]

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Hardware Installation and Clearance Compatibility

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Interior Dimensions:

  • Internal length: 356mm
  • Internal height: 298mm
  • Internal depth: 178mm

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Power Supply:

  • PSU shroud isn’t removable, HDD bay is removable
  • 175mm recommended clearance for power supply installation

Video Card Clearance:

  • 315mm of clearance between expansion brackets and front panel

CPU Tower Coolers:

  • 172mm CPU heat-sink height clearance
  • Large CPU backplate cutout

Building in the Meshify C Mini was largely a breeze. Fractal’s typical attention to detail is evident in numerous little touches, such as the hidden blue power LED under the mesh front panel, the removable plate in the PSU shroud that lets you mount an extra fan in the front panel, and the strategically located magnet strips on the top-panel dust filter that don’t interfere with the protruding screws from the closed loop cooler we installed. This case is a good deal wider than most MicroATX cases, which gives it more room for wiring and space for particularly tall CPU coolers. If you have high-profile heatsinks on your memory modules, you may have trouble mounting a radiator in the top panel. All things considered, we thoroughly enjoyed building inside the Meshify C Mini.

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Andrew Leibman

Andrew Leibman is a freelance writer with more than 14 years of experience writing about hardware and tech industry trends. In addition to Modders-Inc, he has written for Computer Power User Magazine, Smart Computing Magazine, and PCMag.com. In his free time, Andrew enjoys playing video games, listening to ‘90s era electronica, and arguing in favor of the serial comma. You can follow him on Twitter @Leiblander.

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