If you like asymmetry then Fractal Design has your case

Subject: Cases and Cooling | August 11, 2017 - 02:27 PM |
Tagged: fractal design, meshify c

It may not be obvious from the one picture but the front facing of the Meshify C has an interesting pattern while the mesh on the top and bottom of the case remain flat.  That should give you a unique look without interfering with the stability of the case.  As with many newer cases the PSU is installed at the bottom of the case, with a shroud separating it from the rest of the system.  The tempered glass side panel does not add much to the cost, the MSRP of $89.99 is quite reasonable for a case such as this.  Check out how it looks with components installed over at Benchmark Reviews.

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"When Fractal Design offered up yet another, as-of-yet unannounced product to add to their lineup my curiosity was piqued. What else could they possibly have in store? All I had was a product name: the Meshify C. I could hazard a few guesses as to the nature of this new case: ATX, based on the Define C no doubt, with a dressing of mesh – perhaps an Arc Midi successor? Follow along as Benchmark Reviews investigates this new direction from Fractal Design."

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August 11, 2017 | 11:28 PM - Posted by Sal (not verified)

It's cool that this case matches the look of the current GeForce reference coolers, but the design kind of reminds me of the old Hitachi data storage racks.

http://www.hitachi.com.my/products/IT_Storage/image/01.jpg

https://images.techhive.com/images/article/2013/07/hus-vm-original-10004...

Or maybe Fractal Design was trying to go with a fractal design... but it's really more of a polygon mesh. I guess infinitesimals are harder to manufacture in perforated steel.

August 12, 2017 | 10:20 AM - Posted by Anonymouse (not verified)

A little paint, some LEDs, it could be made reminiscent of the IBM z14.

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