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.
"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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