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The Meshlicious PC case is built to let your PC breathe

Ssupd Meshlicious White
Ssupd Meshlicious White (Image credit: Newegg)

What you need to know

  • SSUPD announced the Meshlicious PC case this week.
  • The case features three mesh panels with an option to get a fourth mesh panel.
  • The Meshlicious PC case is available for preorder now.

SSUPD introduced the Meshlicious PC case this week. It's an ITX case that's built in collaboration with Ncase. It features three full mesh panels to help improve airflow for your PC while also having a unique look. The Meshlicious is available for preorder in matte black and white finishes starting at $110. The Meshlicious should be available starting mid-March.

Many of the best PC cases) have closed panels or tempered glass sides. The Meshlicious takes a different approach, which emphasizes airflow.

The standard Meshlicious PC case has three mesh panels and a tempered glass panel, but you can choose to get a fourth 1mm steel full mesh panel if you'd like. This completes the mesh look of the PC case while also improving airflow.

Form FactorMini ITX Case
Volume14.67 Liters
Dimensions245 mm x 166.4 mm x 360 mm (L x W x H)
Graphics CardFull Length GPU: Up to 334 mm in length and 155 mm tall
Small Form Factor GPU: Up to 211 mm in length (without radiator
CPU CoolerUp to 73mm in height with a 3-slot GPU
Up to 53mm in height with 4-slot GPU
Power SupplyATX (Up to 160mm in length) / SFX-L / SFX
StorageUp to 3 x 2.5" SSD (with full length GPU)
Up to 2 x 3.5" HDD and 3 x 2.5" SSD or 7 x 2.5" SSD (with small form factor GPU)
Expansion Slots Full Length GPUUp to 4 slots
Slots Small Form Factor GPUUp to 3 slots
Front I/OUSB Type-C 3.1 Gen 2; USB 3.0; Power LED
Fan Options2 x 120mm / 2 x 140mm Fans
Water Cooling120/140/240/280 mm (Up to 143 mm width, 62 mm thickness with fans depending on GPU position and type)

Accessories for the Meshlicious will be available in mid-March, including the additional mesh panel, an HDMI/Displayport cable, and a PCIe 4.0/3.0 riser cable.

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