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Fractal Design - Meshify C White TG ATX Mid Tower Case

( 4.9 Average / 30 Ratings )



Fractal Design


Meshify C White TG

Part #



White / Black


ATX Mid Tower

Includes Power Supply


Internal 2.5" Bays


Internal 3.5" Bays


Motherboard Compatibility

ATX, Micro ATX, Mini ITX

Front Panel USB 3.0 Ports


Maximum Video Card Length

315 mm / 12.402"

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Price History (Excluding Tax) History:


esojsounds 60 points 12 months ago
from completed build Fun in White

Awesome case! Awesome airflow. Awesome looking. Get it.

svefn 6 points 11 months ago
from completed build Brother's Meshify C build

Very nice to build in. Velcro straps and ample back room saves the day, lots of cable routing locations as well. Great airflow due to front mesh design and also looks sleek & clean with the tempered glass and power supply shroud. Supports 3 x 2.5" drives at the back.

SwordCoastSoldier 14 points 11 months ago
from completed build Ready Player One! Mark 2.0

Love this case. It makes building in it a breeze, even for amateurs like myself. Cable management was simple and clean. One thing to be aware of is that it is not as long as other mid tower cases. In my Phanteks p400s i could fit any length gpu in there, but in this case you are limited with gpu length, especially if you go with a front radiator.

DualLED 7 points 10 months ago
from completed build Updated Build

I love this case so much! I got it as a little birthday gift to myself soon after it released in white and it makes my build look so much better than when it was in different enclosures. Also, the mesh really helps keep the temperatures low and the frames per second high :). Well, maybe not physically but the airflow keeps everything cool enough to preform very well under stress.

LLBoolJay 9 points 9 months ago
from completed build R5 1600 Gaming PC Setup

Relatively small for a standard ATX build but generous with the interior room for housing components. Can fit a pretty large GPU such as my 1070 Ti. Cooling is good and many locations to install fans.

lunagraysen 26 points 9 months ago
from completed build R7 2700X / GTX 1080 Workstation

This case was very easy to build in. It also provides awesome airflow and looks great while doing so. I definitely recommend this case.

xthongyy 20 points 9 months ago
from completed build A Chilly Upgrade

Super easy installation guide, great airflow & aesthetically pleasing. What more can you ask?

Dampen sound like crazy could not hear any of my fans.

newtonx3x 7 points 8 months ago
from completed build Ryzen Ghost (AMD Upgrade)

I don't even know where to start with this beauty. Side panel is crystal-clear, sturdy, and gorgeous. I accidentally dropped it from about a foot up onto a ceramic-tiled table. It landed on the edge of the panel when I managed to grab it, and there's no damage. Table took more damage. Two preinstalled case fans are not total s*it and in really convenient spots. You can move the drive trays in the bottom to fit a fan that blows directly into the shroud, which is awesome. Clearance is a little low, especially when it's on carpet, so bear that in mind, but the airflow is so amazing it hasn't become a problem.

It's a fairly narrow case, so I was worried about cable management, but my fears were 100% unfounded. The grommets are positioned wonderfully, there are tie-downs all over the place, but you don't even need them. Along the backside of the case, there are Velcro strips that run from just above the shroud to the top of the case. It's positioned so you can easily run your cables up the side and easily thread a cable through to the front. I used three zip-ties in this entire case. I actually like cable management, so challenges wouldn't have bothered me anyways, but it was actually fun to connect everything because it was so easy.

This detail didn't matter to me, because airflow was my priority, but others might care about it: this case is loud - especially at startup. It idles pretty quietly, but when it's under load, I had to worry about waking up my parents a room over. Normally, I would've taken a star off for that, but the cable management was just so easy that, even with the noise, I wish I could add a sixth star.

caument 16 points 8 months ago
from completed build RGB-Gone

Plenty of airflow, cable management, tempered glass. What's not to like?

mradorable 29 points 7 months ago

Very easy to build in for a first time builder myself, had all the right velcro straps and rubber grommets that was very useful. I also wanted an ATX case that was small enough to fit on small desk so this was perfect.

I live in a hot and humid climate so I wanted an efficient air cooling build as I did not want to go towards a water cooling build. Which was why I chose the Meshify C for its efficient air cooling with its front mesh panel. For some the front mesh is not very visually pleasing but I really like the look of this case.