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gilfredo A.

gilfredo A.

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Great ITX case

SSUPD Meshlicious Mini-ITX Small Form Factor (SFF) Case - Full Mesh Side Panel with PCIe 3.0 Riser Cable - White Color, Tool-Free and Easy Accessibility
SSUPD Meshlicious Mini-ITX Small Form Factor (SFF) Case - Full Mesh Side Panel with PCIe 3.0 Riser Cable - White Color, Tool-Free and Easy Accessibility

Pros: Got this case because I needed to split my dual system PC. Didn't think that a EVGA 3090 would fit but it fit perfectly with a little room to spare. The build quality is awesome. I got the one that's white and full mesh and for my system using a 240mm AIO using negative pressure the idle temps are around 42° and GPU around 38°. under load the temps are CPU 78° GPU 70°. I'm gonna try changing it to positive pressure and adding a 120x15mm top fan for exhaust (it's not designed for a top fan). The top, front, and side mesh are strong and takes a good amount of force to even bend it a little. Overall great product.

Cons: If you have small children with some effort they can take off the side panels. I didn't have a short GPU so I wasn't able to use the top GPU mount but from what I hear the PCIE riser is not long enough. you'll have a hard time using an ATX PSU and any AIO so use SFX PSU for the extra room. If you put the radiator facing the front with the fans between the MB and the radiator the wires might be to close to the fans. The way to fix this is put the fans facing the front and the radiator is between the fans and the wire so it's not a problem. Or get some fan grills. wire management is not the greatest but if you use some longer standoffs you can make room behind the MB tray and the MB to route some of the wires. If you put your SFX PSU closer to the side panel it gives you room behind it to cable manage. If your MB has a rear M.2 and you use it it will have the GPU throwing a bit of heat on it. Again, use some longer standoffs to add some space to get better air flow to it or to put a heat sink. But keep in mind the space between the CPU cooler/AIO pump and the side panel. Only included a angled HDMI. the feet of the case are very low so if you're trying to use a regular HDMI or DP wire it will be uncomfortably bent and might even elevate the back of the case a bit. A fix for this is getting some turntable feet. I got 4 20mm aluminum feet from AMZN and they worked perfect and now the wires don't bend as much and it adds more airflow. You can also lay the case on a desk from the MB side (only if you're using an AIO) if that works for you.

Overall Review: This is a great case even tho it has it's it's quirks. I would recommend it if you're planning on an ITX build. Has great airflow and a clean look that would not have to much of a footprint on your desk. I like that most of the size is vertical. It would be better if it came with a DP wire but with the feet i got i can use the one i have. No regrets with this case. I thought it would be annoying trying to fit everything but I was pleasantly surprised. Worth every penny but I wish I spend a little more for the PCIE 4.0 if it was available even tho the 3.0 works fine.