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SSUPD Meshlicious Mini-ITX Mesh Case White $149 + $15 Delivery @ PC Case Gear


Probably one of the best ITX cases in 2021! Extremely easy to build, great ventilation, allows full size GPU and looks great.

The SSUPD Meshlicious Mini-ITX Mesh Case White is only 14.6 liters in size, features a full mesh panel design for increased airflow and cooling performance, supports m-ITX motherboards, radiator support at front (up to 280mm), support for up to 3 x SSD, 2 x HDD, compatible with both ATX and SFX power supplies (up to 170mm), and supports a graphics card of up to 334mm in length.

Reliable review by Optimum Tech:

Best step by step build video by Machines and More:

Pcie 4.0 Version @ $225 + Delivery:

This is part of Black Friday / Cyber Monday deals for 2021

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  • +1

    Excellent case, I pre-ordered mine on release.

    Only minor issue is that you'll need to 3D print legs (to raise the height) or get Right-Angled HDMI/DP Cable or Adapters.

    • Same hahaha!

    • Also love mine!
      Also preordered, and same issue. I prepared while waiting for it to come though - built a stand for it using square black aluminium tube and plastic connectors, fits my 2 bay NAS underneath nicely.

  • +6

    If only it was the black case :( all my peripherals are black.

    • I think all black parts in an all white case would look pretty good. Just leave out RGB.

    • +1

      i think the black one will show dust easier than the white one

    • Looks like a there's a black version pre-order ETA 20/12/21.
      Oh there's this PCI-E 4.0 version too, no deal though

  • I love this case, have two.

  • +1

    Damn, just bought this a couple weeks ago because I didn't think it'd go on sale.

  • +3

    I just finished a build in the case and apart from limited CPU air cooler options, and the hdmi cable, it's great.

    The noctua L12s fits but be careful about ram height. Corsair lpx fits with 1mm to spare but pretty much any RGB or other ram with heatsink won't work with the L12s.

    I ended up with a Schythe Big Shuriken 3.

    Considering how much room is in this case, I probably should've gone with liquid cooling.

    • Yep, I ended up with an L12S - tight fit but works perfectly for me as I skipped on the RGB/heatsink stuff, fearing clearance issues.

      Another issue the L12S can have is hitting ITX motherboard components, but Noctua have a pretty good compatibility list for that.

  • Anyone know why the PCI 4 riser doesn't come with the TG?

    • It did at launch. That's the combination I bought. Must be sold out now

  • Any experts can let me know whether this case can hold two 240 rads? One rad is my cpu cooler, and the other is an evga 3080 hybrid card. I know they have a 3D file for holding another rad, but not sure whether it will fit a hybrid card.

    • +1

      It has been done before but the parts used will play a big factor.
      Have a look at some examples on the SSUPD Reddit page here and here

    • +1

      Nvm I answered my own question - https://imgur.com/a/0AdGBbX

  • this is the best itx case. ei…i bought something else for ~$300 :(

    • But the T1 is 50% smaller ;)

      • But can we buy the T1…?

        Please T1, come on sale.

  • Is this case collect a lot of dusks easily?

  • Fantastic case, made a mistake of not checking the gpu size when upgrade from 5700xt to 6800xt, but it fit no problem and airflow is great too.

  • What's the RRP for this case with the PCIe cable?

    • It comes with a pcie gen3 cable stock. You have to fork out extra for the gen4 cable variant if you want it.

      • PCIE 4.0 ver $275 + Delivery

  • Guys, best step by step build here:

  • Showing as $189 now, deal's expired?

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