SSUPD Meshlicious case combines tempered glass with mesh panel

Posted on Tuesday, Feb 09 2021 @ 14:27 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
SSUPD teamed up with Ncase to create Meshlicious -- a see-through Mini-ITX case with a tempered glass side panel and three full mesh panels.

The case measures 245mm x 166.4mm x 360mm (L x W x H) and besides a compact SFX PSU it can also handle a standard ATX PSU of up to 160mm in length. There's room for a video card of up to 334mm long and you can fit a CPU cooler of maximum 73mm tall. There are up to four expansion slots and room is provided for up to seven 2.5" SSDs (or 3x 2.5" plus 2x 3.5"). Meshlicious has mounting spots for two 120/140mm fans and supports a watercooling radiator of up to 280mm (up to 143mm width and 62mm thickness). A top I/O panel takes care of USB Type-C 3.1 Gen 2 and USB 3.0.

The firm is taking pre-orders via Newegg for $109.99, shipments are expected on March 12. A version with a PCIe 4.0 riser cable to show of your video card is also available for pre-order for $164.99. In May, SSUPD will follow up with a full mesh Meshlicious case, that model will be launched in black and white for $129.
SSUPD, the sister brand of LIAN LI and developer of high-end PC cases introduces Meshlicious — a revolutionary ITX PC case built in collaboration with Ncase — that features three full mesh panels and a tempered glass panel to deliver unbeatable cooling while displaying the PC’s internals. An optional fourth 1 mm thick steel full mesh panel can be snapped on to encase the PC in full mesh for maximum airflow with a functional, minimalist aesthetic. The Meshlicious is available in matte black and white finishes.

"For years, small form factor cases have been on the market for users looking for low-key, compact PC builds." says Ssu, Founder of SSUPD. “But with the Meshlicious, we aimed to push the boundaries of what’s possible in a PC build by surrounding it in mesh. It’s aiming to be the top full mesh-capable ITX case, and designed with user-friendliness in mind to the smallest details. With a clean and stripped down look and excellent cooling, DIY enthusiasts can take their PC builds in exciting new directions.”

Meshlicious handles raw power and breaths cool
The Meshlicious supports high-performance water cooling configurations, including CPU air coolers of up to 72mm, two AIOs (all in one) 120mm or one AIO of 240mm or 280mm. It supports up to a 4 slot GPU card of up to 320mm for serious gaming or design rendering. The GPU mounting strut is adjustable vertically, allowing for adjustments to the space available for the cables that are connected to the GPU. The motherboard tray functions as a divider splitting the available space between the motherboard and CPU side with the GPU side. The motherboard rear I/O offers easy access to the CPU, and a 90 degree HDMI cable is included for easy connections to the HDMI port. It supports an ATX Power Supply of up to 160mm, with SFX and SFX-L power supplies also both supported.

Meshlicious is small but versatile
The Meshlicious is small enough to save space while satisfying both gamers and designers in compute-intensive tasks. It can handle serious storage, supporting configurations of up to three 2.5” SSD drives when paired with a vertical GPU. It also supports storage configurations of three 2.5” SSDs, two 3.5” HDDs, or four 2.5” SSDs for users requiring additional storage in their ITX build. The clean minimal design makes room for two USB ports on the front, one USB Type-A and one Type-C. In keeping user-friendliness in mind, it features a no-headache assembly with just ten easy steps.

Meshlicious saves space on desktops
The Meshlicious is small enough to be portable (360mm x 245mm x 166.4mm) and at 14.67 liters it’s large enough for components that pack a punch. With a footprint of only 245mm x 166.4mm, users can maximize desk or floor space to create a modern, minimalist decor in their workstation or gaming station. With the included glass panel, users can show off their impressive internals, or with the purchase of an additional mesh panel, they can build a full mesh PC case that reaches new levels of cooling.

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Thomas has been messing with computer since early childhood and firmly believes the Internet is the best thing since sliced bread. Enjoys playing with new tech, is fascinated by science, and passionate about financial markets. When not behind a computer, he can be found with running shoes on or lifting heavy weights in the weight room.

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