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The inclusion of these nylon filters on all the possible air intake areas is welcome. The front swings open on plastic hinges again, but not quite far enough to remove the front filter — so close. Finding a way to make that happen would be ideal.
The bottom filter is easily removable however and slides out towards the front of the case for cleaning. One nice thing is that all of the case plastics pull off the metal frame beneath, aiding assembly of the PC parts. The front frame is a bit stubborn, but pull on each corner firmly. When reattaching this front frame, be sure to line up the round pegs to the metal holes.
After removing the top panel, and sliding the nylon mesh holder back and away, the top frame is revealed. Which thankfully is removable, a feature that I think makes attaching top mounted radiators significantly easier.
Interesting that it lacks a fill port like its bigger sibling though. The top mount area supports radiators of up to mm in size, while the front can take up to a or mm — with the removal of a front floor plate. Removal of the floor plates for long radiators would require moving or removing the PSU basement drive cage. The Fractal Meshify 2 Compact includes a total of three Fractal branded fans, which seems adequate for a case of this size and pricing.
Sound levels for both are listed at or below around 19dBA, and in actual use, quite quiet. Perhaps their notched blade edges help, as Fractal claims that reduces fan hum? Check that fan close up above: very notch-y. If you would like to mount a 3. The main cage is relocatable to a degree using slots cut into the bottom of the case, and after removing four screws, you can simply remove the cage. In order to remove the cage you can pop the plastic floor plates off near the front, or squeeze it through the back where the PSU goes.
So make that decision early before something else gets in the way. And read the very fine manual, I mean there are even pictures which explains this. Did I mention the Sweden based Fractal Design seems to really get how to make their cases functional and also style them well? For example, the feet are notched out so that the bottom filter slides through them instead of have to clip in around them.
That makes it possible to fit a fuller sized filter, in turn, opening up the more of the bottom for improved ventilation. The slide out drive sleds taken from the lower cage, as well as the rear PSU mounting plate have captured thumbscrews, thanks for that Fractal. The decision to include the separable PSU mounting plate is also welcome.
It makes installation nicer, and I consider it a contributing factor towards the perception of a quality case. I like to see when a manufacture really commits to their design decisions and carries them throughout, while not impacting functionality. The floor plates, the back panels, the filters, the PCIe covers, the vents — all carry that Fractal design language. The Fractal Design Meshify 2 Compact give you the space and features to do cable management as properly as you would like.
The rear space is not extreme in depth, but it is adequate. There are wire guides near the front, but I did not find them particular useful, as most of what I had to add were larger PSU cables. There are tie downs in useful places for the included zip ties and two included 2. There is room for an additional two 2. The accessories seemed complete, but unfortunately unlabeled. And they included the PSU screws. The main motherboard pass-throughs are on an angle facing towards the main board, which if you have right angle cabling adapters, might make attaching them slightly easier.
They look promising anyway. For me in practice however, it made things a bit more difficult due to the nature of my cables, and how close and narrow the pass throughs were to the board — more on that later. The top pass-throughs above the motherboard were well placed, and extremely helpful. The included manual is what I have come to view as typical of Fractal Design now: high quality, well captioned and colored diagrams and illustrations, details on optional build configurations, warnings and helpful hints.
Plus I think it will look impressive in a vertical mount. The mm AIO fits easily in the roof, with plenty of back to front adjustment range as you can see by the slotted mounts. Having the radiator mount removable was instrumental in completing this build actually, because I needed to carefully route the tubing behind the vertically oriented GPU.
Those Trident Z Royals sure are shiny. They are also the fastest Ryzen suitable kit I have at Mhz. They use the standard AMD 2 point clip style mounting, which will haunt me later. This was not a fun and easy AIO pump install, as I could not push down hard enough on the mounting ring to connect the adjustable side clip.
I ended up setting the clip then feeding the threaded end into the bracket from below and this resulted in a very poor mounting when one of us — ok it was probably me — did not tighten that down nearly enough. Embarrassing pictures below. I do like the Fractal fan hub built into the radiator frame. For one thing it makes wiring easier, and neater.
For fan speed control, the pump housing outer ring turns to select PWM pass-through or Auto. For testing purposes, I will be using PWM mode. This Asrock B uses two EPS 12v inputs so it was great that the case had plenty of room above the motherboard in the corner to route cables through and tuck them away.
Also scoring points in my book was the tiny pass through hole in the corner which allowed the rear exhaust fan cable to sneak through, move along the back side, and come out through the second grommet to connect with a top MB fan header. Who thought of that? While the angled pass throughs for the side motherboard mounts seem like a good idea, I think it would have worked out better with more flexible cabling.
The existing Corsair Type 4 stock wiring has an inflexible wrap near the end, which makes that up and over turn difficult. The wiring basically needs to pass straight out in order to curl over and connect, so the angled case internals and grommets did more harm then good for me. Yes, I know there was a USB 3 right angle on the board, it does not fix the issue at hand.
This is designed to only work on 7 PCIe slot cases which have no dividers between them. I will hazard a guess that the shielded cabling and connectors are the cost drivers for this item. Note the fully copper clad shielded mounting holes, with plenty of internal clearance to not scrape the hardware.
Very Nice. This particular vertical GPU mounting method does not crowd the glass, and during testing, seemed to provide for very good cooling. Initially the machine would turn on but not post, with a memory error.
Really, does no one like the Royals?! After getting everything installed, and running a few tests, which included Cinebench R20 and R23, I discovered the machine would quit and reboot. I allowed it to de-tuned my configuration in hopes of making the best of it. One of us here did something wrong again. And it was probably me, again. Obviously I failed to fully tighten the adjustable mounting side on the stock 2 point AMD attachment.
I redid everything and turned that down until I could here the silicon squeal. Three colour variants are available:. The weight is 7. According to the specs, four 3. There are also 4 mounts for the dedicated 2. On the front, you will find the following ports:. You also get 7 expansion slots.
There are also 3 fan filters front, bottom, and top. You can use CPU air coolers with a max height of mm enough to fit most models , and GPUs up to mm in length mm with the front fan installed. The price is Media Player Classic - Home Cinema v1.