SSUPD, the sister brand of Lian-Li, introduces the all-new Meshroom S ITX case, designed for gamers, content creators, and casual use.

Sleek and refined, the all-new Meshroom ITX pc case lineup hits the shelves with two exciting new designs, the Meshroom S and the Meshroom D, with a build capacity of 14.93l and 14.97l, respectively. The new Meshroom S case launches today, with the Meshroom D to arrive in the near future.

Built to dominate the ITX case market, the new Meshroom S case carries the impeccable legacy of SSUPD’s globally acclaimed “Meshlicious” ITX case with significant enhancements to its overall look ,feel and functionality to suit all user needs. Available in three colors, Fossil Gray, Sage Green and Peacock Blue, these new cases from SSUPD are tailored to redefine the ITX case industry.

The new Meshroom S chassis carry unique features and functionality designed with utility and form factor in mind. Capable of supporting microATX and full-size ATX motherboards, the Meshroom is an engineering masterpiece with extremely high customizability for users.

Furthermore, users can install full-size graphic cards at 336mm or 332mm max, depending on the motherboard layout.

The Meshroom S has an additional fan bracket that enables dual radiator mounting capability and three optional spots to mount the water pumps, allowing users to design their custom liquid cooling loop. The Meshroom s carries excellent versatility, customizability, and exceptional cooling with optimized airflow.

ssupd intros meshroom s mini-itx case

As an added attention to detail, SSUPD’s design team has changed the standoffs between the motherboard tray and GPU half slot to make cable routing easier and to further optimize the system airflow for beneficial temperature management.

SSUPD has always considered consumer input when designing its products. The new Meshroom S case has significant features implemented into its design, paying close attention to consumers’ needs.

From deciding the colors through a public poll to additional switch kits that let users transform their Meshroom between the two layouts, SSUPD has planned it all to make life that much easier for an average consumer.

SSUPD plans to celebrate the launch of their new Meshroom S case with an international giveaway starting from today (August 27th) to 9th of September. Cooperating with impactful PC KOL, PCMR_Official,  SSUPD is excited to give away a full PC and some pc gears with globally renowned PC industry partners Palit, Noctua, Asrock, FSP, and Klevv.

For further information, please refer to the product sheet below:

Form Factor Mini ITX Case
Volume 14.93 Liters
Dimensions 247 mm x 167 mm x 362 mm (L x W x H)
Color(s) Fossil Gray, Sage Green, Peacock Blue
Motherboard Support Mini ITX; Mini DTX, M-ATX and ATX (need additional riser cable)
Graphics Card Clearance Full Length GPU: Up to 336 mm in length

Up to 155 mm tall

Small Form Factor GPU:

Up to 211 mm in length (without radiator)

CPU Cooler Clearance Up to 73mm in height with a 3 slot GPU

Up to 53mm in height with 4 slot GPU

Power Supply ATX (Up to 160mm Length) / SFX-L / SFX
3.5″ Drive Storage Up to 2x 3.5″ HDD (SFF GPU)
2.5″ Drive Storage Up to 3x 2.5″ SSD (Full Length GPU) Up to 7 x 2.5″ SSD (SFF GPU)
Expansion Slots Full Length GPU Up to 4 slots
Expansion Slots Small Form Factor GPU Up to 3 slots
Front I/O 1x USB Type-C 3.2 Gen 2; 2x USB 3.2 Gen 1
Rear I/O Power Switch
Fan Options – Front 2x 120mm / 2x 140mm Fans
Fan Options – Top 1x 120mm x 15mm Fan
Radiator Support – Front 1x 240mm / 1x 280 mm
Radiator Support – Side 1x 240mm

Pricing and availability

The Meshroom S will be available in Fossil Gray, Sage Green and Peacock Blue for pre-order starting August 27th, 2022, at MSRP $159.99 USD. Accessories will be available in mid October, including an additional side tempered glass side panel, a HDMI/Displayport upright angle cable, and various PCIe 4.0 cable for ATX, M-ATX use. Meshroom S case No PCIe Version will also be released in Fossil Gray, Sage Green and Peacock Blue, starting pre-order on August 27th, 2022 for $109.99 USD.

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