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SSUPDsister company of lian liannounced the launch of a new high-end chassis in format Mini-ITXwe talk about the SSUPD Meshroom Swhich is perfect to form a very high performance team in a very restrained size.
Designed for both gamers and content creators, or any user who wants a more modest system, but in a compressed size, we find a chassis with dimensions of 247 mm x 167 mm x 362 mm that occupies a volume of 14.93 litersindicating that in the future there will be a Meshroom D with a volume of 14.97 liters, but that will be later when information is offered.
The SSUPD Meshroom S allows you to build a top-of-the-range PC in very little space
Inside this chassis we are allowed to install a motherboard in Mini-ITX, Mini-DTX, Micro-ATX and even an ATX format. This motherboard can be accompanied by a graphics card with up to 336 mm in length and 115 mm in width (211 mm if you do not use a radiator). When it comes to air cooling, you can install a CPU cooler up to 73mm high. Regarding power supplies, you can install one in ATX format with up to 160 mm depth, or sources in SFX-L or SFX format.
Mini size, but with excellent cooling
To allow high-performance hardware to be mounted in such a small system, good ventilation is required, and that is why they can be installed up to 2x 140mm fans in the front (or a 280/240mm radiator), plus one 120mm top fan and even add another 240mm radiator on one side. All this is possible because the side panels, the front and the top are finished in metal meshthus optimizing the cooling of all components.
The rest of the specifications SSUPD Meshroom S complete with access to an I/O panel on top with access to 1x USB-C 3.2 Gen 2 port + 2x USB 3.2 Gen 1, allows the installation of Custom liquids, and will be available in the colors Fossil Grey, Sage Green and Peacock Blue at an MSRP of $159.99 with the included PCIe 4.0 riser ($109.99 without it), waiting for additional accessories to arrive in October such as tempered glass windowsPCIe 4.0 cabling, or adapters to change the angles of your GPU’s video outputs.
A chassis upgrade that we used for the PC that we raffled off and created a copy that I own
Those most used to visiting the web, perhaps this chassis has been familiar to you, and it is not for less, and that is that we are facing a revision of the Meshlicious that we use to make up the top-of-the-range Gaming PC that we give away and that I also chose for my personal computer.
In its version for raffle, it hosts a complete liquid Custom from EK-Quantium with water block for CPU, GPU, we have copper radiator, pipe and a reservoir/water pump next to a GeForce RTX 3090 in a tiny size. My PC is almost identical, except that I use a GeForce RTX 3080Ti air cooled.
We leave you some photos so that you have an idea of what can be done with a chassis of this type.