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What one is better? H500P Mesh or Meshify C – TG 1 week 1 day ago #17455

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I'm trying to decide if I should give the MasterCase H500P Mesh a shot I have built my son's system in a Meshify C – TG and it looks really nice and I built a system for a friend of his in the Define R6 Black TG and it looks really nice as well. Both were easy to build in. I liked that the top fan mounts could be removed from the top side of the R6 as I had a cable to get plugged in that otherwise would have had to remove everything to get plugged in. (A fan change was made after the build was pretty much done. I'm however focused in on order of importance; cooling performance, sound and looks. Though the SL600M might be worth waiting for. I'm not in a hurry. I like the look of the Meshify C over the H500P. I also don't like to do LED crap for looks. I would only install LED to have a good view of what it looks like inside and if I need to blow out any dust. When I build I'm going to go for as close to a total blackout look as possible.
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What one is better? H500P Mesh or Meshify C – TG 1 week 7 hours ago #17456

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I'd personally go with the Fractal Design. I like their cases and own a Node 304 myself. Nothing bad at all to say about their quality. The Meshify looks really great, without appearing gaudy.
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What one is better? H500P Mesh or Meshify C – TG 6 days 9 hours ago #17460

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What one is better? H500P Mesh or Meshify C – TG 6 days 6 hours ago #17481

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TBH, they are pretty much the same in terms of cooling, features and both have decent build quality. I'd say, go with your guts feeling and choose the one you think looks better and suits your budget - either one of them will be good.

I can also recommend cases from BeQuiet and Phanteks, if you're looking for something decent with not much LED/RGB crazyness.

BeQuiet's cases have typically less (but by no means bad) cooling performance, but better noise performance.

Phantek's cases are well balanced, are high quality and a breeze to build in.

Both brands cases typically come with some rgb strips in the front/top, but they are fairly unoffensive and the cases still look good even if they are dissabled/turned off.
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