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Corsair 400c vs Meshify C

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Very similar in terms of look- they both have a PSU shroud, large side panel, etc.

Similar cost as well. Any ideas on which is better? Any standout features? Thanks.

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corsair 400c, i always bought fractal design cases and they are great but for some reason i got quality control issues with the meshify C, it looks great too and probably have better airflow but for this one i'd go with the corsair.

 

(they did (fractal) send the broken part at no cost on warranty with no hassle) but i think the corsair 400c looks better.

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1 minute ago, Howitz said:

corsair 400c, i always bought fractal design cases and they are great but for some reason i got quality control issues with the meshify C, it looks great too and probably have better airflow but for this one i'd go with the corsair.

Really? 

I've bought 3 Meshify C's in the past year for friends builds and theyve all been just fine.

What was wrong?

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6 minutes ago, Slottr said:

Really? 

I've bought 3 Meshify C's in the past year for friends builds and theyve all been just fine.

What was wrong?

I mean, the case was ok to build into, i made my little sister's pc in it and she loves it. But just out of personnal preference i think it's really short and looks derpy when you look at it from the side. (or maybe im just used to my humongous define C)

 

i did get rid of the plastic stuck by loosening some screws on the back of the front panel to give some space.

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400c: A very average case. Nothing wrong, nothing outstanding. Not even the price tag.

 

Meshify C : airflow oriented, noise insulation isnt that good.

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