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Montech X3 Mesh ATX Case Review

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Montech’s X3 Mesh comes in a standard brown box and indicates this is the Mesh RGB Fan version of the X3.

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Inside, the case is held safely in the center by two large Styrofoam blocks while being wrapped in a plastic bag.

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Montech’s X3 Mesh is a tall but shallow case, you won’t need a deep desk to hold it comfortably.

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The geodesic pattern of the mesh front panel helps break up and some character to the face of the X3 Mesh.

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Like many cases, the right-hand panel is there to cover everything. A large vented section on the front helps with air intake.

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The rear of the case looks pretty typical for an ATX Mid-tower, you get 7 expansion slots, a lower power supply opening, and a 120mm fan attached above the motherboard I/O area.

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The left side is the business end with a large floor-to-ceiling glass window.

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The top is covered with a magnetic filter that blends seamlessly with the rest of the case. I/O includes the usual power and reset buttons, twin USB 3.0 ports, a lone USB 2.0 port, and an RGB on/off button. Of course, you get standard HD Audio ports as well as power and drive activity indicators as well. It’s also worth noting that while the X3 Mesh comes with the top fan positions occupied, the case also supports 140mm fans or a 280mm cooler in this location as well.

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On the bottom, you find another fan filter for the PSU intake and two thumbscrews that allow removal of the 3.5” drive tray in the case basement.

 

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