Ssupd launches Meshroom S SFF case, built on the Meshlicious

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Ssupd recently launched its latest case, Ssupd Meshroom S, with a number of improvements and feature upgrades over the popular Meshlicious. The case comes in at 14.93 litres and continues the 360-degree ventilation trend of the Meshlicious.

Meshroom S’s big features

The Meshroom S has received a slight bump up in size from the Meshlicious, allowing up to 4-slot GPUs to be installed, up to two 280mm radiators, an ATX power supply, and even an ATX motherboard.

The case has four layouts to best suit your system and components. The options are:

  • ATX motherboard & GPU installed in the front
  • Micro ATX motherboard & GPU installed in the front
  • ITX motherboard & GPU installed in the rear
  • ATX motherboard & GPU installed in the rear

The Meshroom S looks like an incremental upgrade to the Meshlicious with improved compatibility and support for more standard components with the almost the same size and appearance.


The Meshroom S starts at US$119.99 for the case, and US$169.99 for the case and a PCIe Gen4 riser cable. The case is available in Fossil Gray, Charcoal Black, Sage Green, and Peacock Blue. The case can be pre-ordered on Newegg’s US-based website with an expected release date of October 10th 2022.


Case dimensions (L x W x H)247 mm x 167 mm x 362 mm / 9.72 inch x 6.57 inch x 14.25 inch
Net weight3.2 kg / 7.05 lb
Motherboard compatibilityMini-ITX; Mini-DTX, M-ATX and ATX (PCIe cable not included package)
IO2 x USB 3.2 Gen 1; 1 x Type-C 3.2 Gen 2, power button (rear)
GPU supportFull length GPU: up to 4 slots; small form factor GPU: 3 slots
PSU supportSFX, SFX-L, ATX
PCIe standardPCIe Gen 4.0 x 16
More specs can be found on the Meshroom S product page.

Source: Ssupd