Review: Ssupd Meshroom S


After having tested the Corsair 2000D Airflow, we now move on to a new case test. Last year, the Ssupd brand launched a new ITX case model, the Meshroom S. After long months of waiting, it has now arrived at the editorial office in its blue version for a full test. Are you ready? Here we go!

Ssupd Meshroom S

The Meshroom S exterior:

Once again, we’re dealing with a monolithically styled case. What sets it apart, however, is the massive use of metal mesh… It’s absolutely everywhere: on the front, top and sides. Nonetheless, we like the style, the visuals are sober and the case will blend seamlessly into your interior, be it living room, personal or professional office. In any case, it’s not a gaming case, far from it.

We now move on to some technical data, such as dimensions. Naturally, we’re dealing with a very compact case measuring 167 (W) x 247 (D) x 362 (H) mm. Compared to the 2000D, we’re dealing with a more compact, shallower and lower body. Otherwise, as for weight, we’re at 3.2 kg on the scales, so it’s not much to worry about. That’s one of the advantages of this format in our opinion: compact, lightweight machines, at least compared to mid-tower PCs.

The control panel:

Ssupd Meshroom S panneau de contrôle

The control panel of this Meshroom S takes up space on the top of the case and features:

  • Two USB-A 3.2 Gen1 connectors
  • One USB-C 3.2 Gen2 connector
  • And that’s all there is to it

As you can see, the control panel is minimalist, with no 3.5 mm jack or power button, and for good reason… Ssupd has positioned it on the rear of their case. But we’ve got at least two USB-As to plug in at least two USB sticks.

The underside :

Ssupd Meshroom S dessous

Underneath the case, first of all, we find the Meshroom S‘s feet in the form of small rubber pads. There are also a number of openings for access to the graphics card connectors. Otherwise, we notice the presence of several rubber washers whose positioning strongly resembles 2.5″ SSD/HDD slots.


Ssupd Meshroom S arrière

The rear of this model resembles nothing we’ve ever seen before, as the top left features three inverted full-height expansion slots. As you’d expect, we’ll be able to install a triple-slot graphics card. Just below, there’s a ventilation grille and a small opening at the very bottom.

On the other side is the motherboard’s I/O shield connector slot, with the power button just above it. Finally, at the very bottom, we have the right to the power supply slot, which could be in ATX or SFX format.

The top :

Ssupd Meshroom S dessus

Apart from the control panel, there’s nothing special about the top of the case, apart from a mesh grille. In theory, hot air is not constrained and should escape fairly easily.