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  • Fractal Design Meshify/Define/R6 Radiator Fitment

    Good morning all!

    I have a Fractal Design Meshify S2, and was curious if anyone else here had used a case in this series, and knows if push/pull fans on two 360 radiators fit with minimal issue? I want to run push pull so I can drop the speed nice and low for low sound, but still have decent air flow through the rads.

    My current system is as follows:

    Asus Z390-E MB
    Asus RTX 2080ti O11 - Gaming
    32gb Viper 3000mhz ram
    Meshify S2 Case
    Heatkiller IV Pro Acrylic CPU Block
    Heatkiller Strix Full cover WB w/ Backplate
    Heatkiller Tube D5 200
    Darkside LP360mm Rads x2
    Haven't decided on fans, most likely Darkside GT 1850's

  • #2
    Yes on front for sure unless using a Monsta thickness radiator, so anything 60mm or less in thickness should work.

    Top will also work with a thin rad but make sure you don't have RAM taller than the 40mm recommended height.

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    • #3
      I just finished a build with the Meshify S2, if you want to be comfortable, front rad should be less than 40mm i would say, i used a 30mmx280 in the front but you can do a 360 as well if you are willing to remove the metal plate ( i wanted to keep the plate so used a smaller rad and pass-through fittings) , top 360mm rad is the best size even though you can fit a 420 but then it will be a really tight squeeze. You can also put one in the bottom, a 240 i think.

      Check out those links, there is my build and another build which won this months contest, using both Meshify s2

      My build:

      The Winner:


      • #4

        To get an idea of rad thickness vs fan widths, although not a meshify, since ur title states r6....

        One thing I advise, you'd probably want to exhaust your radiators, dumping heat into this case is ill advised with the 9900k