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Mesh Xtreme FX-60

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unrealhippie 3rd March 2006, 18:13 Quote
I'll stick with building myself, cant stand messy wires!

Good value tho :)
ozstrike 3rd March 2006, 18:24 Quote
I know that the side panel system is very good, had it on my system I bought ~16 months ago. I have to say that I really like Mesh, their systems are pretty nice. (I sound like a fanboy :() It's also nice to be able to lock your case.
Hybr1d 3rd March 2006, 19:44 Quote
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Originally Posted by ozstriker
I know that the side panel system is very good, had it on my system I bought ~16 months ago. I have to say that I really like Mesh, their systems are pretty nice. (I sound like a fanboy :() It's also nice to be able to lock your case.

True, their prices are very good compared to certain other high-end pc builders too.
[Tom] 3rd March 2006, 21:03 Quote
Looks pretty good value for what you...would never end up on my desk though!

Just spotted this on the first page:
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There are a couple of things we'd change with this specification, but it's generally well thought out. much we'd change about this specification - it's pretty well thought out. If you don't need a new monitor or speakers, you can ask Mesh to cross those off the list, but this is a well-balanced, well-specced complete system.
CK|Mavy 3rd March 2006, 21:57 Quote
The Retaining Strip for the expansion cards looks allot (exactly) like the one u get with Thermaltake cases.
It used to be in my TT Shark until i got fedup and replaced it with thumb screws :D
ozstrike 3rd March 2006, 22:04 Quote
IIRC the retaining strip isn't on my Mesh case. I've seen a similar type of thing on a fair few cases, though.
Firehed 3rd March 2006, 23:48 Quote
Looks like a decent value, though I still can't do currency translations quite right in my head. I'm psyched for that 20"WS roundup coming soon you mentioned :)
Shadowed_fury 3rd March 2006, 23:57 Quote
Now thats a pre-built system that IS appealing. Nice job. And nice review guys. :)
Ab$olut 4th March 2006, 04:58 Quote
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Originally Posted by Shadowed_fury
Now thats a pre-built system that IS appealing. Nice job. And nice review guys. :)

Yes I agree if I had the cash laying around i'd get one of these I think :D B)
Fod 4th March 2006, 09:12 Quote
the service from mesh is appalling. my last PC was from mesh, so was my brother in law's - never, ever, ever again.
eek 4th March 2006, 18:57 Quote
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Originally Posted by Shadowed_fury
Now thats a pre-built system that IS appealing. Nice job. And nice review guys. :)
Dunno, it is nice and all, but as it is pretty much the same price as buying the stuff separately, I personally would choose to make it myself so I could sort out the minor niggles!

I'd like to see an ultimate system start making use of crossfire too!

FX60 + ASUS A8R32-MVP Deluxe + 2 X1900XTs = the win!
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