Montech Launches X3 Mesh and X3 Glass Mid-Tower Cases

Montech X3 Mesh

Montech has unveiled 4 brand new Mid-Tower PC casings as part of its X3 Mesh and X3 Glass Casing series. The Montech X3 series offers excellent airflow and comes with 6 pre-installed fans. The cases provide versatility in component support and feature a swivel tempered glass side panel.

The Montech X3 Mesh and X3 Glass Mid Tower PC casings have a total of six pre-installed RGB fans, three 140mm fans at the front, two 120mm fans at the top, and a single 120mm at the rear. The well-ventilated case ensures adequate airflow is maintained to keep the system at peak performance.

Montech X3 Mesh

While the top and bottom of the case include large openings with dust filters, the X3 Mesh’s full front panel features a fine mesh for improved airflow. The X3 Glass features wide vents at the front on each side for air intake.

The X3 series features a quality tempered glass left side panel with zero drill holes, drastically improving the panel’s strength and providing a fully unobstructed view. Mounted on hinges, the Swivel tempered glass side panel can be quickly removed to give full access to the main chamber of the case without scratching the glass.

Montech X3 Mesh

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The X3 Mesh and X3 Glass are compatible with Mini-ITX, M-ATX, and full ATX motherboards. The casings have enough clearance for CPU coolers up to 160mm tall, and long graphics cards up to 305mm. The PSU shroud compartment can be equipped with a power supply up to 160mm long and features the mounting hardware for two 3.5” or 2.5” drives, with two additional 2.5” drive mounting locations available behind the motherboard tray.


The Montech X3 Mesh and X3 Glass are now available for purchase on Amazon and Newegg. The Casings come in Black and White color schemes. The X3 Mesh black MSRP will be US$69.99 and US$72.99 for the white. The X3 Glass black MSRP will be US$75.99, and US$79.99 for the white.

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