As we have seen with a few other cases there are variations available of the BitFenix Nova Mesh, in this instance there is a choice of colour, black or white, and also a choice of a tempered glass side panel and illuminated rear fan (designated as the TG version), or a sound dampening steel panel and no illuminated fans.
The front mesh panel contains a dust filter and has the capacity to mount either a 360mm radiator or up to 3x 120mm or a possible 2x 140mm intake fans. There is a mounting in the roof of the case for 2x 120mm fans and another in the rear for a 120mm fan to vent. The PSU has a compartment in the bottom of the case where there is another intake mesh, with another dust filter.
There is a space 23mm deep behind the motherboard tray to allow cables to run without getting in the way of everything else. While relatively Spartan features wise this means that the case is versatile and neat with the capacity to run the sort of aggressive air cooling build that a lot of midi-towers are opting for these days. There is no built in RGB controller but between the mesh front and the glass side panel an illuminated build is still very much an option.
The BitFenix Nova Mesh retails for £52.99 with the TG variant costing £62.99.