I thought the interior looked familiar.
I'd try it with the completely closed top and see what temps are like, but you're likely gonna need some more exhaust. I don't think that doing a full top exhaust is gonna help all that much - maybe a single top fan in the farthest back slot by the heatsink/rear exhaust fan just so you can make sure you're funneling all the hot air out that the CPU heatsink creates. However with the way that the different tops work on the newer fractal cases (guessing the Meshify S2 is similar to my Define 7 in that its a single, large piece) you might end up with some weird air circulation as it pulls in air from the top vents unless you block them somehow.
If you go full exhaust on top a lot of the air from those front intakes is just gonna go straight up and out the top without ever hitting any components.
Damn that noctua is a beefy heatsink.
that was my plan to go with just 1 exhaust on top...my issue was where to place the fan...the top panel has slots for three 140mm fans- top (front), top (middle) and top (rear)...I ruled out the top (front) but was trying to decide between the middle and rear...the middle would sit almost directly over the CPU cooler so I thought that might be best but it seems a lot of people are saying to place it in the rear spot close to the rear exhaust fan
I thought placing a top exhaust that close to the rear exhaust would create some kind of issue as far as airflow
the Noctua NH-D15 CPU cooler is a beast...my memory sticks wouldn't fit so I needed to raise the fan higher up on one of the cooling towers