For a great overview of the case check out our video below.
The Stealth is your typical mid tower case. It is all black and as of right now that is the only color that it is available in. The first thing that I noticed about the case was that the top and front bezel have a sort of rubber coating on them. MSI calls this their shock resistant finish and it not only gives the case a cool feel but also a cool look as well.
Starting at the front of the case towards the top you have all of your connections. Going from left to right you have a USB charging port, two USB 2.0 ports, audio ports and two USB 3.0 ports. Below that you have a large power button and a smaller reset button as well as activity LEDs.
Moving on down there are four 5.25-inch bays. Way at the bottom there is a large intake section where you will find a 120mm blue LED fan.
The top of the case has a very uniquely designed ventilation system.
The side panel of the case is pretty plain except for 2 large ventilation sections where you can install 120 or 140mm fans. Also you will notice some blue inside the case, we will get to that in just a little bit.
On the back of the case there is a 120mm blue exhaust fan, although it looks like you can fit a smaller 92mm fan there as well. There are two small watercooling holes towards the middle of the case and of course you are going to mount your power supply on the bottom of the case. Just like all cases these days you have thumbscrews on the side panels for easy access.