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MSI Stealth Mid Tower Case Review

When I hear the name MSI I mainly think of video cards and motherboards, but to many people’s surprise they make quite a few different products and one of them happens to be cases.  Today we are checking out their Stealth Mid Tower Case.  This case features a very sleek design, lots of cooling, USB 3.0 support, USB charging port and tool-less installation for both your hard drives and optical drives.  Is this case going to make MSI a name you think about when looking for a new case? Read on to find out!

Special thanks to MSI for providing us with the Stealth Mid Tower Case to review.

Specifications

Interceptor

Stealth

Model

IN-602

Form Factor

ATX Mid Tower

Color / Type

Black (Steel)

Front Bezel Material

Shock Resistant Finish (Rubberized)

Motherboard Support

ATX / MicroATX

5.25″ Drive

3

3.5″ Internal

4

Expansion Slots

7

USB 2.0 / 3.0

2 / 2 (Front Panel) / 1 Powered USB 2.0

HD/97 Audio

Yes (Front Panel)

Card Reader

Yes

Included Fans

2 (120mm Rear; Front LED)

Optional Fans

Up to FOUR (5) 120mm additional fans

Dimensions (Chassis)

205(W) x 460(L) x 430(H) MM

Weight

11.2 lbs / 5.1kg

Warranty

3 Years

Packaging
The Stealth comes in a nice retail box.  On the front there is a photo of the case and a large emblem that lets you know it has a 3 year warranty, shock resistant finish and an advanced thermal design.  On the side of the case there is an overview of some of the features

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The case is nicely packaged inside with large pieces of styrofoam and a plastic bag.  Inside you will find a “MSI Customer Survival Pack” which has all of your mounting hardware, zip ties, user’s manual and an MSI dog tag.

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Bob Buskirk
the authorBob Buskirk
About 10 years of computer experience. Been messing around with electronics since I was 5, got into computers when I was in highschool, been modding them ever since then. Very interested in how things work and their design.
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