Sunday, November 24th 2019

MSI Announces the MAG Forge 100 Series Cases

Forge is defined as the process of shaping a metal object through heating and hammering, a magical event that turns something ordinary into something phenomenal. Introducing the MSI MAG Forge 100 series, gaming computers made to perform and serve. Made to look sturdy and robust, the Forge 100 series took design cues from smith anvils as a constant reminder. It reminds us that no matter what, the Forge 100 series will always sit as your foundation in turning anything into something extraordinary. The Forge 100 series has three esteemed members: Forge 100R, Forge 100M, and Forge 101M. Decide what gear fits you best in the heat of battle, and you're sure to win. As shown by the photo, users can choose between having 2 or 3 pre-installed front fans depending on the product SKU.

Leaving some decision making to our users, the Forge 100 series supports multiple easy installation mechanisms and can accommodate up to the ATX motherboard that provides peak performance depending on what our users need. Thanks to the Mystic Light software, the MAG Forge 100R can cast millions of colors and special effects. The Mystic Light software can even further enhance your build personalization through synchronization with a huge variety of components. Pressing the LED switch button for three seconds also grants users the ability to sync the lighting effects with the motherboard through the MSI Mystic Light App.
On top of its increased durability, 4 mm side panel tempered glass is ideal for displaying RGB lighting effects and providing a clear look of the internal components. The Forge 100 Series' thoughtful case design allows users to install/remove the tempered glass easily. Simply place the tempered glass on the stump of the case before installing it for a safe and simple process.
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6 Comments on MSI Announces the MAG Forge 100 Series Cases

#1
PerfectWave
why 99% of pc case are horrible in design?
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#2
Alamedrin
I didn't like desing of front panel:mad:

This model(MAG VAMPIRIC 011C) is looking better than MAG Forge 100.

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#3
bonehead123
R.f'n.g.f'n.b..
TG....
moar R.f'n.g.f'n.b..
TG...
rinse...
repeat.....

nutha new here kiddies, back to nappy time now :slap:
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#4
Chrispy_
Ugly as sin, but I'm sorry to say that with the terrible plague of tempered-glass front panels 100% suffocating the RGBLED fans in many cases - this is actually going to be one of the better options for actual cooling.

A single tempered glass side panel is okay. I mean, the way it mounts to most cases isn't as neat or practical as the windowed panels we used to get, but at least it works as a showcase. Having tempered glass on the front panel and round the back of the motherboard is not what most people want or need though. They need airflow and somewhere to hide the cables out of sight.
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#5
MEC-777
I get they're trying to make it different and futuristic, but this is not well executed, IMO. Same plain-jane overall layout/interior with a weird front panel.
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#6
DeathtoGnomes
bonehead123
R.f'n.g.f'n.b..
TG....
moar R.f'n.g.f'n.b..
TG...
rinse...
repeat.....

nutha new here kiddies, back to nappy time now :slap:
R FKN G FKN B :nutkick:
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