Tuesday, July 20th 2021

MSI Announces MPG Quetude 100S Silent Case

For people that want a modest and more reserved setup while keeping things fun, look over. The MPG QUIETUDE 100S is our first silent gaming PC case that features a variety of noise dampening features and premium materials. The MPG QUIETUDE 100S is ready to perform, and you just can't head it coming.

The MPG QUIETUDE 100S is the first of MSI's products to focus on silence performance. It features MSI's innovative MEG SILENT GALE P12 fan, which is capable of providing sufficient airflow for system cooling while maintaining low noise levels (for more information on the MEG SILENT GALE P12 fan). It features three panels throughout the entire system with sound dampening foams that can effectively shut-in noise. On the MPG QUIETUDE 100S' IO port, there's also a fan speed control button that can set the fans' speed to three stages of RPM at 100%, 70%, 0%. This is so that users can choose for themselves if they want cooling performance with enough airflow or a complete silent operation.
Reserved Yet Playful
The MPG QUIETUDE 100S' modest looks are further highlighted by some playfulness. Its front panel can project ARGB lighting while its side features an ARGB light strip. These sparkly features can both be controlled conveniently through the Insta-Light Loop on the IO port at the touch of a button.

Capable Features
The MPG QUIETUDE 100S is also an extremely capable gaming PC case. It features a VGA support bracket that can sustain graphics cards of different weights and sizes. On its side is a hinged tempered glass swinging window that offers the best durability and system accessibility. If cooling performance something you care about, worry not. The MPG QUIETUDE 100S is optimized to provide effective airflow and can mount up to 7 fans in total.
For more information, visit the product page.
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5 Comments on MSI Announces MPG Quetude 100S Silent Case

#1
Gmr_Chick
That light bar design on the PSU shroud...hmmm, where I have seen that before?

Oh, yes of course!



Nice try there, MSI... :roll:
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#2
TheLostSwede
Headline is missing an i in the model name.
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#3
bonehead123
Well lookie here Maw, ANUTHA black box with fans & pretty lights....

wow, I'm sooooo excited, I just can't stand it, hehehehe
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#4
DeathtoGnomes
a fan speed control button that can set the fans' speed to three stages of RPM at 100%, 70%, 0%.
100, 50, 0 would have been better.
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#5
Sodahorse93
I dig the hell out of it but, not for my current setup but I can definitely see me owning one in different circumstances.
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