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MSI Announces MPG SEKIRA 100 Series Gaming PC Cases

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Illuminate new possibilities and surpass your limits the MPG SEKIRA 100 Series. MSI's SEKIRA Series had always embodied luxury and this time is no exception. For components clearance, the MPG SEKIRA 100 Series has GPU length up to 340 mm, CPU cooler length up to 170 mm, and PSU length up to 250 mm. Crafted with quality materials and loaded with a bunch pragmatic features dedicated to the needs of gamers, this mid-tower chassis reaches for the stars with a design that is destined to unleash peak performance for you.

When it comes to exterior design, the MPG SEKIRA 100R's front panel is constructed with flush sheets of aluminium and tinted glass to showcase its beautiful ARGB lighting. On the other hand, the MPG SEKIRA 100P's monochromatic front panel illustrates its modest aesthetics while maintaining the ubiquitous theme of the highest of standards. This further demonstrates attention to material quality and dedication that went into the product design of the MPG SEKIRA 100 Series.





The MPG SEKIRA 100 Series' I/O port is also made all the more powerful and convenient. By bridging a USB Gen2 Type-C port with 10 Gbps, you can swiftly synergize MPG SEKIRA 100 Series with an MSI motherboard. If you want a mature and well established MSI gaming ecosystem, you can pair the MPG SEKIRA 100 Series with an MSI graphics card and MSI's MAG CORELIQUID Series liquid coolers.



The MPG SEKIRA 100R comes with four ARGB fans that will stun onlookers with its lighting effects. Furthermore, on the I/O port, you can quickly control the fans' color and lighting effects with Insta-Light Loop at the touch of a button. Click through the lighting color profiles at ease and choose your favorite.



The MPG SEKIRA 100 Series has many hardware features that make it both capable and high performing. One unique feature of the MPG SEKIRA 100 Series is the top vent lid. The top vent lid provides additional system airflow and protection to the chassis. You can uninstall by unlocking the two screws at the back and then pulling it off. By taking off the top vent lid, you can see the screw less tempered glass window underneath. The screw less tempered glass window is held with a locking mechanism that is further secured with the sliding top vent lid.



By taking off the top vent lid, the magnetic dust filter that can be easily removed for cleaning purposes is also revealed. To prevent dust from entering the system of the MPG SEKIRA 100 Series, a total of three filters have been placed around.

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In my language Sekira means "AXE" (the chopping kind, not the deodorant :laugh:)
 
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Another vanity case and almost identical to the Tt case I'm using at present. Cooling is limited with the tiny front vents. I had to remove the glass side 'window' because it got too hot.
Not a good case for anyone who wants good airflow to keep temps down. Only good for a 2 core CPU and really low end GPU perhaps, nothing else.
If the side glass was on hinges it would make a great pie warmer. Waiting for my new case to arrive so I can ditch this thing.
 
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nuthin new here kiddies, back to nappy time now :)

Well at least it has USB-C, so there's that, hehehe.....
 
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