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    MSI MAG Forge 100 Series cases for gamers announced

    Forge 100R, 100M, and 101M vary by amount and types of fans that are pre-installed.
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    Re: MSI MAG Forge 100 Series cases for gamers announced

    How in any way does this look like an anvil? What does 'battle-ready' even mean in terms of a computer case? Can I take it through a contact in Fallujah, or something?
    Why does an MSI case look like a gamer-design that CoolerMaster rejected?
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    Re: MSI MAG Forge 100 Series cases for gamers announced

    Yeah, not really seeing the Anvil theme either.
    Seems to be a lot of wasted space at the front, while potentially supporting extra radiator thickness, many other cases make good use of that in other ways too.
    Front intake at first glance looks decent with a mesh, but it really depends on the dust filtration.
    If that sits behind a mesh, it can line up and actually restrict airflow substantially.

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