MSI MPG GUNGNIR 110R Overview
Taking a first look at the MPG GUNGNIR 110R we can see we have the white version of the case, but it also comes in black as well. The case is about the size of your average mid-tower I would say, the official dimensions are 430 x 215 x 480 mm.
The front part of the case is pretty unique. One side is a tempered glass panel, while the other is a normal metal panel. The are angled to make a sort of prism design, which looks pretty cool. For all of those wondering about airflow there are vents on the top and bottom of the case as well as between the two panels and on the side of the front bezel. There is also a MSI dragon logo on the metal panel towards the top of the case.
The front bezel of the case can easily be removed by pulling on it from the bottom. With it removed we find a removable filter and our three front intake fans. These are 120 mm ARGB fans. If for some reason you want to swap these fans out the front of the case will also support two 140 mm fans or radiators up to 360 mm.
Moving up to the top of the case we have all of our buttons and connections. From left to right we have a large power button, smaller reset button, power LED, USB 3.2 gen 2×2 Type-C port, two USB 3.0 ports, headphone and microphone jacks, and a LED button. The LED button is connected to the ARGB controller, which we will go over in a bit.
The rest of the top of the case is a ventilated section with a magnetic filter on top of it. The section of the case will support up to two 120 / 140 mm cooling fans or radiators up to 240 mm.
The main side panel of the case is a 4mm-thick tempered glass panel that is going to show off all of your hardware inside.
Moving around to the back of the case we have a pretty standard layout with a 4th 120mm ARGB fan, our expansion slots (with a slot protector), and our power supply mount at the bottom. Both side panels are held into place by thumbscrews.
On the bottom of the case we have our feet and a small plastic filter over the ventilated section for our power supply.