A Look Inside
Taking a look inside the case we have a pretty standard two compartment layout, with the top compartment being for our motherboard and the bottom being for the power supply and storage. As far as motherboard support the GUNGNIR 110R supports mini-ITX, Micro-ATX, and ATX. Around the motherboard tray there are a handful of cable routing holes, with three of them having the rubber inserts.
At the front of the case we of course have our three pre-installed fans and one thing I did notice is that they are entirely while, down to the frame. We’ve seen many companies come out with white versions of their cases, but they use the same RGB fans as the black version of the case with black frames etc. Here MSI has gone with all white fans, which I really like. There is also a cut-out section of the power supply cover so you can fit a radiator in the front of the case.
The power supply cover does extend the entire length of the case and one thing I noticed is that it does not have an SSD tray on it like the original black version of the case did. There are two cable routing holes on the cover as well as an opening to show off your power supply.
At the rear of the case we have our exhaust fan and expansion slot covers. Just like the fans these expansion slot covers are all white too.
Taking the opposite side panel off the case we can see how the rest of the case it setup. The first thing that caught my attention was the ARGB controller. This controller supports up to six fans and the four included fans are already pre-wired to it. Now this is only an ARGB controller, you’ll have to power the fans yourself, but MSI does include a 3-fan splitter so to power the four fans you’ll need at least two open fan headers on your motherboard.
Right next to the controller there is a large SSD tray that supports two 2.5-inch solid state drives. It is held in to place by a single thumbscrew, which makes it easy for you to remove it and install your drives. There are plenty of tie-down points on the backside of the motherboard tray and three velcro ties to help with cable routing.
In the bottom compartment of the case you’ll find a hard drive cage that has two removeable trays. These trays support both 3.5-inch and 2.5-inch drives. So with the SSD tray and these removable trays this case supports up to 4 hard drives out of the box.
On the opposite side is the space for our power supply, which does have small cushions so your power supply sits slightly above the case.