Ok I’m a sucker for white cases so I love that MSI has come out with a white version of their MPG GUNGNIR 110R case. On top of that they have also recently come out with white versions of many of their products to match this case so you can really have an all-white build. They sent us over their MPG A750GF white power supply, which matched this case perfectly and they also have a new MAG CORELIQUID 240R V2 AiO that will look amazing in this case! Stay tuned for our upcoming video where we install that cooler! Another thing I really like is that literally everything is white on this case, the fans, the trays, expansion slot covers, etc. It is that nice attention to detail I really like from MSI.
The prism design of the front panel makes this case stand out compared to other cases out there and the four ARGB fans really light things up inside the case. It is really nice that MSI included an ARGB controller and pre-wired all of the fans to it. This allows you to control the fans with the LED button on the case where you can switch colors and effects. Alternatively you can connect the controller to an ARGB header on your motherboard and control the lighting using your motherboard’s RGB software.
Beyond on looks the case has to perform well and be easy to build in. Being a smaller case I was surprised at how easy it was to build in, we really did not run into any issues at all. I would say if you are going to populate the two bottom hard drive trays you will have less room to hide your cables. In terms of performance the three intake fans and one exhaust fan did a good job keeping our components inside nice and cool.
Right now you can pick this case up at our favorite online retailer for $119.99, which I feel is a very fair price for what you are getting. Overall ThinkComputers gives the MPG GUNGNIR 110R White Case a 9 out of 10 score and our Recommended Award!
– Sleek design
– 4 included ARGB fans with controller
– Room inside for 4 hard drives
– Easy installation
– Attention to detail with all-white parts
– MSI offers other matching components
– Not a ton of room to hide cables if you use the bottom hard drive cage