Today we are taking a look at one of MSI’s new chassis, the MSI Stealth. MSI made their first steps into the computer chassis market with the introduction of two new chassis: the Stealth and the Ravager.
We already published a preview of the chassis, and some of the issues we ran into. The preview can be viewed here
The Stealth promises some interesting features, such as VGA card stabilizers for extra long graphics cards, as well as a USB Super Charger Designated Port.
The specifications are as follows:
Form Factor: ATX Mid Tower
Color / Type: Black (Steel)
Front Bezel Material: Shock Resistant Finish (Rubberized)
Motherboard Support: ATX / MicroATX
5.25” Drive: 4
3.5” Internal: 4
Expansion Slots: 7
USB 2.0 / 3.0: 2 + 1 / 2 (Front Panel)
HD/97 Audio: Yes (Front Panel)
VGA Stabilizer: Yes
Included Fans: 2 (120mm Rear; Front LED)
Optional Fans: Up to FIVE (5) 120mm addtl. fans
Dimensions (Chassis): 205 (W) x 460 (L) x 430(H)
Warranty: 3 Years
The first thing we noticed when looking at the chassis’ packaging was a couple of spelling errors on the box; instead of coming with a ‘User Manual’, it comes with a ‘User Manuel’, and instead of a ‘Shock Resistant Finish’ it comes with a ‘Shock Resistent Finish’. We spoke to MSI about this, and we were told that it was an error by the printing company on the first batch of shipments, but has been fixed for subsequent shipments of the chassis. However, our replacement chassis which was supposedly a retail mass production unit also had the spelling errors on the packaging.
The chassis comes with a pouch that contains the MSI dog tag, manual, screws, and zip ties.
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