MSI has introduced its first silent gaming PC case, the MPG QUIETUDE 100S. A potential contender to cases offered by noise-conscious companies like Fractal and be quiet!, MSI’s MPG QUIETUDE 100S features a variety of noise dampening features and premium materials such as sound dampening foam and a fan speed control button that allows users to quickly switch between three stages of RPM (100, 70 and 0 percent) when desired. MSI’s MPG QUIETUDE 100S case also features the manufacturer’s new MEG SILENT GALE P12 fan, which leverages liquid-crystal polymer fan blades, a hydro-dynamic bearing, an anti-vibration fan gasket, and more to ensure quieter operation.

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Product NameMPG QUIETUDE 100S
Support MB Form FactorE-ATX/ ATX/ M-ATX / ITXX
Dimension475×231 x490mm/ 18.7×9.1×19.3 inches
I/O Ports2x USB 3.2 Gen 1/ 1 x USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-C/ 1xAudio / 1 x Mic
Driver Bays2.5″SSD x2/3.5″HDDx2
VGA Card Support380mm/ 15inches
CPU Cooler Support175mm/6.9inches
Power SupplyStandard ATX, maxup to 250 mm(without 3.5″HDD case installed)
Cooling LayoutFront: 120mm x3 or 140mm X3 Top: 120mm x3 or 140mm x 2 Rear: 120mm x 1
Radiator LayoutFront: 120/ 140 / 240 /280/360mm Top: 120/140 /240 / 280/360mm Rear: 120 mm
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The MPG QUIETUDE 100S is also an extremely capable gaming PC case. It features a VGA support bracket that can sustain graphics cards of different weights and sizes. On its side is a hinged tempered glass swinging window that offers the best durability and system accessibility. If cooling performance something you care about, worry not. The MPG QUIETUDE 100S is optimized to provide effective airflow and can mount up to 7 fans in total.

Source: MSI (1, 2)

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  1. Yawn… Looks like any other popular case. Gamers nexus will probably have a field day with this.
  2. Yawn… Looks like any other popular case. Gamers nexus will probably have a field day with this.

    Just glancing at the article, it looks decent. I need to see a real one rather than a rendering of it but from what I can see in the rendering, I’d probably take it over most cases but I wouldn’t opt for it over a Lian-Li PC O11 Dynamic or Dynamic XL.

  3. Just glancing at the article, it looks decent. I need to see a real one rather than a rendering of it but from what I can see in the rendering, I’d probably take it over most cases but I wouldn’t opt for it over a Lian-Li PC O11 Dynamic or Dynamic XL.

    I would not be surprised if it shared a manufacturing line with some other cases and just rebranded as MSI with some added bling. it looks so generic, why would I choose it over proven brands even if I was in the market for a generic uninnovative case?

  4. I would not be surprised if it shared a manufacturing line with some other cases and just rebranded as MSI with some added bling. it looks so generic, why would I choose it over proven brands even if I was in the market for a generic uninnovative case?

    For the excellent warranty obviously

  5. I would not be surprised if it shared a manufacturing line with some other cases and just rebranded as MSI with some added bling. it looks so generic, why would I choose it over proven brands even if I was in the market for a generic uninnovative case?

    The only reason to choose it is if you happen to like the way it looks and there are no major downsides to it compared to another option. Or, if you are just some MSI fan boy.

  6. I wouldn’t opt for it over a Lian-Li PC O11 Dynamic or Dynamic XL.

    I still don’t see the fascination with these cases. I’m sure I’m in the minority, but I had the XL version and wasn’t impressed. Ended up selling it.
    The case on topic here looks good, but hopefully has decent air flow.

  7. I still don’t see the fascination with these cases. I’m sure I’m in the minority, but I had the XL version and wasn’t impressed. Ended up selling it.
    The case on topic here looks good, but hopefully has decent air flow.

    They are easy to build in and are reasonably well made and designed. I like the clean look of them as well.

  8. They are easy to build in and are reasonably well made and designed. I like the clean look of them as well.

    Basically this. Or at least, this is why I trucked over to Microcenter to buy my XL when Amazon both didn’t have them in immediate stock and was selling for higher than Microcenter.

  9. Basically this. Or at least, this is why I trucked over to Microcenter to buy my XL when Amazon both didn’t have them in immediate stock and was selling for higher than Microcenter.

    Plus, most of the cases I look at in stores are tacky as ****. They are often cheaply made trash as well.

  10. Plus, most of the cases I look at in stores are tacky as ****. They are often cheaply made trash as well.

    Pretty much. I mean, I can make just about anything work. Or nothing, if needed. I’ve yet to see what I’d consider a truly well-built case. I assume that such a product would just be too uneconomical to manufacture to ever see the light of day.

  11. Pretty much. I mean, I can make just about anything work. Or nothing, if needed. I’ve yet to see what I’d consider a truly well-built case. I assume that such a product would just be too uneconomical to manufacture to ever see the light of day.

    Oh, such things do exist but they are costly.

  12. You guys should do more tests with the Seasonic case/power supply combo. I want to get that setup personally.
  13. Plus, most of the cases I look at in stores are tacky as ****. They are often cheaply made trash as well.

    I agree with you on that. I found the Asus GT 501 to be less tacky than most and built like a tank with good airflow.

  14. I agree with you on that. I found the Asus GT 501 to be less tacky than most and built like a tank with good airflow.

    I think they need to take about 20% of the tacky off of that one too. Specifically, the carry handles that date back to the early 2000’s need to go. However, it is less awful than a lot of the designs I’ve seen out there.

  15. I think they need to take about 20% of the tacky off of that one too. Specifically, the carry handles that date back to the early 2000’s need to go. However, it is less awful than a lot of the designs I’ve seen out there.

    I actually like the straps due to the case being heavy with everything installed. I’m always tinkering with my system so even though I thought about taking them off I remind myself why I haven’t every time I have to move my system.

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