Other Mid-Tower cases that is, with the MSI MPG SEKIRA 500P
offering more room than you'll ever need for things like cooling and storage drives. Or, Cyberpunk 2007
figurines to add a little more style to an already stylish build. For it's size and weight though what you do get is one well-built, well-ventilated case that will last you a number of years.
When you’re deciding on a new PC case, especially if it’s to accompany a brand-new build, there are several factors that play into that decision. Airflow, size, and nice-to-have features like proper cable management and larger radiator support for liquid cooling. When it comes to making that walk-to-the-cash-register decision though, most of that takes a temporary backseat to the actual look. The aesthetics of the rectangular box that will become home to all manner of circuitry and chipsets and spinning fans -- the look of a case is the first thing that grabs you. And looking at the current trend in PC gaming where RGB accents can be found everywhere and what’s inside a case being something to be proudly displayed – the case is one area where personal taste plays a major role in the final decision.
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And on that note the minimal but stylish design that makes up the MSI MPG SEKIRA 500P is something that we can get wholeheartedly behind. A simple rectangular shape, brushed metal finish, two glass-panel doors (that open via handle), and ample room for not only your gear but more drives and cooling than you’d ever need -- with room to spare. Easily one of the most impressive mid-tower cases we’ve seen in a while (and this kind of pushes the concept of the mid-tower to its absolute limit due to its overall size), the sturdy and solid build make it the sort of case you can carry over multiple generations of hardware.