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MSI IN-623 Ravager Mid-Tower Chassis Review - Packaging

Yet another chassis from the Interceptor series arrives. This time we look at the Ravager from MSI.

| Mid-Tower Cases in Cases, Cooling & PSU | Posted: Jul 12, 2012 3:17 am
TweakTown Rating: 84%Manufacturer: MSI

Packaging

 

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The Ravager from the Interceptor series is packaged with a grey and green backdrop to the chassis image, the features, the MSI "œbadge" and what looks like something has clawed up the packaging and tore a hole where they placed the chassis name.

 

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This is where MSI puts images of 12 features found in the Ravager. Everything from bays, dust filters, to the room inside and a look at all that light blue accenting the interior.

 

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The back of the packaging is exactly the same as what was shown on the front side of this packaging. Something I forgot to mention last time was the tag line of these Interceptor series cases, "œprotecting your vital gear".

 

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One last image of the Ravager above the specifications chart is what the last panel has to offer you for information. I almost forgot, it also mentions the inclusion of a chain and dog tag to be "œpart of the team" with MSI.

 

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I have to say it again, not very often is the use of high density foam found in mid-tower packaging. Thanks go to MSI stepping up the "œrecommended" to this level allowing this sample to arrive in perfect shape. The plastic liner not only keeps scratches off the paint, in this instance it also is there to protect all the graphics MSI has applied.

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