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MSI IN-623 Ravager Mid-Tower Chassis Review - Accessories and Documentation

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

Accessories and Documentation

 

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Packed between the foam and the plastic liner, outside of the chassis you will find the MSI Customer Survival pack. You won't find peanut butter, gum and a map in the package, only hardware and literature.

 

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This hardware is actually shipped in two bags, but it all fits nicely, so here we go. There are five tie straps for wiring, the chain and MSI dog tag, the Kensington lock loop, the riser socket, the risers, hex-head screws and the motherboard and SSD screws with the countersunk screw at the far right used for the lock loop.

 

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The user manual is tri-lingual in the text. The images are top notch and are highlighted where to look, while the text below the images plainly explains what you are being asked to do. It couldn't be simpler really once you have looked this over.

 

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The storage drive trays are expandable as the one on the right shows. This allows you to set the 3.5" drive in and squeeze the tray back to the right size. If you plan on using an SSD, each tray allows it with the four holes in the bottom of each tray.

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