MSI MAG VAMPIRIC 010 Mid-Tower
Tên sảm phẩm: MSI MAG VAMPIRIC 010 Mid-Tower
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Tóm tắt:- CASE FORM FACTOR Mid-Tower
- SUPPORT MB FORM FACTOR ATX / mATX / Mini-ITX
- DIMENSION 420(D) x 210(W) x 475(H) mm , 16.54(D) x 8.27(W) x 18.70(H) inch
- I/O PORTS 1 x USB 3.0 + 2 x USB 2.0 + HD Audio / Mic
- DRIVER BAYS 2 x 3.5" (compatible with 2.5”) + 2 x 2.5"
- CASE EXPANSION SLOTS 7
- MAXIMUM PSU LENGTH 200mm
- MAXIMUM GPU LENGTH 350 mm
- MAXIMUM CPU COOLER LENGTH 167 mm
- RADIATOR COMPATIBILITY 120 / 140 / 240 / 280 / 360
- LIGHTNING Addressable RGB
- POWER SUPPLY Standard ATX
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|Motherboard Support||ATX, mATX, Mini-ITX|
|Expansion Slots ||7|
|5.25″ Drive Bays||NA|
|3.5″ Drive Bays||2|
|2.5″ Drive Bays||2|
|USB||1x USB3.0, 2x USB2.0|
|Audio||1x Audio-in, 1x Audio-out|
|Front||3x 120mm, 3x 140mm|
|Top||2x 120mm, 2x 140mm|
|Rear||1x 120mm, 120mm RGB Fan included|
PACKAGING AND ACCESSORIES:
The MSI MAG VAMPIRIC 010 comes inside your typical chassis packaging. The product should come with the following items inside:
+ 6x Cable Ties
+ Stand Offs
+ Expansion Slot Screws
+ Storage Drive Screws
+ Motherboard Screws
+ Motherboard Stand-offs
+ Extra Side-panel Thumb Screws
DESIGN, LAYOUT AND BUILD QUALITY: EXTERNALS
The MSI MAG VAMPIRIC 010 Mid-tower is a combination of glass, steel and plastic. Of course, most of recent cases are made with those materials already but this one is quite tame compared to the majority. This one weighs in at around 7kg and like most tempered glass cases, it requires handling with care.
The MSI MAG VAMPIRIC 010 Mid-tower doesn’t feature tempered glass panels on both sides compared to let’s say the OMEGA X6 Titan. Ventilation for the 360mm radiator capable front panel is double sided though so rest assured airflow shouldn’t be an issue.
The front panel options are limited to a single USB3.0, dual USB2.0 and the usual audio ports. They are flushed and far from being an eye sore. We also have the RGB lighting toggle here and the magnetic dust cover. A shame that we don’t have enough USB3.0 ports though.
The bottom part of the case features a dust cover as well as the screws for the removable 3.5″ drive cages.
The back is rather simple. We have the adjustable 120mm fan or radiator mount here the PSU bay and the hinge-locked expansion slots. The slots are conveniently perforated but once you remove them, you have to make sure you’ve got a spare.
DESIGN, LAYOUT AND BUILD QUALITY: INTERNALS
The MSI MAG VAMPIRIC 010 Mid-tower supports ATX motherboards and below. Due to the exclusion of the front mounted bays, the motherboard tray area is roomy enough to accommodate even the longest graphics cards available. No grommets here, but we’ve got enough holes and a good design to keep things nice and stealthy.
The other side of the case sports the motherboard tray mountable 2.5″ drive bays. There’s also the removable 3.5″ drive bays at the bottom should you need the room for a longer PSU.
As for cooling, we have an addressable RGB fan with a dedicated RGB header that should work seamlessly with the MSI Mystic Light. The top area on the other hand supports up to 240mm radiators or dual 140mm fans. Clearance for CPU coolers is at around 167mm.
Since this case supports up to 360mm radiators, there has to be a cutout at the PSU shroud to accommodate such component. The option to remove the drive bay also helps plus there’s a mount for a reservoir.
Headers and or cables are the usual pairs but we have a guest here in the form of a SATA power connector used to power up the RGB strip.
CLEARANCE AND INSTALLATION:
The MSI MAG VAMPIRIC 010 Mid-tower is an easy case to work with. It’s roomy, looks clean and has a good amount of clearance to boot.
While I didn’t take cable management seriously with this case, dear me is still impressed with the build’s outcome considering that I used a different PSU this time around. Just lazy things.
TEST SETUP AND METHODOLOGY:
Coolers are far from the hardest components to test, but it doesn’t mean they are easy enough to deal with since there are multiple factors to take into account while benchmarking. Factors includes the ambient noise, ambient temperature, the enclosure, and the test system’s overall configuration.
|TEST SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS|
|PROCESSOR||Intel Core-i5 6600K|
|COOLER||Cryorig C1 Top Flow|
|MEMORY||Crucial Ballistix Tactical DDR4 @ 2666MHz 2x4GB|
|GRAPHICS||ASUS GTX 1060 STRIX OC 6GB|
|STORAGE||Crucial BX200 480GB|
|CASE||Thermaltake Core P3|
|POWER||Thermaltake ToughPower GX1 600W|
|OS||Microsoft Windows 10 Pro|
The AIDA64 Extreme Edition System Stability Test is used to stress our Intel Core i5 6600K. The CPU, FPU, Cache and Memory are selected at the options. AIDA64 has been chosen due to its inclusion of AVX, AVX2 and FMA – 3 important instructions that will help us push our CPU to its limits.
+ Ambient Sound Level – 34dBA (±1dBA)
+ Stock Profile – 3.9GHz (1.088v)
+ Overclocked Profile – 4.4GHz (1.248v)
Temperatures are tested with attainable CPU clock speed configurations that should resemble common systems. To measure the cooler’s capabilities, the CPU temperature is logged with HWiNFO64 and is cross referenced with AIDA64.
The MSI MAG VAMPIRIC 010 Mid-tower showed us a good stock cooling performance. The same could be said with our CPU at 4.4GHz.
Noise levels are tested on a variety of fan duty cycle settings available thru our motherboard. To measure the levels, a sound level meter is secured on a tripod with a foot of distance away from the cooler.
Noise levels of the MSI MAG VAMPIRIC 010 Mid-tower is good if not great. Certainly way better than running your system on an open air case.
SOFTWARE, LIGHTING AND SPECIAL FEATURES:
Software is just basically for the MSI Mystic Light support. Lighting on the other hand is fantastic even without the fan lighting up. Apologies, but my motherboard doesn’t support any RGB headers.