G.Skill Announces MD2 Mid-Tower Chassis

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Popular memory maker GSkill is dipping its toes in the PC case market and announced the MD2 mid-tower chassis. Available in black or white, the MD2 features a tempered side panel, front panel ARGB lighting, and plenty of cooling options. GSkill didn’t mention a price or when these would be on the market. Stay tuned for future information from G.Skill. For more details, please see G.Skill’s official press release below.

G.Skill MD2
G.Skill MD2

(5 August 2022) G.SKILL International Enterprise Co., Ltd. is excited to announce the MD2 mid-tower PC case, a stylish ATX case designed for high-performance builds, featuring a sleek front panel design. Available in black or white, the MD2 mid-tower case is designed for versatile cooling options, a spacious interior, and comes with a 4mm tempered-glass side panel to show off the internal system hardware.

Stylish Front Intake Panel

The MD2 case front panel design is inspired by the S-curves of race tracks and incorporates side vents for improved airflow to keep internal components cool. The front panel RGB lighting is designed with a spring-loaded contact, in place of wiring, for easy removal and easy access during front fan installation or cleaning the front magnetic filter.


Versatile Cooling Options

The roomy interior of the MD2 case offers a multitude of cooling configuration options to help keep internal components stay cool, with space for up to 7 case fans along the front, top, and rear of the case, or simultaneously up to two 360mm water-cooling radiators.

G.Skill MD2
G.Skill MD2

Spacious Interior Design

Designed to accommodate high-end hardware components, the MD2 case supports graphics cards of up to 395mm in length and supports CPU air coolers of up to 170mm in height. The MD2 case also offers ample storage drive installation options with up to two 2.5” SSD mounts and two convertible 2.5”/3.5” drive bays.

-John Nester (Blaylock)


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I'm a big GSkill fan, I've used their ram for yrs. The case looks really cool.

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"That Backfired" Senior Member

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Same here. The only concern I have with this case (without physically reviewing it) is airflow. That solid front panel only has intake mesh on the right side. In my experience, this is enough for idle operation, but once you apply a heavy load the chassis will begin starving for cool air.

Note: I have not reviewed this case so my above comment is simply an observational opinion.

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