First thing I want to make clear about this case is that SkyHawk classifies it for use in a server environment. Compared to some of their range I suppose the MSR-4620 could be considered as a server case, but as I see it, the case seems more directly geared for the high-performance and overclocking scene. The general look that SkyHawk has tried to achieve here is the brushed aluminium look synonymous with Lian-Li cases. They have used an Anodic treatment that prevents fingerprints and dust from accumulating on the surfaces, but doesn't appear to give the aluminium any reflective qualities like the ATX-4396 has.
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