Sharkoon, presents a new midi ATX tower, the RGB FLOW. The case catches attention with its minimalistic design, highlighted by the two integrated addressable RGB strips.
Enough room is also available inside the case, where up to six fans or, alternatively, correspondingly large radiators can be installed. In addition, Sharkoon ensures various installation possibilities for HDDs and SSDs.
Air FLOW for Optimal Cooling
While the RGB strips on the front and side panels provide a stream of light, the right amount of airflow is provided by the fine mesh grille on the front panel together with the pre-installed 120-millimeter fan. To optimize this, there are four further locations ready for fan installation: a 120 millimeter fan at the front, two under the top panel and one more at the rear of the case. There is still enough space for radiators. A 360 millimeter model with a height of up to 6.4 centimeters will fit behind the front panel, and a 280 millimeter model with a height of up to 5.5 centimeters will fit in the top of the case. Dust filters on the front, top and bottom panels protect the hardware from dust and dirt. All the filters can be easily removed for quick and easy cleaning.
Direct View of Hardware
The tempered glass side panel attaches using two thumbscrews on the back of the case and offers an unimpeded view of the installed hardware. This is showcased even more effectively thanks to the LED strip situated underneath the glass panel.
Addressable LEDs for the Necessary FLOW
The RGB FLOW is equipped on both the front and side with an LED strip. Both strips are daisy-chained and can be connected to the integrated RGB controller. The controller has connections for three additional LED components, and this way, a synchronized lighting with 14 effects can be achieved even without software and a compatible mainboard. The effects are selected using the reset switch of the case. Alternatively, the RGB controller can be connected to a mainboard with a 4- or 3-pin RGB connection (pinout 5V-D-coded-G or V-D-G). This enables the illumination to be integrated into the most common RGB synchronization technology of leading mainboard manufacturers.
Enough Room for Enough Data Storage
Up to six SSDs have locations on and in the power supply tunnel and behind the mainboard tray. For either SSDs or 3.5” hard drives, an SSD/HDD cage is available alongside the power supply. The cage can be easily moved a few centimeters via the extra-long thumbscrew slots, or it can be completely removed. To preclude unwanted noise from the HDDs, the HDD trays have been provided with rubber contact points.
Compact Yet Roomy Case
Despite the compact design, graphics cards with a length of up to 35 centimeters and CPU coolers with a height of up to 16.5 centimeters will find room. For power supplies, 21.5 centimeters is available in a tunnel, which itself contributes to a tidy and orderly appearance for the installed hardware.
Price and Availability
The Sharkoon RGB FLOW is now available at the manufacturer’s suggested price of 54.90 euros.