Overlockers UK has announced a new PC case from Kolink is being launched at its online store this week. The Kolink Balance is a mid-tower feature rich gaming chassis with a stunning exterior and plenty of internal space for high-end gaming components.
Kolink Balance is a spacious mid-tower chassis that supports motherboard installation up to E-ATX form factor and is equipped with a PSU shroud to hide away unsightly cables. The tempered glass side panel gives an unrestricted view of internal components with a subtle ARGB lighting strip on the front panel providing a touch of style.
The front panel provides excellent airflow potential with its mesh vent allowing cold air to be pulled inside the chassis, keep components inside the case running at optimal temperature. The front I/O panel features a lighting switch for scrolling through various RGB colours and patterns, alternatively, the RGB lighting can be connected directly to the motherboard and controlled via software.
Case ventilation is further enhanced by a top mesh panel with dust filtration and a pre-installed 120mm D-ARGB fan is located at the rear of the case to efficiently exhaust warm air. As well as offering support for E-ATX motherboards, the Kolink Balance also supports the installation of graphics cards up to 370mm long and CPU coolers up to 162mm tall.
Graphics cards can be mounted inside the Kolink Balance horizontally or vertically via an optional PCIe riser cable that can be purchased separately. In terms of storage device support, the Kolink Balance includes a HDD cage where two 3.5” or two 2.5” drives can be installed, with a further two 2.5” drive mounting locations on the rear of the motherboard tray. Front panel I/O consists of two USB 2.0 Type-A ports, a single USB 3.0 Type-A port and 3.5mm HD Audio jacks.
The Kolink Balance is available to pre-order from Overlockers UK now, priced at £49.99 and is expected to ship on 25th March.
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KitGuru says: With a price tag of just under £50, the Kolink Balance looks like good value and offers extensive hardware installation support. What do you guys think of this new mid-tower chassis from Kolink?