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Kolink releases three new affordable ARGB cases

Kolink has released three new cases via Overclockers UK – the Inspire K7, and the Observatory Lite and Lite Mesh RGB. These three cases were designed to be cost-effective, offering premium features at a more affordable price point. The list of features on offer includes ARGB fans and LED strips, front mesh panels, PSU shrouds and plenty of tempered glass.

Starting with the Observatory Lite models, both come with 4 ARGB fans that can be synchronised via motherboard software or with the included RGB controller. These cases also have tempered glass side panels, but the front panel is where we see a difference between the two models: the Observatory Lite Mesh RGB has a meshed front panel, while the standard Observatory Lite has a tempered glass front panel.

Meanwhile, the Inspire K7 comes with an RGB LED strip and a pre-installed 120mm ARGB fan that can also be synchronised through your motherboard RGB software or via the integrated RGB controller. This case also comes with a partially meshed front panel with “carbon fibre effect finish” and another tempered glass side panel to showcase the inside of your system.

These three cases can house up to 3x 120mm fans at the front, 2x 120mm fans in the roof, and 1x 120mm at the rear. You can also mount a 280mm radiator at the front. Additionally, there are 7x expansion slots, 2x 2.5/3.5-inches bays in a drive cage and another 3x 2.5-inches drive bays on top of the PSU shroud.

Motherboard support includes ATX, Micro-ATX, and Mini-ITX form factors. PSUs can be up to 180mm long, GPUs up to 335mm long, and CPU coolers can be up to 160mm tall. The front I/o panel offers 2x USB-A 2.0 ports, 1x USB-A 3.0 port, an RGB/Reset Switch, and a 3.5mm audio-in/out jack.

The Kolink Observatory Lite and Lite Mesh RGB are available for pre-order at Overclockers UK, both priced at £54.95. The Kolink Inspire K7 is also available for pre-order at OverclockersUK, priced at £42.95. You can learn more about the Kolink Observatory Lite HERE, the Observatory Lite Mesh RGB HERE, and the Inspire K7 HERE.

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KitGuru says: Out of these three cases, which do you like the most? Would you choose the airflow of the Observatory Lite Mesh over the looks of the standard Observatory Lite?

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