Sharkoon has introduced a new compact ATX case that offers good airflow, an impressive RGB lighting system, and all the connectivity you'll need to connect peripherals and other devices.
Named TK5M RGB, Sharkoon's latest case comes with 3x pre-installed 120mm RGB fans in the front to pull in air from outside the chassis through its meshed front panel. Additionally, another 120mm RGB fan is installed at the rear to exhaust hot air. If you think that's not enough, there's space to put an additional two 120/140mm fans in the roof. Both the top and front panels have a magnetically attached dust filter.
All fans can be synchronised with other RGB components through Asus Aura Sync, ASRock Polychrome Sync, Gigabyte RGB Fusion and MSI Mystic Light. Still, if your motherboard doesn't support any of these technologies, there are 14 RGB lighting effects to choose from, thanks to the built-in 4-port RGB controller. Other features include a large tempered glass window to show off your build, a PSU shroud to hide cables.
For hardware, the case supports GPUs up to 310mm long, CPU coolers up to 157mm tall and PSUs up to 175mm long. Additionally, there's room for 5x 2.5inch drives and 2x 3.5-inch drives. Lastly, the front I/O has 2x USB-A 3.0 ports, a USB-C 3.2, and 3.5mm audio-in/out jacks. The Sharkoon TK5M RGB is now available for €69 at selected retailers.
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KitGuru says: The TK5M RGB looks to pack a decent amount of features for its price. Would you consider it for a build?