Kolink has two more cases launching today, the first being the Unity Code X, a dual-chamber chassis with ARGB accenting. The second case is another entry to the Kolink Void series, the Void Rift, featuring the standout infinity mirror front panel.
The Unity Code X is a dual-chamber design, with plenty of room for cooling gear. You can mount up to ten 120mm fans, which breaks down to three in the roof, bottom or front of the case, in addition to one Kolink Umbra Void ARGB PWM fan at the rear. Naturally, there is also wide support for liquid cooling gear, with room for a 360mm radiator in the top or bottom of the case. For storage, you can fit 2x 3.5″/2.5″ drives and another 2x 2.5″ drives, there is also room for GPUs up to 400mm long and CPU coolers up to 165mm tall.
On top of the case, you’ll find two USB 3.0 ports, one USB 2.0 port, audio in/out, ARGB lighting controls and a power switch. The Kolink Unity Code X will be available for £107.99.
The Kolink Void Rift is a little flashier, featuring an infinity mirror style front panel with ARGB lighting, in addition to a 120mm Kolink Umbra Void ARGB PWM fan in the rear. There is room for multiple radiators, including a 360mm radiator in the front, a 280mm radiator in the roof or a 120mm radiator in the rear.
Inside you’ll find mounting points for ITX, MATX and ATX motherboards, and clearance for GPUs up to 355mm long without a radiator in the front. CPU coolers up to 165mm tall are also supported, as are up to four 2.5″ drives (or 2x 3.5″).
The Kolink Void Rift is also available through OverclockersUK for £79.99.
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