Sharkoon has launched the RGB Wave, a new ATX PC case that comes with four pre-installed RGB fans, a side panel made of tempered glass, and a special front panel that comprises strips of synthetic material to create what the manufacturer has described as a 3D wave effect:
The front panel of the RGB Wave offers an especially eye-catching look. Strips made of synthetic material traverse across the front panel and provide the case with a unique 3D wave design. This is brought to the fore by the illumination of the three 120 mm RGB fans that are pre-installed directly behind. The finishing touch is given by the carbon-fiber textured frame that surrounds the wave design.
The RGB Wave’s specifications include:
- Type-C (USB 3.2 Gen 2): 1
- USB 3.0 (Top): 2
- Audio (Top): ✓
- Max. Drive Bays
- 3.5″: 2
- 2.5″: 5
Users should also find enough space to fit graphics cards that are up to 33.5 cm long:
With its slim dimensions, the RGB Wave cuts a fine figure and can be easily integrated into any setup. At the same time, there is also space for larger pieces of hardware in the compact midi-ATX case: Graphics cards can be up to 33.5 cm long, CPU coolers up to 15.7 cm high and power supply units up to 17.5 cm long. If value is put on having a lot of data storage, then up to five SSDs can be installed inside the case. In addition, two 3.5″ HDDs can be accommodated in the HDD/SSD cage if no SSDs are installed in this.
Sharkoon’s RGB Wavecase is now available at retailers for 74.90 euros, according to a press release.