Sharkoon Technologies this week unveiled the REV300 computer case. The manufacturer begins the description of the novelty by mentioning seven pre-installed fans, decorated with addressable full-color backlighting. The backlight is controlled by an eight-port controller with 20 manually selectable modes, compatible with MSI Mystic Light Sync, ASUS Aura Sync, Gigabyte RGB Fusion Ready, ASRock Polychrome Sync control systems. The fan speed is controlled by PWM.
The front panel of the case is made of mesh. There are three 140mm fans behind it and three 120mm fans on the back. Another 120mm fan is mounted under the top panel. Alternatively, it is possible to install an LSS radiator up to 360 mm long at the rear, and up to 420 mm at the front (in fact, up to 465 x 141 x 32 mm).
The case with dimensions of 501 x 238 x 550 mm is designed for a mini-ITX, microATX, ATX, or E-ATX board. It accommodates up to four 3.5 “drives, up to five 2.5” drives, and up to eight expansion cards up to 345mm in length. The maximum length of the power supply is 270 mm, the height of the processor cooling system is 177 mm. An interesting design feature is the installation of the motherboard with the connectors facing up. The right panel is made of tempered glass. It is hinged at the back and magnets at the front.
A USB-C connector can be found on the I / O panel in addition to four USB-A connectors, two of which are compliant with the USB 3.0 specification.