By the normal run of things you can expect to get an illuminated case, or a budget case, but usually not both at the same time. However the Void RGB case by Kolink appears to be an attempt to fill that particular empty space. While the name might be accidentally appropriate in reference to the previously vacant place in the market, it’s also a reference to the design. The Void RGB is a sleek black case with an understated angular design and an infinity mirror-effect in the front panel. A little bit of obelisk, a little bit of disco, like all good voids.
As well as the front RGB strip mirror-effect the Void RGB also includes an addressable 120mm RGB fan in the back, as well as a tempered glass side panel and a power supply compartment in the base. Probably not the most spectacular implementation of these particular design tropes, but it’s hitting the marks for a low-key stylish case. The RGB fan and front strips can be controlled through the case, or using a motherboard with compatible 3-pin connectors.
The case roof is ventilated and can mount 2x 120mm fans, with 3x 120mm fans in the front to supplement the supplied 120mm fan in the back. The frontal mountings can also handle a 240mm radiator if necessary. There is space for 4x internal 2.5in drives or 2x 3.5in drives and 2x 2.5in. The input/output panel is on the top at the front and includes 2x USB 3.0 and 2x USB 2.0, along with audio I/O for headphones.
The Kolink Void RGB is available for pre-order for £46.99, although we do not have an exact launch date.