Sharkoon, the German-based manufacturer, recognizable for its PC cases, has unveiled the latest addition to its PC chassis lineup, the Sharkoon REV300 White Edition. This new white model comes equipped with all the unique features expected of the REV300, including its iconic 90-degree rotated motherboard panel.
What makes the Sharkoon White Edition REV300 stand out from some of the best PC cases around, is its uniquely positioned tempered glass panel. Traditionally, the glass side panel is reserved to the left side of any PC case, however, Sharkoon has opted for the right side, allowing those with a left-side setup to gaze upon their high-powered rig, and RGB lit-up components.
The other distinctive feature of the REV300 case, is that the motherboard tray has been rotated 90 degrees, resulting in the IO panel being located at the top of the chassis. Any and all cables, instead of dangling from the back, are now routed through a special cable compartment.
While the REV300 White Edition has just been announced, it is just a different colored variant to the existing REV300 PC cases, and as such it features a lot of the same additions as its non-white counterpart. Seven RGB fans, three of which are located on the front panel, while another three are located at the back, and one additional RGB LED fan is available under the top panel, are present in both versions of the PC case. While that’s plenty of airflow, If you want to opt for a water cooling system instead, the case has room for two radiators in total.
The REV300 case itself is all about space, having enough room to house graphics cards u[p to 34.5cm in length, a power supply up to 27cm, or a CPU cooler as tall at 17.7cm, according to the Sharkoon website.
Other features of the REV300 White Edition case include:
- ATX Form Factor
- I/O ports: x1 USB Type-C (USB 3.2 Gen 2), x4 USB 3.0 port
- Mainboard compatibility with MSI Mystic Light Sync, ASUS Aura Sync, Gigabyte RGB Fusion Ready, ASRock Polychrome SYNC
Sharkoon hasn’t yet announced when the REV300 White Edition PC case will be available to purchase, or what the price point will be, but it’s likely the case will cost approximately £180, if the non-white version is anything to go by.
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