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Kolink Rocket Heavy in review – The better Rocket?

The manufacturer Kolink started in 2002 in Hungary with the sale of low-priced computer peripherals to hardware resellers. After the takeover by another owner in 2014, the range and portfolio were significantly expanded and Kolink has now gained Europe-wide recognition. The focus is now on the development of cases, power supplies and corresponding accessories. The products should primarily convince with a low price but a high-quality workmanship at the same time.

Two years ago and last month respectively, we tested two ITX cases from Kolink with the Rocket and the Rocket V2. Despite the chic look due to the use of aluminum, we were able to find certain weaknesses in the cooling of both cases. However, Kolink takes a slightly different approach with the Rocket Heavy. The Rocket Heavy offers more space for hardware due to a larger volume and should convince with a different layout and cooling concept. By reducing the aluminum elements, the price could also be reduced to 110 Euros. Whether the Kolink Rocket Heavy is recommendable at this price, you can find out in this review.

Technical details

Model: Kolink Rocket Heavy
Case Type: ITX
Dimensions: 180 mm (W) x 265 mm (H) x 350 mm (D)
Weight: 4.75 kg
Material: Aluminum, Steel, Tempered Glass
Color: Grey
Front connectors 1x USB 3.1 Type-C, 2x USB 3.0 Type-a, 2x USB 2.0 Type-A, 1x headphone, 1x microphone
Drive bays: 1x 3.5″ (internal)
2x 2.5″ (internal)
Expansion slots: 3x vertical
Form Factors: ITX
Ventilation: Lid: 2x 120 mm
Side: 1x 120 mm
Radiators: Lid: 1x 240 mm (max. 27 mm deep)
Max. CPU cooler height: 55 mm/ 68 mm (if first PCI slot is not used)
Max. Graphics card length: 340 mm
Max. Graphics card height: 60 mm (3-slot)
Max. Net part length: SFX/ SFX-L
Price: € 109.99*
Features: Dust filter, PCIe-3.0 x16 riser, Tempered Glass

Scope of delivery

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Packed in a brown cardboard box, the Kolink Rocket Heavy is delivered. On the box, the manufacturer has placed a schematic drawing of the chassis, technical specifications and the main features in different languages. Inside the box, the SFF case is encased in soft foam and a plastic film. The included accessories have been placed in two places by Kolink. One bag contains all the necessary screws and a handful of cable ties. The PCI-3.0 x16 riser cable was placed in a separate white box and inside an anti-static film. The buyer has to download the installation instructions from the homepage. Lastly, the scope of delivery includes two pre-installed dust filters in the front and lid as well as the pre-installed 120 millimeter fan.

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Simon Lüthje

I am co-founder of this blog and am very interested in everything that has to do with technology, but I also like to play games. I was born in Hamburg, but now I live in Bad Segeberg.

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The manufacturer Kolink started in 2002 in Hungary with the sale of low-priced computer peripherals to hardware resellers. After the takeover by another owner in 2014, the range and portfolio were significantly expanded and Kolink has now gained Europe-wide recognition. The focus is now on the development of cases, power supplies and corresponding accessories. The … (Weiterlesen...)

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