Sharkoon Elite Shark CA200 – Lots of Space and Clean Design

The Sharkoon Elite Shark CA200 is a so-called E-ATX case, which is equipped with a glass wall and therefore always offers a view inside the case. With the Sharkoon Elite Shark CA200, the German manufacturer Sharkoon is now trying to penetrate the premium segment with its products and thus significantly expand its existing target group.

A lot of space for plenty of interior

With the Sharkoon Elite Shark CA200, users have one thing above all else – plenty of space. Graphics cards, for example, may be up to 42.5 cm in size, with an extra holder to ensure that the PCB does not bend. In addition, the housing offers the option of mounting an expansion card vertically. The CPU cooler may have a height of up to 165 mm, but this applies to most models in this range. The maximum length of the power supply unit is 24.5 cm.

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The manufacturer has also made sure that there is plenty of space for the cooling system and that there will never be any problems. Radiators up to 420 mm can be used in the front alone. In addition, there is the top side, which offers space for up to 360 mm radiators and can therefore also be used for cooling. Of course, the brackets for attaching a pump and an expansion tank must not be missing.

Also the space for the installation of the hard disks is more than sufficiently available. The manufacturer has installed four combination brackets (2.5″/3.5″) for SSDs and hard disks. Two of the brackets are located in an HDD cage. There are also three 2.5 inch brackets.

Users can decide whether the RGB strips are controlled via 5V D-G pins from the mainboard or via a button on the housing. This allows 20 different effects, which can be admired through the built-in glass.

The package is available as Elite Shark CA200G with glass front or as CA200M with mesh front available and costs 119 Euro. If you want to use the possibility to install an expansion card vertically, you need the additional Riser-Kit for 34,99 Euro.

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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