Hardware expert Sharkoon has presented a real treat for all PC hobbyists and those who want to become one. With the TG7M RGB, the manufacturer now launches a brand new ATX case. The pretty case can not only score with the RGB effects that give it its name. On top of that, it comes with four 120 mm fans out of the box. In combination with the front panel with mesh grille, this should ensure the best possible air supply.
Design allows a lot of freedom
Sharkoon has obviously paid attention to a flexible design when designing its latest ATX case. This allows PC hobbyists to freely choose the position of some components. Radiators with a length of up to 360 mm can be installed behind the chic and functional panel. Alternatively, a corresponding installation should also be possible on the top. There is also freedom of choice in the area of graphics card mounting. There is a special kit that should also allow a vertical installation. The installed modern USB-C ports allow flexible connection options for source devices.
Maximum cooling performance
As mentioned at the beginning, there are already four PWM fans in the TG7M RGB from the factory, which have a fancy RGB lighting. Three of them are located directly behind the mesh front and one on the back. In addition to the four pre-installed fans with a size of 120 mm, three more can be mounted on the top. Instead of three more 120 mm fans, you can alternatively install two 140 mm fans, according to Sharkoon.
Classic shapes with a modern twist
Nowadays, a hardware manufacturer should of course by no means neglect the looks. Sharkoon itself calls its new TG7M RGB an “elegant appearance”. Basically, the company also relies on a classic design for its latest ATX case, which comes with clear corners and edges. However, a look at the front reveals the modern mesh panel, which is framed by two chic metal elements.
In order to make the installation of RGB elements worthwhile, Sharkoon provides a glimpse into the interior of its TG7M RGB. This is made possible by a side panel, which is made of tempered glass. Picky hobbyists will be pleased that there are no annoying screw heads to be seen here. Sharkoon screws them onto the back of the case.
Optional water cooling
If the maximum of seven fans is not enough for you, you can also install an optional water cooling system. The case offers space for radiators up to a length of 360 mm and a maximum height of 20 cm. However, you have to consider the size of the motherboard and RAM when it comes to the height. The radiator can be installed either on the top or on the back of the mesh front.
But according to Sharkoon, there’s more than just plenty of room for a variety of cooling solutions. On top of that, the TG7M RGB also offers a “spacious interior” that is supposed to be perfectly suitable even for large hardware components. This already starts with the power supply. PSUs up to a length of 22 cm should easily find room on the bottom of the TG7M RGB. Graphics cards can be up to 38 cm long. Thanks to optional vertical mounting, these can also be nicely staged.
Price and availability
If you are looking for a new ATX case anyway, you should definitely take a closer look at the TG7M RGB. It is available now at an MSRP of 109.00 Euro.