Kolink Observatory Z Tempered Glass PC Case Review

While Kolink may not have the big-name clout of some of the more established brands, they have been putting out some seriously competitive and high-end products in recent years. Their name is slowly gaining an impressive reputation, from their gorgeous Steel/Aluminium Mini-ITX models in the Rocket series to their budget-friendly models. However, today, I’m looking at something a little larger and more expensive, with their new flagship Observatory series of cases. I have the Observatory Z model in for review, a chunky mid-tower with dual tempered glass windows and plenty of RGB built-in.

It’s certainly well equipped, offering up plenty of space for high-end hardware, such as an E-ATX motherboard, longer and wider graphics cards, and larger fans and radiators, making it pretty competitive with other cases in this price range. Furthermore, you get a lot of the usual modern gaming PC case features, such as hidden storage bays, a large PSU shroud, dust filters, tempered glass windows, ARGB fans, and there’s even their Umbra ARGB controller hub included too. That’s really ticking all the right boxes for me, so let’s dive in for a closer look at what it has to offer!

  • Mid-tower PC case with integrated Umbra Void 120mm ARGB PWM fans
  • Tempered glass front panel with innovative side mesh ventilation 
  • All black interior with support for most hardware available currently 
  • Includes vertical GPU mount bracket and L-bracket for longer cards (cable sold seperately)
  • Support for additional fans, including 2 x 200mm fans on the front panel
  • Comprehensive accommodation for radiators, including a 420mm on the front panel
  • Umbra ARGB controller included

For in-depth features and specifications, please visit the official product page here.

“It’s time to welcome back an old favourite. The Observatory Z ARGB Mid-tower is the latest in our flagship Observatory range, featuring a plethora of upgrades and improvements to the design. Including four Umbra Void 120mm Fans, this chassis balances style and cooling performance expertly. The quick-release tempered glass side panel affords an excellent view of your high-end hardware. The interior has been expertly designed to accommodate most components currently available, along with hidden sections for cable management and easy to use features. Showcase your gaming PC in the versatile Observatory Z.” – Kolink

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Peter Donnell

As a child still in my 30's (but not for long), I spend my day combining my love of music and movies with a life-long passion for gaming, from arcade classics and retro consoles to the latest high-end PC and console games. So it's no wonder I write about tech and test the latest hardware while I enjoy my hobbies!

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