Sharkoon Unveil its New TK5M RGB Compact ATX Case

Sharkoon has announced the launch of its brand new TK5M RGB compact ATX case. With its modern mesh front panel, four pre-installed 120-millimetre fans and a port for fast USB-C Type-C Gen 2, this compact ATX case has been developed for users who value usability, affordability and maximum performance.

Sharkoon TK5M RGB Compact ATX Case

As part of the official product launch, Sharkoon has confirmed the following features consumers can expect to see from the TK5M RGB compact ATX chassis:

Efficient Airflow
With the TK5M RGB, Sharkoon focuses in particular on a well-thought-out airflow. At the core of this is the combination of an air-permeable mesh front and four pre-installed, addressable RGB 120-millimetre fans. Three of these fans provide an optimized air intake behind the front panel, while another fan is responsible for removing the heated air through the rear of the case. If the user wishes to expand the airflow, two more 120-millimetre fans or two larger 140-millimetre fans can be installed under the top panel to provide an additional discharge of used air.

Fast Data Transfer
Another feature of the case is an uncomplicated and fast data transfer. In addition to two USB 3.0 ports, the top panel of the TK5M RGB is also provided with a USB 3.2 Gen. 2 port for quick data access. With a speed of up to 10 gigabits per second, the modern transmission standard offers a data transfer rate that is up to twice as fast as Gen 1 alongside an uncomplicated connection of mobile devices.

Modern Presentation
Due to the case’s protruding front frame with its rounded corners, the TK5M RGB appears distinctly modern and yet also classic enough that the looks do not distract from the showcasing of the installed hardware. An included RGB controller synchronizes the illumination of the four built-in fans, which provide for an atmospheric presentation behind the tempered glass side panel. Cable pass-throughs inside the case as well as a power supply tunnel and detachable dust filters all support the tidy presentation.

Optimized Arrangement of Space
Despite its compact size, the TK5M RGB can also accommodate larger hardware. The manufacturer specifies a maximum graphics card length of up to 31 centimetres or, with the front fan removed, 33.5 centimetres. A power supply unit with a length of up to 17.5 centimetres and a CPU cooler with a height of up to 15.7 centimetres can also be installed.

Plentiful Data Storage
The TK5M RGB has also been provided with enough space for data storage: Two 3.5-inch hard drives can be installed in and on the HDD/SSD cage on the underside of the case. Alternatively, a total of two 2.5-inch SSDs can be installed in and on the cage. Two more SSDs can be placed next to the mainboard tray and a fifth on the power supply tunnel.


Where Can I Learn More?

Sharkoon has confirmed that the TG5M RGB is now available to purchase at the manufacturer’s suggested price of €69.00. – If you do, therefore, want to learn more, you can check out the official product website via the link here!

What do you think? – Let us know in the comments!

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