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Sharkoon's RGB Flow chassis is a S$79 case with addressable LEDs

By Koh Wanzi - on 18 Oct 2019, 11:48am

Sharkoon's RGB Flow chassis is a S$79 case with addressable LEDs

Sharkoon RGB Flow

Sharkoon has announced its new RGB Flow ATX chassis, a minimalist case with two integrated addressable RGB strips and room for up to six 2.5-inch SSDs. The company is best known for offering great value-for-money with its cases, and the RGB Flow isn't much different. It's available to buy right now in various stores at Sim Lim Square, or online at Lazada and Shopee, at just S$79.

The RGB Flow comes pre-installed with a single 120mm fan on the front panel, but there's room for up to two 120mm fans in the front, or a 240mm radiator. The case will hold another 120mm fan at the rear and either two 120mm or 140mm fans up top. And while the front panel may look solid, the bottom half is actually a fine mesh, which could help improve airflow. 

The two addressable RGB strips plug into a four-port RGB controller with support for 14 different lighting modes via the case's reset switch. Alternatively, the strips will also interface with the configuration software from all major motherboard vendors, including ASRock Polychrome Sync, ASUS Aura Sync, Gigabyte RGB Fusion, and MSI Mystic Light Sync. 

On the storage front, the chassis has mounts for up to six 2.5-inch SSDs, including two on top of the PSU shroud and two at the back of the motherboard tray. There is also a HDD cage for two 3.5-inch drives at the bottom, but this can be removed if you don't need them.

The RGB Flow has a decent number of front USB ports too, comprising two USB 3.0 and one USB 2.0 connector. 

Finally, the tempered glass side panel will let you show off your hardware. It's attached via easily removable thumb screws so you don't have to fiddle with it too much. 

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