Sharkoon Elite Shark CA300H case accommodates expansion cards up to 425 mm in length

Sharkoon Elite Shark CA300H case accommodates expansion cards up to 425 mm in length

Sharkoon Technologies has unveiled the Elite Shark CA300H computer case. It is designed for mini-ITX, microATX, ATX and E-ATX boards. The dimensions of the case are 505 x 235 x 520 mm. The case accommodates expansion cards up to 400 mm long, and if you remove the front fan, then up to 425 mm. As for other restrictions, the PSU can be up to 240mm long, and the maximum CPU cooling height is 165mm.

The chassis has room for four 3.5 “drives or seven 2.5” drives.

The side panels of the case are made of tempered glass. The front panel of the case is well ventilated. The ornate geometric pattern formed by the slots is illuminated by full-color addressable fan LEDs. The manufacturer installs three 120mm fans here. A fourth 120mm fan, also decorated with illumination, is located on the rear wall. Above, it is possible to install three 120 mm or two 140 mm fans. Optionally, a radiator with a length of up to 420 mm can be installed behind the front panel, and up to 360 mm on the top wall. To control the backlight, the kit includes an eight-channel controller with 20 modes and support for MSI Mystic Light Sync, ASUS Aura Sync, Gigabyte RGB Fusion Ready and ASRock Polychrome Sync technologies.

On the I / O panel, you can find two USB Type-A and one USB Type-C, as well as audio connectors. The case is already available in black and white for the manufacturer’s suggested retail price of 154.90 euros.

Sharkoon Elite Shark CA300H case accommodates expansion cards up to 425 mm in length

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