Sharkoon offers the VG5 PC chassis

Sharkoon offers the VG5 PC chassis

Sharkoon Technologies Gmbh, located in Germany, has launched the new VG5 PC case on the European market.

The new case measures 445 x 200 x 430 mm and weighs just 3.5 kilograms. The newest Sharkoon Technologies product supports mini-ITX, microATX and ATX motherboards and houses two 120 mm cooling fans up front. The chassis has two external 5.25-inch bays and one 3.5-inch bay but inside the VG5 also has three 3.5-inch bays for hard drives, four 2.5-inch bays for mobile hard drives and SSDs and seven PCI bays for peripheral devices. The VG5 can take up to 385mm long video cards when a SSD is not installed and 310 mm long video cards when there’s a SSD inside. The case is also compatible with CPU coolers that are up to 160 mm high and PSUs that are up to 250 mm long. In the back the VG5 has holes for liquid cooling solutions and up front users will also find two USB 3.0 ports and two 3.5-mm audio jacks.

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The new Sharkoon VG5 PC case sells for EUR 33.

Source: Sharkoon Technologies

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