Sharkoon reveals the DG7000-G computer chassis

Sharkoon reveals the DG7000-G computer chassis

Sharkoon has offered a new model of their recently launched DG7000 computer case. The novelty is called DG7000-G and features the ATX standard as well as the mid-tower form factor. The new case is especially suitable for gaming PCs due to a certain nice feature – it offers an improved view of installed components thanks to its extra-large side panel of tempered glass.

The new Sharkoon case comes with an optimized cable management system and sports two pre-installed cooling fans up front and there’s another 140 mm fan at the back. The top panel also offers support for either two 120 mm fans or two 140 mm fans. The case also has two USB 3.0, two USB 2.0 and two audio ports on its front panel, two 5.25-inch drive bays with tool-free installation and enough space for three 3.5-inch hard drives or SSDs and two 2.5-inch storage drives. In addition the DG7000-G supports CPU coolers that are up to 175 mm tall, video cards as long as 380 mm and PSUs that are up to 230 mm long. For water cooling the case allows users to install a 280 mm radiator with a total height of 57 mm. There are pre-installed dust filters too.

The Sharkoon DG7000-G mid-tower PC case is available now in red, blue and green colors with matching color LEDs and interior painting. The case costs EUR 69.99.

Source: Sharkoon

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