Sharkoon launches the TG4M RGB ATX case
Sharkoon describes its latest creation, the TG4M RGB, as an ATX case with a compact design that features four fully addressable RGB fans, able to accommodate demanding hardware components in terms of space required to fit in and take advantage of adequate cooling.
Unlike other desktop PC cases by Sharkoon, the TG4M RGB sports a front panel that features an air-permeable mesh grille, while keeping the specific look of the TG series that includes a see-through front and side panel. The new front design allows for improved airflow, while the side panel is still made of tempered glass.
The case comes with four pre-installed 120 mm RGB fans (one in the back, and three behind the front panel), alongside an addressable RGB controller with 14 lighting presets that is compatible with multiple mainboard-controlled custom light solutions, including MSI Mystic Light Sync, ASUS Aura Sync, and Gigabyte RGB Fusion.
The length of the graphic cards that can be installed inside the Sharkoon TG4M case can go up to 375 mm, the CPU coolers supported have a height of up to 160 mm, the power supply can go up to 265 mm, and those who need a lot of storage can add up to four 2.5-inch SSDs, as well as one or two 3.5-inch hard drives.
The manufacturer's suggested price is a convenient 74.9 Euros (roughly US$86) and, as usual, those interested can already place their orders via the online and offline retailers that have Sharkoon products on their shelves.
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Hardware Showroom with Optimized Airflow
Pohlheim, 13 January 2022 –Sharkoon Technologies is an international supplier of high-performance quality PC components and peripherals. Now, with the TG4M RGB, Sharkoon presents a version of its popular PC case with a mesh front panel. For an immediately optimized airflow, the ATX case also offers four pre-installed and fully addressable RGB fans with a diameter of 120 millimeters. And, despite its compact design, it should also be able to accommodate demanding hardware components.
Instead of a front panel made of tempered glass, the TG4M RGB is equipped with an air-permeable mesh grille. The characteristic look of the TG series with a see-through front and side panel has been retained, but this time, the aim is to optimize the airflow. This is supported by three pre-installed 120-millimeter fans behind the front panel and another identical fan at the rear panel. All fans can be illuminated according to personal preference via the supplied RGB controller and using a modern mainboard which has the appropriate connection. The integration into existing lighting synchronization systems is also possible.
A Tidy Presentation for Hardware
As with the other cases of the TG series, the TG4M RGB also has a side panel made of tempered glass, through which the built-in hardware can be seen. Together with the illuminated fans, this gives the series its characteristic look, which is intended to especially appeal to gamers. So that no cables interfere with the presentation, these can be removed from view, when necessary, using the cable pass-throughs in the mainboard tray. A detachable dust filter is located behind the front fans for the required protection from dust.
Spacious, Despite the Compact Design
The TG4M RGB has very space-saving external dimensions of 45.5 x 20.0 x 43 centimeters, but it should still be able to accommodate high-performance hardware components. According to the manufacturer, there is room for graphics cards with a length of up to 37.5 centimeters, as well as CPU coolers up to 16 centimeters in height, and power supply units up to 26.5 centimeters in length. In addition, there is space for up to two 3.5-inch HDDs and up to four SSDs. Using the screw slots, these can be mounted onto the mainboard tray and, via the HDD/SSD cage, onto the bottom of the case
Price and availability.
The TG4M RGB is now available at the manufacturer's suggested price of 74.90 euros.