At Caseking, the Kolink Inspire K1 has popped up at a bargain price of €49.99. Caseking will be available from 14. December. The K1 is a midi tower in ATX format. One side part is made of acrylic glass and the front part is made of tempered glass. In such a constellation, of course, the corresponding RGB lighting must not be missing.
For this purpose, there are two 120mm RGB fans in the front of the housing. These create a honeycomb-shaped frame on the front of the housing. On the back, an 80mm fan is pre-installed. It is also possible to install a 240mm radiator.
To mention the addition of a fan controller with appropriate remote control. This can be used to adjust up to 350 different effects. For this purpose, the RGB fans are connected to the enclosed controller with their 6-pin connectors. The lighting can also be switched off.
In addition to M.2 SDDs, three 3.5-inch and two 2.5-inch data carriers can be installed and the case has room for graphics cards up to 35cm in length. CPU coolers can be up to 15cm high. There is therefore enough space for monstrous hardware components. Alternatively, it is also possible to install a water cooling system with regard to the transparent side wall.
The I/O panel on the front has two USB 2.0 and one USB 3.0 port. HD audio in/out can also be found.
The black jewel at 175x350x410mm3 brings a slender 3.5kg to the wagon and is made of steel. The power supply is installed in the rear section at the top.
Kolink offers a variety of enclosures and power supplies. External 2.5 and 3.5 inch enclosures are also in the portfolio. So a look at Caseking might be worth it. Kolink is known as the price-performance king, but also offers more expensive devices.