Sharkoon have gone in for an average look for this case. It wouldn’t look out of place underneath a home office desk or on a gamers table. The matt black paint job runs across every panel for a neat and uniform look.
The front of the case is broken up between the 5.25″ bays, the I/O panel and a grill covering the front fan.
The I/O panel itself has a basic look to it. Power buttons to the left, reset buttons to the right and USB ports stuck in the middle with them. Both the power button and reset button are sunk into the case itself so they don’t stick out. Whilst not much of an issue, the buttons can be difficult to press.
The grill that covers the red lit fan prominently display the Sharkoon logo.
There are 2 slots for 140mm fans on the side of the case, unfortunatley fans aren’t included with this chassis. They’re located closer to the back so that when installed they will provide air flow to the top of the motherboard easily.
The other side-panel to this chassis is a bit more plain. A plain black exterior broken up only by the raised area directly behind the motherboard to help mediate airflow to the back of the case. This also aids cable management a little; especially if you have thicker cables.
And we’re left with the back panel. As you can see the PSU is mounted at the bottom, and there’s room to add another 120mm fan.