Sharkoon launches a new case on the market with the Wave RGB. It’s a mid-tower model with a mesh front panel, favoring the air flow. Moreover, this last one is quite original since it displays many small waves, hence its name!
Wave RGB: a mid-tower case with an original front panel!
Internally, we have room for a motherboard in standard ATX format. For other components, we have a space of 310 mm for the graphics card, which can be increased to 335 mm without front fans. The CPU cooling unit has 157 mm, while the power supply unit has 175 mm. In this respect, we have seen better. By the way, if you are looking for a new case, don’t hesitate to visit our new buying guide.
On the storage side, we find a hard disk cage with 3.5″/2.5″ slots. This is complemented by three other 2.5″ slots, two on the back of the motherboard tray, and one on the power supply cover.
For cooling, the case comes with four aRGB fans installed as standard. Three of them are present at the front while the last one is located at the back. If desired, they can be supplemented by adding two 120/140 mm mills at the top of the chassis. For the watercooling, in theory, the case can accommodate a 240 mm radiator. Nevertheless, we insist on the theoretical side since the data sheet does not mention any radiator support.
Finally, this model will be distinguished by its wave-shaped front and its control panel that offers two USB 3 .0 type A and one USB 3 .2 Gen2. And to facilitate the management of lighting, we are entitled to a small hub of four ports to manage all this.
For the price, it will be 74.90 €.