Sharkoon TG7M RGB packs three RGB LED fans in the front

Posted on Tuesday, January 18 2022 @ 23:06 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
A new somewhat more premium case from Sharkoon. The German firm showcases its TG7M RGB, this model comes with four RGB LED fans preinstalled. A nice case for playing games. The MSRP is 109EUR.
Sharkoon Technologies is an international supplier of high-performance quality PC components and peripherals. Now, with the TG7M RGB, Sharkoon is introducing a PC case that should match up to cases of a higher class. In addition to an air-permeable mesh front panel, the case has four pre-installed 120-millimeter RGB PWM fans. As the first case in the series, a 360-millimeter radiator can be installed not only behind the front panel of the TG7M RGB, but also under the top panel. Graphics cards can be installed vertically in the case using a separately available kit. In addition to two USB 3.0 ports, the I/O panel also has a USB-C 3.2 Gen 2 port.

Built for Convincing Cooling Results
According to the manufacturer, the TG7M RGB is especially designed for efficient cooling: In addition to a mesh grille on the front panel, four 120-millimeter PWM RGB fans have been pre-installed in the case: three at the front and one at the rear of the case. Three fans with an edge-to-edge length of 120 millimeters can also be installed under the top panel. The TG7M RGB is the first case of the TG series where a 360-millimeter radiator can be installed either behind the front panel or under the top panel. Depending on the installed hardware, the size of the mainboard and the height of the RAM, there is at least 5 centimeters of space available under the top panel. Behind the front panel there is space for a radiator with a height of up to 6 centimeters.

Tidy Presentation of Hardware
Like the previous models of the series, the TG7M RGB has a side panel made of tempered glass on the left. To ensure a tidy presentation of the built-in components, the screws of the panel are not directly visible from the outside. The front panel is framed on its left and right by a light-grey metal wing which rounds off the sharp edges of the casing. The cable management inside the case with several cable pass-throughs should ensure an unobstructed view of the installed hardware. By means of an RGB control on the mainboard with a pinout of 5V-D-G or 5V-D-coded-G, the illumination can be personalized as desired. Behind the tempered-glass side panel there is also a power supply tunnel with a window for the constant view of the power supply unit.

Spaciously Built
Despite its compact design, the TG7M RGB has plenty of space, even for large hardware components. For example, a graphics card 38 centimeters long can also be installed vertically using an optionally available graphics card kit. Power supply units with a length of up to 22 centimeters can be installed in the power supply tunnel on the underside of the case. The case also has space for up to four 2.5-inch and two 3.5-inch data storage drives.

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