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Cooltek K4 Mid-Tower Case Released

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  1. btarunr

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    The newest case under the Cooltek brand was announced by PC-Cooling. The Cooltek K4 is a mid-range, mid-tower, which provides the essentials of casing in its 430 (H) x 190 (W) x 480 (D) mm form, weighing 5.2 kg. The case offers three externernal 5.25" drive bays, one external, and six internal 3.5" bays, with tool-free retention mechanism for the drives. The case, along with its interiors, seems to be fabricated entirely with SECC-steel. While it does not include any fans, the case does provide room for front and rear fans, along with two on the side-panel. The Cooltek K4 is priced under 45 EUR.

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    Source: PC-Cooling.de
     
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    An okay entry level case.
     
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    That's good lookin' for a cheap case, shame it doesn't come with a PSU or any fans.
     
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    painted interior would be nice. Never heard of Cooltek though.
     
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    Looks a bit flimsy, not that most general users would care
     
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    wait, what? 45 euros for that?
     
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    Good luck fitting a long graphics card in that case (I doubt anyone who owns long graphics cards would buy this case anyway).
     
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    Yeah at first I though it was a bit pricey for what you get, but then again it is tooless and provides some cable management. It seems more reasonable if it were around 35 euros.
     
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    The front intake fan spot is a bit pointless if you ask me... there are similar (and cheaper) cases where the front fan actually does move air into the case.
     
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