Wednesday, June 24th 2020

Sharkoon Announces the REV 200 Case

Sharkoon Technologies is an international supplier of PC components and peripherals, offering performance at a reasonable price. With the REV 220 ATX midi tower, Sharkoon now presents another PC case in the REV series. Like the REV200, this case also possesses a clever and revolutionary case configuration: in comparison to conventional PC cases, Sharkoon has designed for a mainboard which is turned 90 degrees, while the rest of the hardware is thus installed vertically. The PC case is supplied with five pre-installed 120-millimeter fans for the necessary airflow. A cable compartment at the top and a multi-functional tunnel at the bottom also ensure a neat and tidy appearance inside the case.

The front of the REV220 has an aluminium plate with a diamond cut. This impressively sets the stage with an RGB background illumination. The plate is placed on a front panel which has a carbon fiber look, providing a distinctly qualitative design to the casing.
A Case Configuration with a Difference
The REV case series distinguishes itself with a revolutionary case configuration, whereby the mainboard is turned 90 degrees when mounted, and the other hardware components are thus installed vertically. The REV220 also has this rather untypical structure and therefore offers all the positive advantages of the predecessor REV200, while the user can experience an entirely different feeling either when installing hardware or when modding. In addition, the cable compartment under the top panel and the power supply tunnel on the bottom panel both ensure tidiness inside the case.

A Fresh Wind from Five Pre-Installed Fans
There are ventilation slots on the sides of the front panel, through which three of the pre-installed 120-millimeter fans ensure a constant airflow. This is supported by two further 120-millimeter fans in the back of the case, which, with their addressable RGB lighting, contribute to an ideal illumination of the hardware inside. In order to further optimize cooling performance, it is also possible to install two 140-millimeter fans in place of the three 120-millimeter models. The front of the case also allows for the installation of a radiator with up to 360 millimeters. In the back of the case, the two pre-installed fans can be replaced by two 140 millimeter versions or a radiator with up to 240 millimeters. The magnetic cover on the top of the case is perforated and thus also supports the air exchange.

The View Inside
The side panel, made of tempered glass, not only completes the timeless and elegant design of the REV220, but it also offers an unobstructed view of the installed hardware. For this purpose, the glass is securely attached via screws on the back of the case. In combination with the RGB lighting of the two addressable fans and the RGB highlight of the front panel, the PC case becomes a real eye-catcher on the top of any desk. And thanks to its reversed design, the case can also be easily placed on the left side of the desk. The fans in the back of the case are also compatible with the RGB synchronization technologies Asus Aura Sync, MSI Mystic Light Sync, Gigabyte Fusion and ASRock Polychrome SYNC. For mainboards without a suitable RGB connection possessing the pinout 5V-D-G or 5V-D-coded-G, the lighting can be controlled via a switch on the top of the case. For an even more extensive illumination, additional, optional LED components can be connected to the pre-installed RGB controller.

Plenty of Room for Components
The REV220 does not lack space for components: Graphics cards with a length of up to 32.3 centimeters, power supplies with a maximum length of 20 centimeters and CPU coolers with a height of up to 16.5 centimeters will fit into the casing. In addition, up to two 3.5-inch hard drives and two SSDs can be installed in the removable cage within the power supply tunnel. Behind the mainboard tray, there are locations for two more SSDs.

Price and Availability
The Sharkoon REV220 is now available at the manufacturer's suggested price of 107.00 euros.
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7 Comments on Sharkoon Announces the REV 200 Case

#1
Hieu_Arbiter
2 RGB ring fans in the back of this case, are they intake or outtake fans?
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#2
aktpu
Interesting design, I wish that there will reviews soon
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#3
Caring1
I like it, not sure how cool it would be with a restrictive front panel though.
Needs a USB-C too.
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#4
bonehead123
s/n/o/o/o/z/z/z/z/z/e

NO C = NO buy = NO excuse

But at least it's reasonably priced, so there's that :)
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#5
Assimilator
The REV case series distinguishes itself with a revolutionary case configuration, whereby the mainboard is turned 90 degrees when mounted, and the other hardware components are thus installed vertically.
So revolutionary that you cribbed it from Silverstone!
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Hieu_Arbiter
2 RGB ring fans in the back of this case, are they intake or outtake fans?
Looks to be exhaust. But you could make them whichever you want. It's preferable to be exhaust
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#7
CheapMeat
This is great. Almost like an RGB update for the current scene from the Silverstone Raven cases. People always have something negative to say but this is still unique compared to the millions of other copy paste stamped cases out there with some minor bezel tweak. Always liked the vertical I/O setup.
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