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Sharkoon Unveils TG6M RGB Case

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Sharkoon Technologies is an international supplier of high-performance quality PC components and peripherals. With the TG6M RGB, Sharkoon now presents a variation of its popular TG6 RGB ATX case. With this latest addition to the "TG" PC case series, particular importance has been given to a strong airflow, and the tempered glass of the front panel has been thus replaced by an air-permeable mesh grille. And this time, the fans have circularly arranged LEDs, bringing the case closer to the traditional look of previous models.

Thanks to the front panel with the mesh grille, the TG6M RGB aims to ensure a continuously optimal temperature, even when the system is in full operation. Behind the front panel, three 120-millimeter addressable RGB LED fans with rubberized contact points are pre-installed, with no visible screws and in a modular framework. A fourth fan of the same type ensures that the heated air is removed through the back of the case. As an option, three additional 120-millimeter or two 140-millimeter fans can be installed in the top of the case, which is protected by a dust filter. Additional dust filters in the front and in the underside of the case should provide additional protection against dust and dirt.



Optional Water Cooling
Like the previous TG6 model, the TG6M RGB has a completely detachable fan tray. If desired, this facilitates the installation of a radiator behind the front panel. A radiator with a length of up to 360 millimeters and an installation height of 5.2 centimeters will find room here.

Designed for Eye-Catching Light Effects
The pre-installed 120-millimeter fans should not only ensure a strong airflow, but also provide a vivid illumination of the built-in hardware. The tempered glass side panel, which is unobtrusively attached to the rear of the case with thumbscrews, draws the attention to the user's personally configured hardware. To set the stage for this, there is a pre-installed RGB controller, provided, as usual, by Sharkoon in its PC cases. The controller allows the connection of up to eight LED elements. Colors and effects can then be freely customized using the software of compatible mainboards which have a 5 V-D-Coded-G or 5 V-D-G pinout. A manual control option is available for mainboards without a connection for addressable LEDs. The manual control can be used to switch through twenty lighting effects using the reset button. It is also possible to switch off the entire lighting.

Tidy Space for Components
The TG6M RGB offers just as much space for high-performance components as its predecessor: There is enough room for graphics cards with a length of up to 40 cm and CPU coolers with a height of up to 16.7 cm. Power supplies with a maximum length of up to 20.5 cm can also be accommodated. Up to three 3.5-inch or four 2.5-inch data storage drives can be installed in the case: in a moveable HDD/SSD cage, or behind the mainboard tray or on the power supply tunnel. There are also several cable pass-throughs in the mainboard tray to keep the cabling tidy.

Price and Availability
The TG6M RGB is now available at the manufacturer's suggested price of 87.90 euros.

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oh boi here comes bonehead with his amazing opinions again...
look we get it you don't like anything that's not 100% unique and original but to you have to comment on literally everything you dislike? cause I for one done need to see your awful takes every time a new product shows up.
My opinions are mine & mine alone...

And the last time I checked (about 2ns ago) everyone here is still free to voice them anywhere, anytime, anyway they want, yes (assuming you're not being rude, disrespectful, or just plain mean to someone else) ?

Now the fact that you apparently disagree with it or find it not to your liking, well that's just T.F.B. (too friggin bad).... cause I really don't care what you think about me, my opinions, or anything else for that matter :D

When I see new products that warrant praise or likes or further discussion etc, then I will post those opinions also.

If you wanna be a forum/opinion nazi, go for it,, but if you persist in attacking me in this manner, then you will be reported to and potentially warned or banned by the admins.....

p.s....have a nice day
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For a cookie cutter type case I kinda like it..
 
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You really dont like anything do you? Just stop posting on shit like this.

My opinions are mine & mine alone...

And the last time I checked (about 2ns ago) everyone here is still free to voice them anywhere, anytime, anyway they want, yes (assuming you're not being rude, disrespectful, or just plain mean to someone else) ?

Now the fact that you apparently disagree with it or find it not to your liking, well that's just T.F.B. (too friggin bad).... cause I really don't care what you think about me, my opinions, or anything else for that matter :D

When I see new products that warrant praise or likes or further discussion etc, then I will post those opinions also.

If you wanna be a forum/opinion nazi, go for it,, but if you persist in attacking me in this manner, then you will be reported to and potentially warned or banned by the admins.....

p.s....have a nice day
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And this post makes you a passive-aggressive asshole.
 

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I feel bonehead will probably like tolerate it if it is all white and has Type-C ports all over... haha.

TBF though, what is the standout feature of this case? Or, what is the one innovation that this case offers? Or, what is the one compelling reason that makes you want to rush out to buy one just to replace your perfectly fine current case? Granted there's nothing very wrong or sorely lacking here, it probably even looks 'nice' to most people, and is likely to perform well too given the strong airflow focus. But it is just too safe and conventional, wherein every feature it offers has already been done to death in the hundreds other cases before it.

I understand it's all about profitability at the end of the day, but I just wish case manufacturers could be more adventurous like InWin and AZZA, or just plain innovative like Phanteks, Fractal, and Thermaltake even.
 
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