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Kolink Stronghold White Gaming Case Full Review – RX 570

We loved taking a look at the Kolink Observatory so we thought why not take a look at the Kolink Stronghold as well. See what we think about the case and how easy or not it is to build in.

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  • Dimensions: 201 x 435 x 435mm (W x H x D)
  • Material: steel, tempered glass
  • Weight: approx. 5.75kg
  • Colour: black
  • Form factor: E-ATX (up to 279mm wide), ATX, micro-ATX, mini-ITX
  • Total possible fans: Front – 3 x 120mm, Top – 2 x 120, Rear – 1 x 120
  • Pre-installed: 1 x 120mm molex – front, 1 x 120mm molex – rear
  • Radiator mountings (max): 1 x 280mm – front, 1 x 240mm – top
  • Filter: top, bottom
  • Drive bays: 3 x 3.5/2.5″ (internal)
  • Power supply: 1 x standard ATX up to 200mm (optional)
  • Expansion slots: 7
  • I/O Panel: 2 x USB 2.0 (internal connection), 1 x USB 3.0 (internal connection), 1 x audio in/out
  • Maximum GPU length: 380mm
  • Maximum CPU cooler height: 160mm

Before i go any further and talk about my experience with this computer case, i usually like to bring up the general information that is provided for us. By doing this, it will let you have an idea of what this product could be like and is it really worth you buying. Starting off, the price for this computer case is £45, incredibly good price but is it really worth it. 

The incredibly stylish Kolink Stronghold midi-tower comes with a fantastic tempered glass side panel with a white front panel. The interior of the stronghold allows for plenty of space for high-end hardware. Pre-installed dust filters, plenty of space for water cooling and superb cable management options are just some of the highlights of this case, stunning yet competitively-priced. 

Features at first glance

  • Case designed for motherboards up to E-ATX
  • Side panel in 4mm thick tempered glass
  • Plastic white front panel 
  • 2 x pre-installed 120mm fans
  • I/O panel with 2 x USB 2.0/ 1 x USB 3.0 & HD audio in/out
  • Support for two 240mm radiators 
  • 3 x 3.5/2.5” drive slots
  • Graphics cards up to 38cm long & CPU coolers up to 16cm height

The robust chassis consists of one millimetre thick SECC steel and is equipped with a four millimetre thick tempered glass side panel and a plastic front with a stylish white front panel. The entire interior is coated in white and equipped with a power supply shroud to achieve an incredibly clean aesthetic. A hard drive cage with brackets for three 3.5 or 2.5” drivers is also included. 

In order to give the installed hardware the best possible airflow, the case comes with two of a total of six possible 120mm fans with molex connectors. One is placed at the lowest three potential places behind the front and the second slot is in the back. Two additional 120mm fans can be installed under the top of the case. 

The motherboard tray and the power supply cover offer numerous openings for perfect cable management. A 240mm radiator can be installed in the front and in the top of the observatory’s chassis. The air inlets come with dust filters in the roof and base of the chassis. They can be removed without tools and are strengthened with the help of a filigree honeycomb pattern.

There is also a slot for a switch to control the RGB lighting, but this is not included in the housing and must be retrofitted separately.

Now to finally find out what i thought about the case, check out the video above and see what you think and if it’s worth your money. Have your say and see what you would make of it or would you have it be improved.