Sharkoon’s new house doesn’t put the design on a higher shelf than ventilation

The TG4M’s RGB behind-the-grid fans draw attention to you without stifling our hardware.


Sharkoon has introduced a new tower enclosure that can accommodate motherboards up to ATX in size TG4M RGB named. The 455 x 200 x 430 mm, 5 kg empty device is largely made of steel and plastic, with the exception of the tempered glass side panel secured with hand-operated screws.


Luckily, at the front of the house, we don’t come across a material with not very high permeability, instead a steel grille was placed in front of the three 120mm RGB fans, the fourth companion of which was located on the back. The four fans are controlled by a built-in controller, more specifically the motherboard that the user connects to, which engineers have placed between three mounting points for 2.5-inch drives on the motherboard tray. We have the option of installing two additional 3.5 or 2.5 inch storage compartments in the housing, which are located on a frame that lies at the bottom of the housing.


With six expansion slots and two jacks and a USB 3.0 terminal, the TH4M’s RGB interior offers enough space for graphics cards up to 375mm long and a processor cooler 160mm or lower, in addition to the components already mentioned, while the length of the ATX-sized power supply has been maximized at 265mm . The novelty is now available from the manufacturer’s direct partners at a suggested retail price of € 75.


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