Kolink Phalanx Review

Kolink Phalanx Review  

Introduction

You might not have heard much about Kolink, but believe it not, they’ve been around since the mid 90s, designing, developing and manufacturing coolers and other PC related goodies with such esteemed partners such as Noctua.  What we have here then is the Kolink Phalanx, which at first view doesn’t appear to be anything that special by today’s standards.  It has a steel frame, with a full size tempered glass window, it has a brushed aluminium front with plenty of I/O options. It can take Motherboards up to E-ATX, has plenty of water cooling options and has 4x120mm Digitally addressable RGB fans included, with the option to install more all of which can be controlled by the integrated hub and bundled remote control.  All that for a hundred and…Hang on, this thing costs just £79!  Surely that can’t be right.

Technical Specification

Dimensions 210 x 510 x 445 mm (W x H x D)
Material Steel Chassis, Aluminium front, Tempered glass panels
Weight  6.9kg
Motherboard M-ATX, ITX ATX, E-ATX 
5.25″  0
3.5″  2 2 (shared with 2.5″)
2.5″  4 (2 shared with 3.5″)
Front I/O  2x USB2.0 1xUSB 3.0, Audio in/Out
Expansion Slots  7
Air Cooling

 Front: 3×120 (3×120 DRGB included)

 Roof: 2×120/140

 Rear: 1×120 (1×120 included) 

Water Cooling

 Front: 120/240/360.  

 Roof: 120/240.  140/280

 Rear: 120mm 

Max CPU Cooler Height  160mm
Max GPU Length  370mm
Max PSU Length  170mm