In addition to many enclosures in the budget segment, the manufacturer Kolink also released some enclosures in the mid-price segment some time ago. One of these cases is called Horizon RGB and is currently the most expensive case from the manufacturer in Midi Tower format. The Horizon is only available in black and costs € 84.90. Kolink advertises the Midi Tower with a luxurious equipment, various mounting possibilities for different hardware and an elegant design.
Whether the Kolink Horizon can do justice to this description and how it performs in general, we will find out for you in this review.
|Housing type:||Midi Tower|
|Dimensions:||202 x 468 x 454 mm (WxHxD)|
|Material:||Steel, Plastic, Tempered Glass|
|Front connections||2x USB 3.0, 1x USB 2.0, 1x Speaker, 1x Microphone|
|Drive bays:||2x 3,5″/ 2,5″ |
|Form factors:||ATX, mATX, mini-ITX|
|Ventilation:||Front: 3x 120 mm |
Lid: 2x 120 mm
Rear: 1x 120 mm
|Radiators:||Front: 120 / 240 / 360 mm |
Rear: 120 mm
|Max. CPU cooler height:||155 mm|
|Max. Graphics card length:||345 mm|
|Place for front radiator||75 mm|
|Max. Power supply length:||170 mm|
|Cable management space:||14-20 mm|
Packaging and Scope of Delivery
The Kolink Horizon comes well and safely packed in a brown and printed cardboard box. For additional protection, there is a protective film on the side panel. The glass pane in the front, on the other hand, has no additional protection. The accessories were stowed in a transparent bag and fastened inside the hard drive cage. It contains all important screws, five cable ties, a mainboard speaker and a remote control for the RGB control including a short manual.