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Kolink Refine RGB – Midi-Tower with RGB, Tempered Glass and Real Aluminium

The manufacturer Kolink recently introduced two new midi tower enclosures. One of these new products is called Refine RGB and is a normal sized midi tower with tempered glass. Further features are the aluminium front, the support of two 240 mm radiators and a lot of space and airflow for “powerful” hardware. The Kolink Refine is only available in a black version and currently costs € 73.64.

Whether this price is justified for the Kolink Refine RGB and how it performs in general, we will find out in this review for you.

Technical Details

Model: Kolink Refine RGB
Housing type: Midi Tower
Dimensions: 205 x 435 x 455 mm (W x H x D)
Weight: approx. 5.9 kg
Material: steel, plastic, tempered glass, aluminium
Color: Black
Front connections 1x USB 3.1 Type-C, 1x USB 3.0 Type-A, 2x USB 2.0 Type-A, 1x Speaker, 1x Microphone
Drive bays: 2x 3,5″/ 2,5″ (HDD cage, internal)
2x 2,5″ (motherboard tray, internal)
Extension slots: 7
Form factors: ATX, mATX, mini-ITX
Ventilation: Front: 2x 120 mm or 2x 140 mm
Rear: 1x 120 mm
cover: 2x 120 mm or 2x 140 mm
Radiators: Front: 1x 280 mm or 1x 240 mm
Rear: 1x 120 mm
Max. CPU cooler height: 160 mm
Max. Graphics card length: 380 mm
Max. Power supply length: 200 mm
Cable management space: 20 mm
Place for front radiator: unlimited (restricts GPU length)
Price: € 73.64
Special features: Dust filter, cable management, glass side panel, RGB, aluminium

Scope of Delivery

Like all Kolink cases, the Refine comes well and safely packed in a brown cardboard box with black lettering and is wrapped in normal Styrofoam. Furthermore, the manufacturer has covered the glass element with two additional protective films to protect it from scratches. The included accessories were fixed in a transparent plastic bag inside the case with a cable tie. This bag contains all important screws, a few cable ties, and a plastic PCI replacement cover. Also included are the pre-installed case fan, the RGB element in the front, two magnetic dust filters and the partially pre-installed spacers.

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Simon Lüthje

I am co-founder of this blog and am very interested in everything that has to do with technology, but I also like to play games. I was born in Hamburg, but now I live in Berlin.

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