With the Kolink Rocket, the budget brand Kolink has brought a truly exciting case onto the market. With a volume of only 9.6 litres, the case is a small dwarf and looks particularly attractive on the desk. The modern and high-quality appearance in the form of brushed aluminium also contributes to this.
The Kolink Rocket costs about 160 Euro. In this review, we clarify whether the price for the case is reasonable and how it will perform otherwise.
|Housing type:||Mini-ITX Gaming Housing|
|Dimensions:||125 x 235 x 328 mm (WxHxD)|
|Front connections||2x USB 3.0|
|Drive bays:||2x 2,5″|
|Ventilation:||1x 80 mm (pre-installed, 4-pin PWM)|
|Max. CPU cooler height:||54 mm|
|Max. Graphics card length:||310 mm|
|Max. Graphics card height:||40 mm (dual slot)|
|Power supply unit (optional)||SFX or SFX-L|
|Max. Power supply length||130 mm|
|Features||PCIe-3.0-x16 riser module for GPU mounting|
Packaging and Scope of Delivery
The Kolink Rocket comes in a small but well padded printed cardboard box. Due to the low weight of the case one almost has the fear that the carton is empty. Of course, that’s not the case.
In addition to the housing, all necessary screws, four cable ties, eight rubberized feet for gluing on and a mainboard speaker are included. In addition, a short manual is of course included, which can be quite helpful, as you have to think about the order of installation due to the limited space.
Additionally included, but already mounted in the case, is a PCIe-3.0-x16-riser cable to install a dual-slot graphics card in the mini case.