About four weeks ago, the manufacturer Sharkoon presented the latest addition to its housing division. The spacious midi tower is named PURE STEEL and is available in three different versions. Beside a black and a white version Sharkoon also offers the PURE STEEL in a RGB-Version. The white and black variants are priced at € 68.90 and € 59.90 and the RGB variant at € 75.90. The manufacturer promotes high-end hardware with a high degree of compatibility, a minimally designed body made entirely of steel and a high degree of modding friendliness.
Whether the PURE STEEL can do justice to this description and how it performs in general we will find out for you in this review.
Scope of Delivery
The Sharkoon PURE STEEL comes well and safely packed in a black and white printed cardboard box. The accessories are packed in a brown cardboard box, which was placed in the HDD cage, and include all important screws, ten black cable ties, an instruction manual, an MB speaker, a sticker with the Sharkoon logo and a tool for screwing in the spacers. In addition, the case contains two pre-installed black case fans and the pre-installed spacers for the mainboard.