It accommodates boards up to E-ATX
The Elite Shark CA300T computer case with glass side panels and characteristic slots on the front panel appeared in the Sharkoon catalog with the mark “new”. The case measuring 505 x 235 x 520 mm and weighing 14.7 kg is designed for a mini-ITX, microATX ATX, or E-ATX board. It also has room for eight expansion cards up to 400 mm in length, and at the cost of eliminating the front fan, you can increase the allowable card length by another 25 mm. The maximum allowable height of the processor cooling system is 165 mm, the length of the power supply is 240 mm.
Sharkoon Elite case Shark CA300T is equipped with four addressable backlit fans
The chassis can accommodate up to four 3.5 “drives and up to seven 2.5” drives. On the front wall, there are three 120mm fans. Fans with addressable RGB lighting are installed here as standard. Instead, you can put a radiator up to 420 mm long. Three 120mm or two 140mm fans can be mounted on the top panel, which alternatively accommodates a radiator up to 360mm in length. On the back, there is room for another 120mm fan (here the manufacturer also supplied an addressable RGB fan). The built-in eight-port controller allows you to choose from 20 lighting modes. In addition, the backlight is compatible with MSI Mystic Light Sync, Asus Aura Sync, Gigabyte RGB Fusion Ready, and ASRock Polychrome Sync control systems. By the way, not only the fans are decorated with illumination, but also the I / O connectors located on one of the sides of the front panel. These are two USB-A ports USB 3.0, one USB-C port USB 3.2 Gen2, and audio connectors.
The case costs 177 dollars.