Sharkoon launches SKILLER SGC1 Window

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Sharkoon a vendor which you may not have heard of has launched a new case which is named Skiller SGC1 Window as it ha a large window panel which isn’t tempered glass, unfortunately.


The case has an appealing design from the front panel having fins for airflow. That’s a good concept of hiding the front area as well as taking intake air at the same time.

The case has pre-installed 1x 120mm fan at the rear which can be BLUE, GREEN or RED. Sharkoon has also made the interior colour matching to the LED fans. So, if you have a Blue LED fan case, you will be going to have a BLUE interior. A well-matched theme case.

SKILLER SGC1 Window interior

The case is a mid tower and will support Mini-ITX, Micro-ATX as well as ATX cases and long graphics card support. The maximum height of a cooler it can support is 165mm and the hard drive cage can have either two 3.5″ hard drives or two 2.5″ SSD’s.

For cable management, this case has six big cutouts: 5 on the motherboard tray out of which 3 are on the sides and 2 are on the top. One hole is on the PSU shroud which should enable easy connection to the front headers.

Also, there is a big cutout in the motherboard tray that will allow you to easily install an aftermarket CPU cooler without removing the motherboard from the case and the clearance for cable management is enough behind the case.

For cooling, it has one more 120mm fan pre-installed at the front which is not LED fan and it is not required as you won’t be able to see the fan from the front. The case can support a 280mm radiator at the front at as well as a radiator up to 360mm at the top. So, it’s a decent case and nothing is unique about it in terms of capability but a company which is unheard of making a case like this is a good starting.




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