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Kolink Satellite Gaming Case - Black

CCL Code: CAS2650
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Manufacturer Code: SATELLITE
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Manufacturer: Kolink
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Kolink Satellite Gaming Case - Black

Key Features:

  • PSU not included
  • 0 x 5.25" External Bay(s)
  • 2 x 2.5", 2 x 3.5" HDD Bay(s)
  • Max MB Size: ITX

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£31.74

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The Kolink Satellite is a cube style chassis with impressive amounts of component support, including up to 280mm VGA, ATX PSU up to 220mm (140mm with VGA card over 190mm) and even Micro-ATX boards up to 22.6cm x 18cm. The front I/O is equipped with 2 x USB3.0 ports for high speed transfers, and there is internal space for various drive configurations to suit your requirements.

The Kolink Satellite aims to offer impressive functionality with a small case footprint and competitive price. It delivers on all counts.

Main Features

  • 2 x USB3.0 on the front panel
  • Support for Micro-ATX Motherboards up to 22.6cm x 18cm
  • Support for 280mm VGA cards
  • Small footprint
  • Space for 2 x 3.5" + 2 x 2.5" or 3 x 3.5" or 4 x 2.5" HDD's
  • Black Interior with 12cm rear fan installed.

Key Features

Firewire No
Main Colour Black
Case Type Tower
USB 3.0 Support Yes
Case Form Factor Mid Tower
Power Supply Included No
Optimised for Gaming
80Plus Rated No
PSU Form Factor ATX
Display Model in Showroom No
e-SATA No
L.E.D Fan No LED
Internal 3.5" Bay 2
Internal 2.5" Bay 2
ATX No
Micro-ATX No
ITX Yes
E-ATX No
XL-ATX No
Front Audio Type Separate
Maximum Motherboard Size Supported ITX

Warranty

Warranty 1 Year

Item Details

Manufacturer Kolink
Manufacturer Code SATELLITE
EAN 5999094000544
Condition New

Warranty Information

Warranty 1 Year

Manufacturer Information

Manufacturer Kolink
Manufacturer Code SATELLITE

Do you have you a question about the Kolink Satellite Micro-ATX Cube Case - Black?

Q: Can you confim this case will takea Micro-ATX up to 22.6cm x 18cm?
Answer by Website User on 19th February 2019
I can confirm that 22.6cm x 18cm is the maximum supported micro-ATX motherboard size that this case will support based off the information provided by the manufacturer of the case. - Kristian N
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Q: What is the height, width and depth of this case?
Answer by Website User on 13th November 2017
This case is 260mm (W) x 190mm (H) x 280mm (D).
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Q: Hi. Is the advertised 3 x 3.5" capability tied to a specific configuration - like only when a ITX board is installed or a cooler of a specific height? Or is there a user manual about?
Answer by Dan on 9th January 2017
The internal bays available are dependent on configuration, unfortunately there doesn't appear to a manual available online to say exactly how though. -Danlevan
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Q: What is Max CPU Cooler height on Kolink Sattelite?
Answer by Dan on 19th July 2016
There doesn't appear to be much information on this from Kolink but based on what others have said about the case online I believe it will take coolers up to 165mm. -Danlevan
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4 / 5 2 reviews

Mr Chris Kautz

2 months ago

Wanted to build a micro XP machine ( to play all my old XP games on).. Plenty of room for all my needs , I prefer 2.5" drives over 3.5 " so plenty of airflow .. I managed to put a cpu water cooler ( all in one) , They onlt real gripe is that Kolink in their "wisdom" put the power lead/point a little to low .. as the radiator hit the socket . It only need to be moved 6mm upwards and it would have cleared the rad . It housed a standard ATX psu so that was a plus point ( keeps the overall build cost down).. So It lost a star , same for build quality , cheap thin steel and a plastic front . If Kolink moved the port/socket , it would be worth the money . Just a little overpriced for what it is .

Tony

October 2019

Like all SFF a bit fiddly to setup space wise, , but this is one of a few boards that supports Ryzen stock processors, system built fine with Mini-ITX, no DVD drive space, but who uses CD/DVD these days?, got 2 x SSD's in plus M.2 with room to spare