The Sharkoon Nightfall Mid Tower Case
The front is black, and I mean dark black. As this photo shows, the five covers for the optical drives are barely visible. What is very visible is the pop of the exposed aluminum edges and the Sharkoon logo at the bottom. This gives the Nightfall a very attractive appearance.
The same door panels are used on the Nightfall as with the other two. There is again the option to install two 120mm fans of your choice here to increase the case air flow.
Behind the Nightfall there are the water cooling holes, seven expansion slots and no fan like we saw in the Rebel. The rear of the chassis gives you the option to place an 80mm or a 120mm fan of your choosing to act as the exhaust.
Nothing worth mentioning changed on the back panel. The same finger dent in the back to remove the panel is all there is to see.
The top of the chassis holds the power and reset buttons along with the audio jacks, USB 2.0 ports and the e-SATA connection. Integrated into the aluminum bezel is where you will find the HDD activity and power indicator LEDs.
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- Page 5 [Accessories and Documentation]
- Page 6 [The Build and Finished Product]
- Page 7 [Final Thoughts]
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