Kolink Phalanx Review

Exterior continued

Kolink Phalanx Review  

Exterior continued 

Aside from the I/O, the roof of the case is given over to a large magnetically attached mesh area. 

Kolink Phalanx Review  

 

As you might have guessed, this mesh panel is easily removed revealing fan mounts for a pair of 120s or 140s.

Kolink Phalanx Review  

 

Around the back we have a single 120mm fan, which looks quite tightly squeezed as the mesh panel does not extend to the full width of the fan.

Kolink Phalanx Review  

 

There are a total of seven vented expansion bays, unfortunately, these are the punch out type, so once a cover is removed, there's no putting it back in.  Still, We guess Kolink had to make some price compromises somewhere.

Kolink Phalanx Review  

 

The case sits on four rubber pad capped plastic feet, and has a slide in type filter covering the PSU area.  The four screws seen towards the front of the case enable the internal HDD rack to be removed, should you so desire.

Kolink Phalanx Review  

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