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Superpower Landmark
KS-299 Mid Tower ATX

The Good


+ One screw access
+ Side panels
+ Inexpensive

The Bad

- Poor cooling
- A thumb screw would be better

Just like many other case manufacturer's, Superpower isn't exactly a household name. While they aren't the largest manufacturer of cases by any means, they're not little either with an output capacity of up to 600,000 units. That capacity comes in the form a state of the art facility in Shanghai, China that Superpower setup four years ago. As a company, they've been in the case business since 1989 and thus have a fair amount of experience.

The first case AnandTech received from Superpower is their Landmark series KS-299 - a fairly solid ATX mid tower that gets the job done pretty well with a bit of style thrown in for good measure.


Form Factor ATX Mid Tower
Drive Bays

4 external 5.25"
2 external 3.5"
1 internal 3.5"

Cooling Power supply exhaust fan
80mm intake fan in front
80mm exhaust fan at rear (optional)
Other Features

Single screw access
Side panels
Sleep switch/LED
Case lock
Cable management system


14.25 x 9.65 x 19.5 inches
362 x 245 x 495 mm

Power Supply

Superpower SH-250ATX 250W
300W optional

With those measurements, the KS-299 is a bit bulkier than most other cases with similar expansion room. But those dimensions promise to keep everything roomy inside. The rest of the specs are quite promising, with good expansion room in this class, as well as a number of interesting features.

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