Cougar Makes a Huge Leap with Panzer Evo RGB Case
Cougar isn’t playing around with their case releases anymore. The Panzer line has always had a strong amount of features, but the latest addition makes a statement that tells other cases they aren’t measuring up. Cougar is leaving the realm of jumping into a new market, and entering the realm of leading said market. The Panzer Evo RGB has tons of build space, gorgeous tempered glass panels, and addressable RGB lighting with a remote control. It’s a beast!It’s one thing to support E-ATX motherboards, but it’s another to have enough expansion slots for 4 graphics cards. There are cases that have a lot of expansion slots, but Cougar doesn’t go overboard with the HDD bays. They designed this case with the full assumption that a builder will utilize the space for cooling over storage devices. I’ve always wondered how many gamers have more than two drives. Of course you can still fit 6 SSDs in there, but on the back of the motherboard tray where they can hide out of sight. As always, the tempered glass looks gorgeous, but it’s the RGB controls that live up to expectation. The Panzer comes equipped with fully addressable RGB, as well as its own lighting controller. Of course you can still connect to motherboard controls as well.The Panzer Evo RGB has a ton of other features, but you can check those out at their site link below. It looks like the price will land at $219 which, for the amount of case involved here, is actually a really good deal in my opinion. If you’ve never built in a full-size tower before and are debating giving it a try, I’d highly recommend trying it out with the Cougar Panzer Evo RGB. Keep checking back for more news and reviews and we’ll catch ya’ later!