Sunday, July 26th 2020

Cougar Intros MG120-G RGB Micro-ATX Case

Cougar today introduced the MG120-G RGB, a Micro-ATX tower case. This rather broad and roomy tower is characterized by dark tinted 4 mm-thick tempered glass panels along the front and left side panels, and the inclusion of three premium Cougar VK120 ARGB fans (two along the front intakes, one at the rear exhaust, pre-installed). Its ventilation features include the ability to mount either two 140 mm or three 120 m fans along the front panel, two 140/120 mm top exhausts, and a 120 mm rear exhaust. Maximum radiator sizes supported include a 280 mm x 140 mm radiator along the front panel, and a 240 mm x 120 mm radiator along the top.

Storage options for the Cougar MG120-G are equally impressive, with three 2.5-inch mounts along the horizontal partition separating the two chambers, two 3.5-inch/2.5-inch drive trays in the bottom chamber, and a 2.5-inch mount behind the motherboard tray (so up to six 2.5-inch or four 2.5-inch + two 3.5-inch). The motherboard tray serves up room for graphics cards up to 33 cm in length and CPU coolers up to 17.5 cm in height. Cougar includes a 6-channel ARGB controller with the case that control the lighting of the three included fans (besides room for expansion). The front panel includes a pair of USB type-A ports (one USB 2.0 and one USB 3.x), HDA jacks, and a button to cycle through the ARGB controller's presets. The case measures 210 mm x 415 mm x 400 mm (WxHxD). The company didn't reveal pricing.
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6 Comments on Cougar Intros MG120-G RGB Micro-ATX Case

#1
Searing
3 fans but one USB 3.0. Apparently fans cost less than USB ports...
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#2
Chomiq
Mesh filter in front of a glass panel... Ok.
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#3
BSim500
Searing
3 fans but one USB 3.0. Apparently fans cost less than USB ports...
I don't even bother looking at this junk anymore. It's embarrassing when tech sites still aren't calling out the fact that back in 2012-2014, budget $40 cases often came with 4x front USB ports (2x USB 3.0 + 2x USB 2.0) example 1, example 2, etc, and the whole "modern budget case design = 1x USB 3.0 + 1x USB 2.0" thing is an entirely recent dumbed down "invention" for gamers with severely short memories. The crap airflow from having a sealed off front and no side air intakes is just a "bonus"... :kookoo:
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Searing
BSim500
I don't even bother looking at this junk anymore. It's embarrassing when tech sites still aren't calling out the fact that back in 2012-2014, budget $40 cases often came with 4x front USB ports (2x USB 3.0 + 2x USB 2.0) example 1, example 2, etc, and the whole "modern budget case design = 1x USB 3.0 + 1x USB 2.0" thing is an entirely recent dumbed down "invention" for gamers with severely short memories. The crap airflow from having a sealed off front and no side air intakes is just a "bonus"... :kookoo:
My first case was $30, Rosewill, came with 2 x usb 2 and 2 x usb 3. Sigh...
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#5
bonehead123
meh... anutha day, anutha boring-assed s.o.s.s. boxen.... and....yep, you guessed it, NO C - NO BUY - NO EXCUSE, hello...it's 2020 not 2012 :banghead:
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#6
FreedomEclipse
~Technological Technocrat~
With a case like this. Nobody's gonna need a massive oven taking up space in their kitchen to bake their cakes no more. This is smaller, more compact and fits nicely under the kitchen sink when finished with.
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