Sunday, June 20th 2021

Cougar Rolls Out MG140 Air RGB Mini-tower Case

Cougar today rolled out the MG140 Air RGB, an eye-catching mini-tower case characterized by its horizontally partitioned outer design scheme that blends with its inner partitioning. The upper part is darker, with a tinted tempered-glass side panel, and a perforated black front panel, while the bottom half is matte silver/gray. The upper compartment offers room for graphics cards up to 35 cm in length, and CPU coolers up to 16 cm in height. The case supports Micro-ATX and Mini-ITX motherboards.

The bottom half of the Cougar MG140 Air RGB has the drive- and PSU bays, with room for two 3.5-inch/2.5-inch drive trays. Ventilation options include two 140 mm or 120 mm front intakes, two 140 mm or 120 mm top exhausts, and a rear 120 mm exhaust. 280 mm x 140 mm radiators can be mounted along the front panel. Three ARGB-illuminated fans come included with the case, which include the 120 mm exhaust, and two 140 mm intakes. Also included, is a 6-channel ARGB controller. The case measures 205 mm x 410 mm x 420 mm (WxHxD), dry weighing 5.45 kg. The company didn't reveal pricing.
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7 Comments on Cougar Rolls Out MG140 Air RGB Mini-tower Case

#2
claes
TimelessestGigantic itx 35 liters lol.
Not really fair for a case that supports mATX but still true
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Timelessest
claesNot really fair for a case that supports mATX but still true
Well yeah, I think mid tower should be more appropriate.
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#5
bonehead123
NO C..
No buy...
NO excuse......

y/A/w/N.....nuthin new here kiddies, back to nappy time now :D
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#6
Chrispy_
If it's for air cooling it could 100mm shorter front to back as that's wasted space normally reserved for radiators and reservoirs.

It perpetually annoys me that mITX and uATX cases completely miss the point of the smaller form factor, ie the "smaller" aspect being the primary reason someone would choose that form factor compromise over an ATX board in the first place.
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#7
Sodahorse93
bonehead123NO C..
No buy...
NO excuse......

y/A/w/N.....nuthin new here kiddies, back to nappy time now :D
what do you need a type c port for? what can you do with a type c port you can't with a type a? I don't have a single ssd, flash drive, or peripheral with type c nor can I think of anyway I can benefit from a type c port.
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