I would like to thank Cougar for supplying the review sample.
The Cougar Panzer Max is a full-tower representation of the Panzer chassis. It is larger, bulkier, has more space, and looks a lot more menacing to boot. It really does look like a tank, which is what "Panzer" means in German. So, in this review, we take the Panzer Max for a joy ride, fill it with some ammunition, and see if it is a straight shooter.
|Cougar Panzer Max|
|Material:||steel, plastic & metal mesh|
|Drive Bays:||2x External 5.25"|
2x Internal 2.5/3.5"
4x Internal 2.5/3.5"
|Mini ITX / Micro ATX / ATX / CEB / L-ATX / E-ATX ( E-ATX upto 12"x11" )|
|Dimensions:||266 mm x 612 mm x 556 mm|
|Front Fans:||120 mm x 3 / 140 mm x 3 (120 mm x 2 non-LED fan pre-installed)|
|Rear Fand:||120 mm x 1 (pre-installed)|
|Top Fans:||120 mm x 3 / 140 mm x 2|
|Bottom Fans:||120 mm x 1 / 140 mm Fan x 1|
|I/O:||2x USB 3.0|
2x USB 2.0
|Fan/LED Controller:||3-speed switch|
|Compatibility:||CPU cooler: 170 mm|
GPU: 390 mm
The Cougar Panzer Max ships in a brown cardboard box with an image of the chassis, while the rear goes into further detail about the interior design and the case's features. Both sides of the box do not hold any more valuable information, but, rather, additional images and carrying holes.
The chassis comes sandwiched inside two thick Styrofoam spacers, and a sturdy, black cloth bag keeps fingerprints and scratches away.
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