|Item model number||PANZER EVO RGB|
|Item Weight||8.8 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||10.47 x 21.88 x 24.09 inches|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||10.47 x 21.88 x 24.09 inches|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||June 25, 2018|
Cougar Panzer EVO RGB Black ATX Full Tower RGB LED Gaming Case with Remote
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- PANZER EVO RGB is the perfect combination of four massive tempered glass covers
- Four powerful RGB fans in an exceptional case
- With the included fan controller, you will be able to control all the power of Each fan's 18 LEDs
- Enjoy more than 100 different dynamic RGB lighting effects in one of the most beautiful cases ever created
- The 4 included vortex RGB 120 fans can by themselves create a truly magical atmosphere
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PANZER EVO RGB
The RGB Crystalline Titan
PANZER EVO RGB is the perfect combination of four massive tempered glass covers and four powerful RGB fans in an exceptional case. With the included fan controller, you will be able to control all the power of each fan’s 18 LEDs and enjoy more than 100 different dynamic RGB lighting effects in one of the most beautiful cases ever created.
Four VORTEX RGB fans + COUGAR Core Box
The 4 included VORTEX RGB 120 fans can by themselves create a truly magical atmosphere, but some users want even more. Fear not!
The COUGAR Core Box supports up to 8 RGB fans, and 4 RGB LED strips, enough to make your PC overflow with light.
Support for five different motherboard form factors, up to four double slot 390mm graphics cards and loads of space for storage and media drives give you the freedom you want to design your build and to expand it. 4K, Virtual Reality, ridiculously high frame rates and more; everything is possible with PANZER EVO RGB.
Front Panel Control Center
To provide easy access and connectivity for all your devices, PANZER EVO RGB’s front panel sports a plethora of connectors. A 3.1 USB Type C connector for the newest devices, two USB 3.0 for high-speed connections and one USB 2.0 for compatibility other usage fulfill all your data transfer needs; the conveniently placed audio in/out allows you to make good use of your headsets, and the integrated fan controller gives you the ability to adjust on the fly the case fans’ behavior.
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I also really appreciated how the case has a fan speed switch right on the outside that I can choose to make use of or not. If I plug into the motherboard 3or4 wire fan headers I'm letting the motherboard decide fan speed. Or I can use the adapters and the case-switch to make my own choices of fan speed. There are definitely times I would rather make the decision myself based on what I know I'll be doing or where I am. So for instance I'm going to do a 1 min skype chat and I need to make my fans shut up for just a min... etc.
All the hard drives just snapped/clicked into place without having to do the line-up-screw-holes-while-balance-a-screw-on-the-tip-of-your-screwdriver balancing act. You've all been there, you know what I mean. Click.. done.
The power supply is tucked nicely into a little wind tunnel at the bottom and cables pop through nice little rubber gromits to the backside for neat cable management. This is a case to show off your leet style.
The only extra effort I needed was I had to extend the 2x4 pin 12v CPU power supply cable so it would reach all the way to the socket on my board. Being an Engineer I just cut the cable and soldered up an extra 6". But For most of you, I recommend either making sure your 2x4 CPU power cable is pretty long or consider buying an adapter to extend it 3-6 inches when you buy this case. At the end of that step I clearly consider it worth the effort because now the power supply and all it's generated heat it kept away from my precious CPU and Video card etc.
There is tons of room inside for lighting effects, huge video cards, cooling systems, and maybe a token to bring you back to the real world from 3 levels deep. The window just begs me to put SOMETHING cool looking in there. Blinky DRAM sticks for the win!
Final note, Whomever designed this case was obviously a gamer because the handles are well positioned and sturdy for carrying your beast to the LAN party for mad props. Additionally the headphone hanger is a nice touch and adds that touch of class during your LAN-fest. If you see a dude with this at the next PAX BYOC section, say Hi! It might be me.
Easy to build in
Cons(Keep in mind, these only pertain to my component choices, results might be different with other components)
SSD Cable Routing
This is the 3rd case that I've put most of the same components in. I would have to say that there were very few challenge's to building in this case. The main one was the mounting of the GPU(EVGA GTX1080Ti Black Edition). My motherboard(Gigabyte X470 Aorus Gaming 7 WiFi) has little to no room between the back of the case and where the GPU mounts. So it was a bit tough getting it in and out. I also have a pretty good sized PSU(EVGA Supernova G2 850w), and that made it a bit tough getting the front mounted SSD's cable routed.
This case has plenty of room to work in compared to some of the other cases I have owned(Still have them all actually)...lol
Now...on to the tempered glass panels.
PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE~~If you buy this case be SUPER careful removing and installing the glass panels. They do mount a bit differently than most cases. As you can see from one of the pics above....one of my panels shattered! I thought I had the panel firmly mounted in both the guides on the bottom of the case(you need to insert the panels at a 45° angle to mount them). I guess the back of the panel was not in the guide...and long story short...it shattered and my heart sunk. I had the case for a little over 24hrs.
A++ to support at Cougar. I emailed them explaining what had happened along with the pics. They replied fairly quickly and requested the normal info from me. Copy of Invoice and they sent me a RMA form(PDF) to fill out.
I responded with the info and a little time had passed...maybe a few working days. I called the number listed on the RMA form and spoke with a young lady who was super nice and helpful. She told me they were working on getting a replacement out to me. A few more business days passed and I was told they were shipping out a replacement. While I didn't get the shipping date and tracking right away, support did respond when I inquired and gave the shipping info.
The replacement got here today...and I'm super happy with everything...the case, support, and performance. This case is built for airflow.....which was my main reason for buying.
FYI, this is not the first time I've dealt with support at Cougar...it's been a few year's ago...but they still seem top-notch, and like to keep their customers happy.
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People keep asking and do not seem to understand its just the shell,
you need to buy your rgb cancer,mobo,graphics cards,ram,processor,hdd/ssd, power supply ect seperatly.
I dont know why people are expecting a full pc for $200 lmfao
love this case, easy to take apart everythings magnetic
So its getting 4/5 just because the exhaust fan was missing. Otherwise I have zero regrets with my purchase.