Cougar MX410-G RGB Mid-Tower Case Review




/ 7 months ago

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Exterior

The Cougar MX410-G RGB may be a more affordable model, but on first impressions, it certainly doesn’t look it. The case is reasonably lightweight, but then again it’s pretty compact for a mid-tower too. There’s a tempered glass windows on the left side, which is going to be perfect for showing off the hardware of your new build. I like that the thumbscrews are at the back too, as it leaves this side looking very clean.

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The front panel may not have glass, but it does have this angled piece of Perspex for the window. Curved glass would cost a fortune! It looks really cool though and where it folds in at the sides, it allows for airflow to the trilogy of RGB fans in the front of the case.

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Branding is kept pretty minimal here, with just a grey Cougar logo on the top of the panel.

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Overall, the front really does look fantastic, and I love that lightly textured finish to the plastics, as it gives them a more premium look and feel.

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The top panel has a huge magnetic dust filter, keeping all the dirt out of your case, but also offering up a lot of extra airflow.

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Remove the filter, and you’ll find a range of 120/140mm fan mounts and spacings, ensuring you can add some more fans or even a radiator in the top of the case.

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The front I/O panel is very well equipped, with a power button on the left, two USB 2.0 ports, HD audio jacks, two USB 3.0 ports, and a built-in RGB control button. The RGB button is paired up to the built-in hub.

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The right side panel is just a blank metal panel, nothing fancy, but it gets the job done.

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Around the back, the case features a top mounted 120mm fan, which comes with height adjustable screw slots, so you can improve compatibility with AIO coolers or even custom loop radiators.

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There are seven expansion slots, and there’s a screw on plastic screw guard keeping everything in place and tidy.

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The case supports an ATX PSU and it can be mounted inverted or standard.

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Of course, inverted would make sense, as you can take advantage of that bottom dust filter/air intake. There’s good ground clearance on the case too, with your large rubber coated feet.

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