Cougar MX660 Mesh RGB E-ATX Case Review
Peter Donnell / 5 months ago
The first thing I noticed about this case is the weight, as it’s pretty heavy. It’s not much bigger than most mid-towers, but scaling up to hold an E-ATX motherboard does mean it has a good bit more steel and tempered glass, both adding to the weight. The window is stunning too; it’s edge to edge on the left side, with all the fittings hidden at the back.
The right side panel is just a solid black panel, neat and tidy but nothing fancy.
The front panel has a lot going on, with that huge mesh section allowing for unrestricted airflow to the front fans.
There’s a nice funky angle to it, which looks awesome, albeit subjective. There are three of their own fans behind this too, but we’ll see those better when the RGB is powered up.
The top of the case offers up a lot more airflow, too, with a full-length magnetic dust filter running from front to back.
It’s easily removed for cleaning.
Below it, you’ll find a plethora of 120/140mm fans/radiator mounts, so you can easily expand your cooling setup. Or benefit from the passive heat exhaust this area offers.
The front I/O is well equipped. Starting from left to right, you’ll find an RGB control button, audio jacks, USB 3.1 Gen-2 Type-C, USB 3.0 x 2, and the power controls.