Cougar MX660 Mesh RGB E-ATX Case Review




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Interior

With the side panel removed, you’ll find a clear and open interior on the MX660. There are no weird panels or lumps and bumps sticking out here, and that should make for a really smooth installation process. Of course, all the bulky stuff is hidden either behind the motherboard or under the PSU shroud.

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At the back, you’ll find a 120mm mount, which uses elongated screw holes, allowing you to adjust the height of the fan/radiator to improve compatibility. Below that, you’ll find all of the expansion slots come with reusable and ventilated metal covers. Plus, there are two vertical slots, allowing you to mount a graphics card vertically.

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There’s a full-length PSU shroud, allowing you to hide all the boring stuff. However, it also comes with a large cut-out at the front, allowing for more front panel cooling. There’s a 120mm mount on the top of the shroud, too, should you need it.

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Plus, some additional SSD mounts here. However, if you choose to use the vertical GPU mount, you’ll have to sacrifice the option for SSDs here.

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There are loads of cable routing holes available, with two directly above the motherboard.

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A huge one here.

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Seven more here.

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And a final two here.

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In the front, you can see those gorgeous Cougar fans, and there’s plenty of room should you wish to stick a radiator in here too. The front will support 3 x 120mm or 2 x 140mm mountings of fans and radiator configurations of up to 360mm or 280mm.

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Not forgetting the additional cooling mounts in the top or rear.

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Behind the motherboard, you’ll find a lot of room for cable management. Plus, any pre-installed cables are all-black, so they’ll blend into the build easily enough.

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The addition of grommets on the cable routing was a nice surprise, too, given they’re missing from the stock photos on the Cougar website.

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Oooh, a green PCB, how retro. That being said, it’s a 6 port RGB hub, and that’s always a welcome addition! It’s not a fan PWM hub though; they still need to connect to the motherboard.

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Below the shroud, two tool-free trays for your HDD/SSDs. However, it can be moved forwards/back to make more room or removed entirely to suit your needs.

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Either way, you shouldn’t have any trouble fitting a large ATX PSU here.

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