Cougar Announces Conquer Tempered Glass Chassis
Ron Perillo / 1 year ago
Cougar showcased their new Conquer concept chassis at Computex recently but it is finally official. The Conquer case sports the usual Cougar orange and grey, although the shape is very unique. It does not have the usual rectangular box layout, but takes a semi-open approach. Both left and right side panels use 5mm-thick tempered glass and the internals are clearly visible.
The top area shows three 120mm fans so 360mm radiator support is available. The bottom area is also semi open so the power supply most likely mounts here. There is also extra room behind the orange part of the front assembly which could be for liquid reservoirs
The entire frame itself is from an aluminum alloy, producing a sturdy and lightweight foundation. Cougar calls the Conquer design as having “truss aesthetics” with “military inspired” looks. In terms of functionality it also has plenty of cable management room and has seven expansion slots.
The power supply is at the bottom of the case, while the motherboard sits at a 30-degree tilt. The storage drives go behind the motherboard tray. This makes it so the main chamber is free of clutter and easier to organize.