New Panzer Evo RGB, Turret midi tower and Vortex LED fans from Cougar

Cougar has updated its range of PC products with a new flagship full-tower, a midi case and Vortex RGB fans.

The Panzer Evo RGB full sized tower case supports up to E-ATX form factor, comes pre-stalled with four of the new Vortex RGB fans and has room for four GPUs.

The Cougar Panzer EVO RGB is a full tower gaming case that’s built to accommodate even the most extreme builds. It can support Mini ITX through to full size E-ATX motherboards and has four double length graphic card slots (390mm max length).

It comes pre-installed with four Vortex RGB fans as well as the new Cougar Core Box, an advanced controller for RGB components. The fans are fully addressable, with support from the Core box for up to eight RGB fans and four LED strips. There’s even a remote control included to cycle through the 100 lighting effects.

When it comes to water-cooling the Panzer EVO RGB has capacity for up to four radiators with two 360mm radiators in the top/front of the case, a 140mm in the lower compartment and finally an additional 120mm in the back.

You’ll also find a USB 3.1 Gen 2 Type-C port on the front of the case, next to two USB 3.0 ports, one USB 2.0 port, a microphone and audio output and a fan controller button.

Also launched by Cougar is the Turret midi-tower case, a great value tempered glass case with a compact design and two pre-installed Vortez LED fans.

The Cougar Turret is a compact Mid-Tower with two tempered glass panels. The first is a side panel, which lets you show off your computer’s hardware. While the second on the front of the case creates an eye-catching glowing lighting effect when the two pre-installed Vortex LED fans are illuminated.

Along with these releases, Courgar has launched Vortex HPB PWM and FCB addressable RGB fans.

Cougar’s latest gear is available from Overclockers UK.

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