Cougar Blazer review

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Product showcase – The Build

Product showcase – The Build

The front provides space for radiators up to 360 mm, but we still installed the NZXT Kraken X62 on the side for the purpose of measurements.



It’s quite easy to route cables at the back of the motherboard tray, as there is a lot of space there (30 mm). The cable ties and adhesive clips really make life easier. You need to remember that you can’t install drives on the backside of the motherboard (under the backplate cut-out) after the MoBo is installed. Speaking of which, it’s better to use one with an integrated I/O shield, to avoid any damage. The PSU bracket is very tight, so it does pose some challenges as well. There’s a bit too much branding here, and the names on the tempered glass panels might conceal the name of your PSU.



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