The large, open housing lets you expect very good cooling and that’s exactly how it is. All components are cooled very well and above all evenly. The “Air Guide” also ensures that the data carriers or the power supply are not neglected, the air can circulate perfectly in the housing.
With so much glass, the insulation is of course more difficult, but the fans are only minimally audible at high speeds. The loudest in the case was the HDD, which is audible during a lot of work. Completely silent system in a housing with so much glass are difficult to achieve. However, Cougar was able to meet these expectations with the Panzer EVO RGB.
Conclusion on the Cougar Panzer EVO RGB Review
Unlike in the last test of a Cougar case the Cougar Panzer EVO RGB convinces us completely except for a small point of criticism. The material quality is very good and the housing has no workmanship defects.
The many possibilities offered also ensure a good evaluation. Up to eight 120 mm fans can be installed, and four radiators up to 360 mm in size are also possible. Due to the large proportions of the housing, there is no limit to the hardware configuration.
The only point of criticism with the 200 Euro case are two of the three magnetic dust filters. These can only be removed if the glass pane in front of it is removed. Otherwise the case is suitable for all lovers of large cases.