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COUGAR Panzer Max Full Tower Review

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   The how much popular games like Battlefield and Call of Duty are is very easy to see just by checking their online following or even their sales numbers so as expected from two so successful series of video games there are many people out there who'd really like to have peripherals and components in general that look the part. Now although in the past several manufacturers did their best to cater to the needs of that particular segment of the market lately things haven't been as good so we haven't really seen many gaming peripherals and components in general designed with the military in mind. Still thanks to manufacturers like COUGAR this may actually change sooner rather than later since they recently released a very promising full tower which they named Panzer Max.


   COUGAR products are designed by COUGAR GERMANY, a professional R&D engineering team and COUGAR is part of the “HEC/COMPUCASE” Group. The unique combination of the world-famous German skills of designing the best products worldwide and HEC/s power and long-time experience to produce the best high quality products created innovative masterpieces in PSU history. The PC upgrading and DIY market is changing rapidly and is growing more and more. Professional user are asking for more than only stable and silent PSU/s, they want efficient and energy saving products without compromises in quality. COUGAR GERMANY created such products! COUGAR GERMANY combines the features of innovation and evolution to create efficient, powerful and unique products like “COUGAR POWER”. The purpose of COUGAR GERMANY is the satisfaction of the customer, reaching it by creating most valuable, advanced products. COUGAR – YOUR POWER!


   The Panzer Max obviously took its name from the German word Panzer which means armor but in all likelihood most of you will know it from the Panzer tanks Germany rolled out during World War II. Because of that and its very high build quality the case looks and feels a lot like an armored vehicle although the curved corners dressed with carbon fiber seem a bit off (still it's a nice touch). The Panzer Max has enough room inside for E-ATX/L-ATX/CEB/ATX/Micro-ATX/Mini-ITX sized motherboards, up to four 390mm long graphics cards, 170mm tall CPU Coolers, 8 fans and/or 4 radiators and a total of six 2.5" inch drives (or four 2.5" and two 3.5" ones). Other features include a 3-speed fan controller, headphone hook/holder (you need to mount this) and a top area designed in such a way that you can mount your keyboard inside when not in use (of course not all keyboards can fit there). So the time has come for us to check and see whether or not the latest Panzer Max full tower is "the ultimate computer case" like COUGAR markets it.