Cougar Challenger Pro Reviews
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Cougar Challenger Reviews6
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"The Challenger earns itself our Editors Choice Award this week for being a solid all rounder, but if I were to purchase one today, I would likely go for the other colour choices such as the all black or the black/silver finish."
"All in all, the Cougar Challenger is a well-priced mid-ATX enclosure that gives you everything you need to set up a sufficiently cooled gaming rig, without too many bells and whistles. It has a unique design that you will either love or hate, all the way down to a flip-lid covered power button and red LEDs everywhere."
"If you are looking for a gamer-styled case that offers good expansion options, the Cougar Challenger is worthy of consideration."
"In the end each person gets what they like the most based on their needs and taste but at least we are certain that the Challenger will obviously appeal to flight simulator fans such us ourselves (especially if Cougar lowers the price just a bit). Design, build quality, features, available colors and a relatively good price tag are the reasons as to why the Challenger gets our Golden Award."
"Overall there's nothing really to dislike about this case in terms of function aside from the massive cable management holes in the motherboard tray. Without grommets or any way of hiding cabling it is a bit difficult to arrange wiring in such a way that keeps it entirely out of sight. This isn't a terrible concession on a somewhat less-expensive case but it does make a build take a bit longer since the side panel does include a large window to show off your wiring prowess (or lack thereof)."