Cougar launches semi open Cratus case with unusual Forward Dynamic design
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Cougar launches semi-open Cratus case with unusual Forward Dynamic design

Cougar introduced the Cratus chassis for creating gaming desktops with unique looks. The novelty allows using Mini-ITX, Micro-ATX, ATX, CEB and E-ATX motherboards.

    Image source: Puma

Image source: Puma

The unusual design of the device was called Forward-Dynamic. It’s designed to create a dynamic, aggressive look without sacrificing functionality. Four panels of tempered glass are used, including a curved front. In the front part there is an original multicolored lighting strip. Internal components are mounted at an angle.

The dimensions are 283 × 636 × 635 mm. Expansion slots are made according to the “7 + 2″ scheme, which allows the graphics accelerator to be mounted vertically. The length of the latter can reach 460 mm. There is room for two 3.5″ drives and three 2.5” devices.

Cratus offers the flexibility to use air or liquid cooling. In particular, up to nine fans with a diameter of 120 mm or up to three radiators, two of which are 360 ​​mm, can be installed. The height of the CPU cooler must not exceed 190 mm. The interface box includes one USB Type-C 3.1 port, four USB 3.0 ports, and one 3.5mm audio jack.

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