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Cougar CONQUER ATX Gaming Case Review Mini ITX / Micro ATX

Do you want to invest in a show-off ATX case but with security? Cougar can help you regarding this as they launched a semi-open ATX case with a high-performance water cooling setup. 

Cougar CONQUER ATX Gaming Case Review

Cougar has come a long way in recent years, offering quite an extensive product series for the gamer and enthusiast out there. This includes gaming peripherals, gaming chairs, power supplies, cooling, and cases. We had the liberty to review both their traditional enclosures, like the Panzer and the compact QBX in the past. Today, we take a look at their most elaborately designed case to date, the Cougar Conquer.

Design for Conquer’s unique aluminum framing design breaks away from traditional cases. It provides an easy way to build and modify the case. With its superior expandability, modders will have unprecedented levels of freedom to create a dream case beyond imagination.

The Cougar Conquer is a unique beast as it requires a lot of assembly, which is done as you fill the system with parts. 

The Conquer is based on Cougar’s outstanding and consistent design DNA with truss-aesthetics, aluminum framing and military style. Through the innovative aluminum alloy frame to forge an all new ultimate and stylish masterpiece.

The user can show off high-end and powerful gaming systems including full-size graphics cards with amazing vision beyond imagination. Cougar Conquer is an ultimate masterpiece of dreams, Conquer offers all they could ask for. 


Cougar designed all of the components constructed out of solid, anodized aluminum. Cougar has done a great job in terms of the design by choosing to go with an element in their signature orange color towards the front.

The feet are held in place by long rods and come with rubber lining, so you won’t have to worry about scratching either the surface or the chassis when moving it around on your desk. Once the feet are in place, you can actually stand the chassis up, that gives you a good first impression of what it will look like.  

The Conquer ATX is a mid tower and comes with the dimensions 10.03 x 22.83 x 26.96 inches. From the main side of the Conquer, you can clearly see the elaborate aluminum shapes that have gone into the design of the chassis. Due to the straight lines and fairly tight angles with two 5mm thick tempered glass side panels to be the most stylish design.


As an ATX case also plays a role in controlling the temperature of a computer. People should choose a case with more case fans and good airflow if they keep their PC at a hot place. Many cases have the feature of a built-in cooling system. 

The Cougar uses the air and water methods for cooling in Conquer. Conquer provides extremely cooling performance to the computer system. Cooling is a key factor for gamers, overclockers and PC enthusiasts in general, Conquer offers all they could ask for.

With support for 360mm water cooling radiator at the top and for 240mm water cooling radiator at front for superior air-flow and cooling performance. The user can install a liquid CPU cooler with a maximum height of 7.48 inches.

Cable Management

Messy wires don’t give a good appearance to a computer system if the cables are not well managed they will stick with each and not look good. Cougar designed the Conquer with cable management; there is ample space for the wires. 

Motherboard Compatibility 

The form factors for the Motherboard are the Size and Shape. Any motherboard can’t fit into any case. It depends upon the length and width dimensions.  To make sure your motherboard will be compatible, you will need to look at what socket and chipset is in your case.

The Conquer is compatible with mini ITX, Micro ATX and ATX. . Having an ATX or mini ITX form factor water cooling case means you will have more room. A better number of ports and space will offer you promising results and looks you always wanted.

GPU Orientation

The graphic card is the most important component of a gaming PC so Cougar designed a special space for GPU in Conquer. The user shows off the graphic card within a special barket. The user can install a graphic card with a maximum length of 13.77 inches. 

PSU Orientation

Power supply is the most important thing for a PC case as the power supply cables are connected properly then the entire computer system will run. In Conquer there is a special place for power supply cables, it has the support of vertical PSU layout and riser cable included. The wires are well managed, the whole system works properly and also will look presentable. The length for the power supply unit is maximum 8.66 inches. 

Expansion Slot

An expansion slot is a socket on the motherboard that is used to insert an expansion card or a circuit board, that  provides additional features to a computer such as video, sound, advanced graphics, Ethernet or memory. Cougar gives an incredible expansion that allows the buyer to install extra expansion cards. For the purpose of expansion cougar designed 7 expansion slots.

Storage Capacity

Another benefit of a computer case is the maximum storage capacity. You can manage to fit several HDDs and SSDs into your system easily. As much as the installation of the case is easy, the support for storage must also be incredible. This way, you can save as much data as you want on your system. The user can add a maximum 3 drive bay with the size of 3.5 inch and 4 drive bay with the 2.5 inches of size. For the maximum space for cables up to 45mm the user can remove drive bays.


Design for Modders

Modders love to make changes to computer or games software or hardware in order to create their own version. The gaming convention attracts a large population of modders, people who build or tweak hardware and software. Cougar designed Conquer for modders and provides an easy way to build and modify the case. With its superior expandability, modders will have unprecedented levels of freedom to create a dream case beyond imagination.

Connectivity Ports

A port generally refers to the part of a computing device available for connection to peripherals such as input and output devices. The I/O panel is one of the most important parts of an ATX case. There are 2x ports for USB 3.0 Type C, 1x for Mic and 1x for audio. This is convenient for the user to connect various components with their system without any obstruction.



  • Areesha

    Areesha is a tech enthusiast and a freelance writer who loves to share her insights on the latest gadgets and innovations. She has been reviewing tech products for over five years, covering everything from smartphones, laptops, cameras, smartwatches, headphones, and more. She enjoys testing out new features, comparing different models, and giving honest feedback to her readers. Areesha’s reviews are always informative, engaging, and easy to understand. Whether you are looking for a new device, a gift idea, or just curious about the tech world, Areesha’s reviews will help you make the best decision. You can find her work on various websites and blogs, such as [TechCrunch], [CNET], [The Verge], and [Gizmodo]. You can also follow her on [Twitter] and [Instagram] to get the latest updates on her reviews and projects. Areesha is always open to suggestions and feedback from her audience, so feel free to contact her anytime. She is looking forward to hearing from you!

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