A Case Of Being Too Open?
There is no arguing it, the Cougar Blazer is definitely an open design case with a very unique look. You will need to look through the entire set of pictures in the Modders-Inc review to truly grasp the full aesthetic, one picture just doesn’t do it justice. Functionally the case will hold anything short of an E-ATX motherboard, the top panel offers two USB 3.0 ports, separate mic and headphone ports, as well as power and reset switches. You can install up to zero 5.25″ drives, five 2.5″ drives or up to three 3.5″ drives, with the choice of three of the 2.5″ hidden at the back or one of them and two of your 3.5″.
Perhaps if you are a big fan of orange?
Open frame cases have become quite popular in recent years. Cougar established themselves as a leader in the space with their Conquer mid-tower case, then followed it up by adding the Blazer mid-tower to their lineup. The Blazer shares the Conquer's plate-and-standoff open frame construction and orange accents but has a slightly more traditional profile.