Cougar unveils SPIKE gaming mini PC case

The German PC case maker Cougar, known for some original case solutions, has introduced the SPIKE – a new gaming mini PC case that can still accept long graphics cards (up to 330 mm).

The SPIKE responds to the new trend of having more and more micro ATX boards on the market and Cougar has designed the new case with this idea in mind. Painted in black, the SPIKE features screw-less technology and offers a number of bays for 5.25-inch, 3.5-inch and 2.5-inch devices including SSDs. Cougar has thought of cooling too – the SPIKE comes with a pre-installed rear 120 mm fan and support for three more fans – one 80/90/120 mm front and two 120 mm side fans. There’s support for USB 3.0 too.

The Cougar SPIKE is available now for a price of just USD 39.99.


Source: Cougar

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