Cougar just started conquering Chassis 2 and it's the next level of the beast

If you think chassis design has reached its peak a long time ago, think again. Puma returned from the chassis line to conquer.

TechPowerUp reported on Friday that the company is generally known for creating attractive, but rather low-priced peripherals have just begun to conquer 2. And, this time, it's already a robotic head has turned into a computer conquer casing to look at a completely different level of cool and weird.

First unveiled back at Computex 2019, Conquer 2 seems to have taken notes from Cougar gaming mice, recreating their angular transformer-style look in a computer chassis that's somewhat modular and designed to show off the theoretically badass innards inside. And, if you love being a gamer and are currently building your own gaming PC, then you might just be prepared to shell out a tidy sum for it.

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More than just looking good

A lot of thought and attention to detail went into designing the Conquer 2. This case has a metal bezel that can be dismantled, modified and customized so you can create your own look and feel. It also features four tempered glass panels, so you can showcase those powerful fillings you've painstakingly selected and their RGB lighting.

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Conquest 2 has a metal frame that can be taken apart, modified and customized.

Of course, to keep up with what's inside, conquer 2 has its own powerful lighting system as well. The Trelux dynamic RGB sports lighting illuminates its façade, and it can be “connected to the main puma box or to a compatible 5V motherboard” for an even more immersive and synchronized lighting experience.

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It has a detachable sub-chassis to build your dream PC gaming with ease.

Inside is a detachable sub-chassis that slides back easily and has a more traditional shape so you can build your PC with ease. This sub-chassis has a motherboard tray that can fit a DAC, ATX or smaller motherboard and expansion slots in the top bay. Its bottom bay, on the other hand, houses a Bay C PSU up to 22cm and two 3,5-inch drives.

Of course, to help cool all those powerful components inside, Conquer 2 touts an open frame design. But it's also Liquid Cooled Champions with room for a 240mm radiator up front and a 360mm radiator at the top. So, if you haven't considered liquid cooling, you now if you want to take this chassis home.

Puma has yet to reveal pricing - or when Conquest 2 becomes available - but considering its predecessor currently costs $279 (£278, about $408), this one certainly isn't cheap.

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