Cougar Dark Blader G Review

The Build

Cougar Dark Blader G Review 

The Build

The Blader G comes with a rather perfunctory set of instructions, which sadly, aren't wonderfully clear.  Fortunately, the case itself is simple enough to work out.

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You aren't exactly bombarded with accessories either, but rest assured there's everything you need here to assemble your PC.

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What we haven't yet mentioned is that the front of the case can be removed to enable the installation of cooling.  If you're feeling brave you can feed through all the front I/O cables and set the front panel to one side.  For this example, we've just eased a bit of slack into them.

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With all the major wires installed things do look a bit of a mess.

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A bit of a mess that is until you gather them all together and arrange them behind the management cover.  How neat does this look? 

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