Deepcool Pangu Mid-Tower PC Casing Review

The Pangu marks Deepcool’s first step into the PC Casing industry, and so how do they fare with their first casing?

Deepcool Pangu Mid-Tower PC Casing Review

The casing has a curved “forehead”, with I/O ports right at the top. This makes the ports easily accessible yet making also a hotbed for dust collection.

Deepcool Pangu Mid-Tower PC Casing Review

It comes with just 2 openings for the 5.25″ bay, so a fan controller and optical drive would fit. In other words, you can say that it’s sufficient but limited.

As if the limitation wasn’t enough, the front bay covers are probably the most flimsy I’ve ever come across.

Deepcool Pangu Mid-Tower PC Casing Review

The front comes with 2x 120mm LED fan for intake, and what I like is that the fan filter is easily detached as all you need to do is press to unlock.

On the down side, this also means it’s unlocked MANY TIMES as you handle the casing. On the plus side, you don’t move casing that often BUT you do need to clean the filters from time to time. I think this is good overall.

Deepcool Pangu Mid-Tower PC Casing Review

The top is also of the same mesh type cover that’s easily detached, the space within allows mounting of 2x 120mm fans too for maximized cooling.

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