The drive holders for the bay are adjustable in size.
I think one of the highlights of the Pangu is the fan holder, of which you can flip it upwards or downwards, depending on what fan position you want.
Of course that’s also to say you have to plan your setup ahead because once the motherboard (ATX) is placed, you can’t move the holder anymore.
In the photo above, the drive bays in the middle were removed and I placed a 140mm fan from Deepcool, pushing the air from intake fans to the GPU. It doesn’t make sense to blow towards the intake fan though.
It is possible to set them all as exhaust as well but the air pressure would result in dust accumulation on openings.
I think the most ridiculous part would be the motherboard tray opening at the back, it’s a Mid-tower casing and such cases often house ATX and M-ATX motherboards but the location of the opening doesn’t work well with back plate.
In the photo above, the back panel is from Deepcool’s own Lucifer heatsink. Ironic, eh?
More details at the official product page.
The casing is affordably priced, coming in at approximately 85 USD (~RM 260) and despite its mediocre build quality, it has merits that make it a pretty good casing.
I think the fan holder within the casing is innovative, and the easily removable filters are great for cleaning dust accumulation.