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AZZA Hurrican 2000

Posted November 3, 2010 by Jake in Cases & PSU







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by Jake
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The most obvious distinguishing trait of the AZZA Hurrican 2000 is the airflow available here. We’ve never seen so many large-sized fans in a case before. The sheer size and versatility is very impressive, and will do well to keep some hotrod components cool inside during long gaming sessions.

The black interior is also very sleek, and the exterior styling is just aggressive enough without being garish. Beauty is only skin deep though, and when you delve a bit deeper into the Hurrican 2000, it is the features that really stand out. The fans, ability to house a 360mm radiator, the multiple hot swap drive bays, USB 3.0 connection at the front panel, 2.5" drive sleds, and excellent cable management opportunities all add up to some outstanding offerings for demanding users.

Priced around $130 USD, this puts the Hurrican 2000 in direct competition with a couple other high airflow cases such as Cooler Master HAF-X and Antec DF-85. And from what we’ve seen, we prefer the AZZA. It really is an excellent high airflow case with great features and a reasonable price tag.

The AZZA Hurrican 2000 really hits the bullseye here. With an excellent combination of styling, features, and price, this case hits the golden trifecta that we don’t often see. It gets our big recommendation as a winner.

AZZA Hurrican 2000



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