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AZZA Titan 240 Case Review

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Posted January 16, 2017 by Josh Jackson in Cases & PSU

Overview

Hardware:
 
Manufacturer:
 
Price at time of Review: $59.99 on Newegg
 

WHAT WE LIKED:

Spacious interior, Excellent looking design, Low fan noise, Sturdy contruction
 

WHAT WE DISLIKED:

240mm rad keeps top panel from snapping on, Molex connectors used for the fans
 
BOTTOM LINE:
Considering the price, this is a surprisingly good case in this budget segment. While the 240mm radiator problem is a pretty large issue, if you don't plan on using that size unit then you don't have anything to worry about.
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by Josh Jackson
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Setup, Closer Look and Installation: Titan 240

For starters, here’s a list of all the hardware used in the build of the Titan 240

CPU: AMD FX-6350 @ 4.5 GHz

Motherboard: ASUS 970 Pro Gaming/Aura

RAM: CORSAIR Vengeance 4×4 GB @ 1600 MHz

SSD: CRUCIAL MX300 750 GB

PSU: Seasonic Gold Series 750W

Video Card: SAPPHIRE Nitro R7 370

I’m staying with the video approach on this. Not only does it speed things up a bit, but it makes it much easier to show a step-by-step install process as well. This guide will help show not only how easily certain components go in, but also help answer questions like how easily panels come off. Let us know in the forums what you like or what you think can be improved, since much of this is still a bit experimental for our site.

Closer Look

Installation

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4 Comments


  1.  

    I love the review, the honesty by Josh was incredible, personally the case is alright if you only have 59.00 to spend but I think the case is just as important as the parts you put in it. Thanks for review Josh




  2.  
    Neil Mathieson

    Good review Josh. One question, though….why is it still June at your house?




    •  
      Josh Jackson

      Well, I don’t have a new calendar, Kylo Ren is really cool, and that’s my favorite still of him. Sigh* probably should get a new calendar though. =(




  3.  
    Phill

    Hi, I have an optical drive which is 18cm long. I guess it will interfere with my ATX Mainboard? Could anyone check this for me please?
    THANKS





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