Posts Tagged ‘azza’
Azza offers a lot of case for a great price. The Storm 6000W has a good number of fans, a spacey interior, and some fun RGB lighting effects to boot. If you don't mind overlooking some minor details that can make the build experience a little harder, this chassis is a great option to consider.
The introduction of Tempered Glass has brought some new price premiums to cases. The Azza Titan 240 chassis tries to combat that with a very budget friendly case. Overall, the case is easy to build in and it looks really good in comparison to similar ones. The top radiator bracket could use a bit more space.
Introduction ITX style cases never cease to amaze me. Just when you think there can’t possibly be a better/different way to house and organize your hardware, along comes another case to once again challenge your thinking on how these form factors can be laid out. This is especially important for those of you who, like myself, enjoy a bit of tasteful case modding from time to time to really make the rig stand out as being uniquely your own. It can also be just as important to those who simply require a specific shape/size to accommodate their usage scenario. Azza, always one to bring us somewhat “outlandishly” designed cases, is now offering up their first mITX case: the Z. Somewhat conservatively designed in comparison to their other offerings and providing a unique layout that accommodates both water cooling radiators and a slim profile, can this case really offer an enthusiast what they need out of their next small form factor (SFF) build? I was bound and determined to find out, so I tried to cover pretty much all of the bases here. Now, let’s dig in! www.azzatek.com AZZA’s Mission is simple: You satisfaction is our success! Jumpstarted with the Vision to build a premier corporate company that consistently exceeds the managed expectations of our customers, team members and partners, AZZA is driven by the Mission to provide the highest quality products of unmatched value, along with exemplary customer support. We do this via t...