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Azza Genesis 9000W Full Tower Case, White (CSAZ-9000W)
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- R-ATX Design: Reversible motherboard tray can be rotated 180 degree to orient graphics cards at the top, next to the top fan to enhance the efficiency of heat dissipation.
- Idea Aerodynamic Airflow: An idea vertical airflow is generated to offer Exceptional system cooling.
- Maximum Compatibility: Accommodates XL-ATX , E-ATX , Full ATX , Micro ATX and all NVidia and ATI graphics cards up to 400mm in length.
- Maximum Capacity Water Cooling: Top Mount Radiator: supports up to 480mm radiator, Bottom Mount Radiator: supports up to 240mm radiator.
- Supports Dual-Power Supply: Power supply can be located at either front or rear bottom, also supports dual-power supply.
- Exceptional Cooling System: Total 7 fans, 2 x 230mm fans on top, 2 x 140mm fan on bottom, 2 x 120mm fan on side panel, 1 x 120mm fan in rear.
- Dimensions(H x W x D): 25.1-Inch x 9.8-Inch x 23.2-Inch, Weight: 36 lbs.
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1. Cable management is superb. You can build the entire system and conceal 95% of the cables behind the motherboard tray. There is an amazing amount of space behind the motherboard tray.
2. Plenty of fans. There is more than adequate cooling with this case. The fans, although not as loud as some, are still fairly loud even on low setting (and I am only running one of the bottom 140mm and the two top 230mm). The border LED lighting only lights up on the HIGH fan setting.
3. Plenty of room in the case for large motherboards.
Cons: I HIGHLY RECOMMEND that you leave the "removable" motherboard tray INSTALLED and do not attempt to build the system on the tray outside of the case. Upon removing the tray I found it to be quite warped and am in the process of obtaining an RMA for another tray. There is a handle on the back of the case that APPEARS to be for the motherboard tray but it most be removed to extract the tray. The unique "reversable" design of the motherboard tray allows for additional options for cable management to be available.
The "tool-less" drive bay latches are poorly designed and will simply pop off when you insert a 5.25" drive into the bay. The drive is relatively secure due to the tight clearances and guide rails but the latches popping off is definitely annoying.
Bottom-line: Although it is obvious that several corners were cut to keep the price low, I would still have to recommend this case. The storage space behind the motherboard tray is truly amazing and that alone would be enough reason to recommend the case in my opinion. The design flaws, though frustrating, are forgiveable and the unique options provided by this case make it well worth the price.
There are quite a few things I liked about this case; a few things I disliked, but the overall experience was very good. I've listed a breakdown of these things I discovered during my build (system transfer from an Antec PC183 v3) below:
+Plenty of included fans
+Astounding amount of interior volume; the specs do not do it justice, this case is absolutely massive and positively dwarfs my old Antec (which was itself a large-mid to small full-size tower)
+The entirety of the metal is painted, and thoroughly. This includes the "Oh, nobody but the builder will see this" sections - this shows a level of thought and care I really appreciate in a case design.
+Reversible ATX design
+Removable motherboard tray
+Cable routing behind the tray is deep and usable
-Case arrived with a couple minor cosmetic flaws (nick in plastic, small; slightly rubbed-off feet on bottom of case)
-One of the 120mm fans on the side-panel had a broken blade (not an issue for me, was replacing them anyway)
-230mm fans are clearly audible when on. I don't expect a lot from included fans and intend to replace them, so this is a minor annoyance at worst.
-Blue LED strips on sides and top bleed light into surrounding panel.Read more ›
I like that the MB tray is reversible. It was also nice to remove it, put the MB on it, and slide it back in.
The marketing and documentation touts this case supporting two PSU's, but they push hard saying to install the one you have in the front. Well, my PSU is from EVGA and with the huge handle on it, it would not fit in the front position. Placing it in the rear of the case is easy enough, but you then need to remove a fan on the bottom and shift the second one forward. I place a 120mm fan on the bottom as well so i still have two fans pulling in air from underneath.
Overall the construction of the case is solid. Many of the thumb screws could not be turned with my thumbs. Some still cannot. The video card support bracket is a nice concept, but since I had to re-position it to fit by MB, it is slightly loose. Still very helpful supporting by two GTX 690 GPUs.
All in all a nice case and I am happy I chose it for my first build. A little more room to work with for my first build was a wise choice for me.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Love this case, alot of space and room, only issue is that over time the metal near the fan ports starts to rust. but still great casePublished 3 months ago by Levi Hinds
This is a really good Tower but I think along with this being a full tower they should call this one extra large because I have seen many towers before and this one is bigger than... Read morePublished 11 months ago by SonGokuTheWarrior
I've owned this case for over a year now and I have to say that I love it. For the price you can't beat it, and in the event of armed conflict in your area it makes for excellent... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Sheldon
After finally getting my 2nd GPU to run in SLI, I decided it was time to upgrade from the mid-range tower I had been using for a few years. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Jeff
I bought the black with red led trim and installed all red led fans in the case plenty of room for what you want, but can be bought a lot cheaper else where.Published 24 months ago by kevin cox
This thing is huge... but wonderful!
*Looks wicked cool
*has all the space I need, and more
*love the cooling system
*some of... Read more
I love the Azza case it's gimmick lights are gone as soon as you need to do extensive work on the box. Read morePublished on March 29, 2014 by Rdubbu