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AZZA Tech Hurrican 2000 Full tower Enthusiast Gaming Chassis Review
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Written by Munk   
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http://t3.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcSVcpwQpBuF_avDtbUOgG6fz9xxneTslr2e_PjIdyOSrKObxiY&t=1&usg=__umT9hOS3oiT_9UhBwlgKrayN0hs=Azza had some big shoes to fill when it stepped into the gaming world. Even though they have been in the industry for many years, taking a step into the PSU and Gaming Chassis market in this day and age can be pretty stressful. You are instantly in direct competition with some very well established companies like Antec, Thermaltake, and Cooler Master. Well they threw their hat in the ring close to 2 years ago now and to be honest every one of their cases that they released have been very impressive. Whoever the OEM Company is that they went with, they made a great choice. Some of you may be Familiar with the Chassis Manufacturer NOX they also used the same OEM manufacturer for some of their chassis as well which went well for them as well. Today we will be looking at the Hurrican 2000 from Azza. The specs seem to live up to the name; the Hurrican totes 4 fans over the 200mm zone and uses some unique venting styles. Let’s get a better look and see if it is the right Chassis for you:

 

Provided by: Azza Tek

Price: TBA

Closer Look:

 

 

Specifications and Features:

Specifications:
Model Name: Hurrican 2000
Model Number: CSAZ-2000/2000R
Type: ATX Full Tower
Color: Black (exterior)/Black (interior)/RED(interior)
Material: SECC Japanese Steel
With Side Panel Window: Yes
With Power Supply: No
Motherboard Compatibility: E-ATX, Full ATX, ATX, Micro ATX
Expansion
External 5.25" Drive Bay: 4
External 3.5" Drive Bay: 1
Internal 2.5" Drive Bay: 2x 2.5"SSD, HDD Drive Bays
Internal 3.5" Drive Bay: 6 (4x Easy Swap 3.5" Drive Bays)
Expansion: 7
Front Ports
Front Ports 1x USB 3.0, 2xUSB 2.0, e-SATA, Audio, Mic
Cooling System
230mm Fan: Top: 2x 230mm Silent Fans (24dBA)
Left Side: 2x 230mm Blue/Red LED Silent Fans (24dBA)

120mm Fan: Front: 2x120mm Blue/Red LED Silent Fans (19dBA)
Rear: 1x120mm Fan in Rear
Right Side: 1x120mm super slim fan for CPU
Physical Spec
Dimensions (H x W x D): 21.6" x 10" x 23.2" (549mm x 254mm x 590mm)
Weight 28.6 lbs/13 kg
 
Feature:
Ultimate Cooling System: 2x 230mm fans located on top, to exhaust the hot air
Total 8 Fans 2x 230mm fans located on the side, to intake the cool air
2x 120mm fans in the front , to cool the HDD
1x 120mm super slim fan next to the motherboard
1x 120mm fan located in the rear, to exhaust the hot air
Easy Swap for HDD 4x Easy Swap HDD trays, eliminating the need to open the
side window or remove any screw to install HDD, also
support 2 slots for SSD & 2.5¡± HD
Support Water Cooling support up to 360mm water cooling radiator
Support Longest VGA card support up to 340mm (ATI 5970) VGA card
USB 3.0 Ready 1xUSB 3.0, 2xUSB 2.0, 1xeSATA
Bottom Mount Power Supply: Power Supply located on the bottom, two ways to install power supply; providing more efficient airflow
Cable Management: Cable is hidden behind the pre-drilled motherboard tray; better cable management and better air flow
Maximum Compatibility: Compatible with extended ATX, ATX, Micro ATX and all kinds of Nvidia, ATI long graphic card up to 340mm, and all kinds of water cooling system; support radiator up to size 360mm
Easy installation of CPU Cooler A pre-cut hole for an easy installation of CPU cooler, eliminating the need to remove the motherboard
   

 

Conclusion:

Well there you have it, you have just been introduced to one of the coolest cases I have ever personally used. Building in this chassis was a dream; the amount of fans in this case would keep even the hottest build nice and frosty. I have reviewed a lot of cases from Azza and I must say I have never been disappointed. In fact even after all of the incredible cases I have reviewed this year my main rig is still built in the Azza Fantom and it has been that way for over a year now. When I find a case I like it takes a lot for me to swap it out. I would have finally retired the Transformer today for the Hurrican but one of my reviewers which will be heading up a new site we are working on needed a new build so reluctantly I passed the Hurrican off to him, but I am not worried I know Azza will come through on their next case for me and I am sure it will be just as impressive (if not more so) than this one.

Would I recommend this chassis? Yes, although Azza’s come in at a bit of a higher end price tag, they are worth the investment. To be honest for full towers their cases are very reasonably priced. Is this case a great choice for your mom’s Dell? No, but if you are looking to get a beautiful gaming build up and running this is a great foundation to start with.
 

Pros:

  • Tons Of Cooling
  • Looks AWESOME!
  • Great Build Quality
  • 120mm Motherboard fan
  • Sturdy Tool-less Design
  •  Nice Sized Motherboard Back-plate Access

Cons:

  •  None I can Foresee

 



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