Technology seems to be getting more and more compact even in the PC world. mATX was the smallest desktop pc you could get and now we are starting to see mITX products come out that are smaller than an original Nintendo. Is compact the better choice? In the world of PC gaming bigger is still better. Graphics cards, CPU coolers, motherboards, and even ram are getting bigger and bigger. It is to the point where if you want a serious gaming rig you need all the expansion you can get. This is where the monster full tower cases come in. The cooling ability and expandability of a full tower dwarfs the capability of a mid tower chassis. A relatively new comer to the gaming case world is Azza today we will be getting s closer look at the AZZA 1000 Case to see how well it stacks up against the veteran of the industry Thermaltake:Provided by: Azza
The packaging design for the AZZA Solano 1000 Case is nicely designed with a list of all the specifications and features of the case. The case comes securely packed in packing foam and a plastic cover to cut down on the chances of dust and scratches during shipping.
The Solano is a very well built case; at first glance it looks like a very formidable opponent for the Thermaltake Armor. The monster 240mm fan on the side looks like it could give my armor a run for its money. I love the flat black stealth bomber style paintjob that the Solano comes with. I love my Thermaltake armor but if I was going to pick a case purely on looks the two would be neck and neck. I also like the bottom mount PSU that the Solano features a lot more than the top mount that the armor has. Based on looks alone this case screams strength and durability ,there is a very small amount of plastic parts which means this case will last you many years even if your buddies decide to use it as a seat or a foots stool.
Included with the AZZA Solano 1000 Gaming PC Chassis is all of the thumbscrews, motherboard screws, and standoff’s you will need. Also included is a 3.5 floppy drive faceplate, a 3.5 drive bay converter, a motherboard speaker, and the manual to set the case up for your particular needs.
Let's check out the working components:
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