It seems like it has been quite some time since I have looked at an Azza product, but in reality it has only been since February when I took a look at the Fusion 3000. Well, they are back and this time with an over the top design and layout that really strides to deliver everything found in case design today.
While this new release is categorized as a full tower, let me warn you early, this is a massive entry for a full tower and more along the lines of what I would consider a super tower chassis. That being said, in the white variation that I was shipped, this new chassis has bold styling, but there is just something about all white cases that make things so right aesthetically.
I know you have heard before that cases I have reviewed have pretty well appointed feature sets to them, but with Azza, as I said, they really tried to cover everything, from every angle. The chassis we will soon be looking at goes beyond the grommets, management holes and tool-less features. Here we get easy swap HDD bays, room for two power supplies, lots of fans, lights, eSATA, VGA support system and room for internal water cooling. I am sure I am leaving things out too; Azza really has stepped up their game since I had a look at the Fusion 3000 earlier this year.
The full tower chassis we are going to be looking at from Azza today is the Genesis 9000. Azza has looked beyond silence, beyond the basic square design, beyond the "usual" features and is offering a case that really went through a no holds barred design process. Hopefully at the conclusion of this review, you not only understand just how versatile a chassis designed like this can be, but I also hope you can fathom the amount of things you get in this chassis, at what I consider a very reasonable asking price. While the exterior aesthetics are a touch on the bold side, it is subtle enough to win me over overall.
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