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Building in a new case can be a wonderful experience. As each part goes into place, the possibilities of a new build start to flesh out before your eyes. Thoughts of what you can do fill your mind as you place each part, one by one; the games you can play, art to create, music to mix, or even the videos you can mix together. We all know that every computer is different and, just as that is true, so it is true that not every case is created the same. When shopping for a case, a lot of things need to be pondered before making our final choice.

Azza Hurrican 2000

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Cases used to be a simple beige box with nothing to really distinguish one from the next. That day is long gone, and I don't know about you, but that era could not have ended soon enough for me. Now cases come in a wide range of colors with so many bells and whistles, it's hard to fathom how we came so long in such a short time. It makes us wonder what is really important at the end of the day when shopping for a new case. Are you looking for something with enough air flow to keep all your new parts running smoothly? Maybe you have so many hard drives that you have a pile of external enclosures and a dock to access them. Or are you tired of having to pull out the tool kit every time you want to make a change in your build? If you've answered yes to any or all of these, then here is the case for you.

Azza Hurrican 2000

 

The Azza Hurrican 2000 is an intimidating black, full tower case. The Azza Hurrican 2000 is fully loaded with 8 fans and 6 front accessible hard drive bays. Toolless installation was a focus here, as everything, from the HDDs, Optical drives and even PCI slots, can all be installed using only your hands. The focus on air flow is instantly noticed at first glance, as there is hardly any angle you can look at it without seeing one or more fans. The Azza Hurrican 2000 takes hold of its namesake firmly, creating a veritable force of nature within its walls to take any simple computer and elevate it well above the competition.

 

 

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