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AZZA Hurrican 2000

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  1. mlee49

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    Nice review, mlee. :toast:
     
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    Great review man. Really is refreshing to see comments about a case' internal watercooling capability and SSD capability. Given that its an enthusiast targetted chassis, its was just rightfull to include those in the review.
     
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    Great review and very nice pictures.
     
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    wth is a "hurrican" :confused:
     
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    i wondered the same when proof reading the review
     
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    Well done, thoughtful review. It's nice to see that AZZA is stepping up it's quality. I have been happy with my Solano, but it's side fan protrudes into the chassis, limiting tower heatsinks. Looks like they fixed that in the "Hurican"
     
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    the l33t version of "Hurricane"? :p

    great review, while its not my style of case at all i like it for some reason
     
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    the first thing i thought was a typo, but then i checked the azza website and it clearly says hurrican. obviously the box the product comes in says hurrican as well. i googled it and some reviewers call it the hurrican and others call it hurricane. :laugh:
     
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    That was my main complaint with the Azza Fantom I had before. I ended up gluing a CM fan on the reverse side of the panel so I could still use my Mega with it. This one seems very nice, esp with all the fan filters. If I saw a good deal on this case I might be tempted to revisit.

    Azza's RMA department is very quick and pleasant too :cool:
     
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    It's probably the factor of... Hurr-I-Can? meaning due to the switches, the factoring of the fans, that a Hurricane style air flow can be developed in the case? :roll:

    Anyway, lets get Mlee that title change.. How about that?
     
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    Great review! I have the AZZA Solano full tower case, and imo this case is a major improvement. My only thoughts - I still wish the mobo tray was removable and there were additional openings on the tray for cable management. The Solano does not have much depth on the cable management side of the case. I think it only has about a 1/2" of room for your power cables. Does this new case have additional room?
     
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    I would guess that it has more room if they were able to stick a 120mm fan back there too (unless it was a slim 120).
     
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    but mlee isn't wrong. the box clearly says hurrican. i wonder if the fine folks at Azza misnamed it?
     
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    I don't believe that they misnamed it.. if that's the case.. Newegg and others are doing it also. I wasn't saying that Mlee was wrong. I was talking about his title as in.. "Eligabile for a custom title"
     
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    oh :laugh:
     
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    Great review man. I like the looks of the case. It's kind of easy on the eye, and with all those fans too it should be a winner. The multiple molex fan power is a turn off for me as I have all my current fans running off my board. I suppose one could set up a buss bar for all the fans and run 'em off the PSU. Hope they do well with it.
     
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    Nice review all around mlee. :toast:
     
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    It's not a misprint; Hurrican is the name Azza put on it. It was commented on in the initial press release. :p
     
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    this will def be my next case of choice
     
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    i looked up the press release...

    this is just dumb. marketing fail and grammar fail (deliberated.)
     
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    Ah. The fabled hurrican.
    [​IMG]
     
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    Its a can in a hurry :cool:
     
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    Many thanks to all the comments guys, I appreciate it.

    I had alot of fun reviewing this case and appreciate the opportunity given by W1z and Darksaber.
     
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