Thursday, December 16th 2021

AZZA Rethinks Case Design with the Dual Orientation OPUS 809

AZZA, a leading brand of computer cases and accessories, introduces the futuristic high-end OPUS 809. The luxury tower has a minimal footprint of 32 cm² yet capable of supporting full-ATX tower hardware. Flanked by 4 darkly tinted tempered glass panels and built on a 4 mm thick CNC milled aluminium frame, the OPUS ensures a unique PC look standing vertical or horizontal, and with its semi-open design, ensures adequate airflow to high-end components up to 360 mm long triple slot GPU, 360 AIO, ATX motherboard and PSU, and dual storage drives.

Mixing precision and style, the anodized and sandblasted 4 mm CNC milled aluminium frame of the OPUS with sharp angles and "X" shape gives the case a futuristic design. Surrounded by 4 tinted tempered glass panels, the OPUS ensures the PC remains elegant no matter which side is exposed. The unique shape and sturdiness of the case allows it to be placed in two orientations, vertically for a minimal 32 x 32 cm footprint, or horizontally, changing the look of the PC entirely.
Ingenious Design
The OPUS required rethinking standard case designs. Entirely modular, each panel can be removed to open up access to the inside of the case. The vertical GPU bracket is entirely removable to provide access to the PSU installation, which sits at the bottom of the case. At the rear and away from the motherboard and GPU, the fan/radiator bracket is entirely removable and sits on tracks to ease its installation. Inspired by SFF tower designs, every component is separated and has access to a direct fresh air intake, ensuring peak performance.

Ready for High Performance
The OPUS' unique form factor doesn't limit its ability to support large high-performance components. With support from Mini-ITX to ATX motherboards, up to 360 mm long triple-slot GPUs, a 360 radiator, ATX PSU, and 2x 2.5" SSDs or 1x 2.5" SDD and 1x 3.5" HDD, users have the possibility to build a powerful PC with modern hardware without holding back.

Pricing and Availability
The AZZA OPUS 809 is available at MSRP USD 349.99.
For more information, visit the product page.
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13 Comments on AZZA Rethinks Case Design with the Dual Orientation OPUS 809

Although I'm not a fan of open cases in general, this one looks pretty slick and well made too. Too bad the price is a tad high for most folks, but at least they appear to have put in some real design effort, unlike the last 3,258.71 so-called "NEW" but same-ole-same-same regurgitated 1990's copy-cat cases that have been released over the last 3-4 years. :laugh:
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It looks like a torture cell in the Middle Ages :D
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Looks kinda cool, but you rarely see these “artistic” cases marketed with images of a full build inside. I think once populated it loses a bit of the aesthetics.
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Feels like a Porsche Design product.
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Missed opportunity for a hidden carry handle at the top
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Looks beautiful.
So where do I put the DVD drive?
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B3l1vlIt looks like a torture cell in the Middle Ages :D
Lol... except it needs a skeleton in it! :laugh:
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So how many chickens can I fit in that rotisserie?
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MusselsMissed opportunity for a hidden carry handle at the top
Missed or later they come out with another with a handle a few other changes ?.

$350 LMFAO, should have a handle and a lot more haha.
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B3l1vlIt looks like a torture cell in the Middle Ages :D
You mean a crow's cage?
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Cut the price by 3 and I might concider it
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I love the look of the case, but they missed out on a prime opportunity for some slick LED accent lighting. Maybe a line centered down each aluminum frame piece or something. Not too bright to illuminate a room. Just enough to make a presence.
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MusselsMissed opportunity for a hidden carry handle at the top
+10 000! It's criminal actually they didn't consider any form of this.
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