Azza Fusion 3000 Full Tower Chassis
Author: Jakob Barnard
Editor: Shawn Knight
Date: 02-07-2012
Provided by: AZZA
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Introduction

The PC case market is one that is hard to stand out in but of course that doesn't stop manufacturers from trying. We have only reviewed one other Azza case before, the Solano 1000 way back in 2009, but we generally came away impressed with it. In reading up on their history, I discovered that at one time Azza offered mainboards in addition to their PSU line. They arenít in the mainboard market anymore but have a variety of chassis and PSU offerings. Another interesting tidbit I discovered is they donate 50% of their net profits to charity - very cool.


Today they have sent a full-tower offering called the Fusion 3000 to us for evaluation. The specifications reveal that it is one of the few cases to support XL-ATX and E-ATX form factors which is something to consider if you are looking at a monster board for a build.

Letís take a look at the specifications on the Fusion 3000.



At 34 lbs and standing at over 25 inches high and 24 inches deep, the Fusion 3000 is going to take up quite a bit of space near your desk. It's not the largest chassis we've seen but it's certainly not compact mid-tower either.

Letís move on and take a closer look at the Azza Fusion 3000.


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