Azza Titan 240 Mid-Tower Case
Author: Zahn Funk
Editor: Shawn Knight
Date: 11-27-2016
Provided by: Azza
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Interior


Here we see the Titan 240 with both side panels removed. This case features a separate enclosure for the power supply and two internal 3" drive bays. The side has a lighted "AZZA" nameplate with white LEDs powered from a standard 4-pin Molex connector. There are six slotted openings in the motherboard tray for passing cables through as well as an oversized opening for CPU socket backplate access.


The hidden 3" drive bays have plastic mounting trays that slide out the back side. These trays have pins on each side for standard 3" drives and screw holes on the bottom for 2" drive mounting. As mentioned previously, the power supply opening only has mounting holes to orient the PSU with fan facing down. Azza claims compatibility with power supplies measuring up to 190mm in length although depending on the length and stiffness of cables, things can get a little tight during installation. The power supply used in this review is 160mm in length and was a bit of a squeeze to fit in.


The power supply enclosure is vented on top and does include mounting holes for dual 120mm fans. There are also some holes in the front-facing panel to provide ventilation for bay-mounted drives. The riser slots have knock-out tabs which must be removed before installing expansion cards and there are no blank plates provided to cover the voids after removal. The front of the motherboard tray, meanwhile, has mounting holes for two 2" drives or one 3" drive provided there is enough room with any additional fans or radiators mounted in the front. The included 120mm fan has white LEDs and a 4-pin Molex connector.


The provided 120mm exhaust fan is non-LED and also has a 4-pin Molex connector. The top brackets are just wide enough to fit two 120mm fans between but will not accommodate the extra width of a radiator so some type of spacer will be required as the brackets are slightly taller than standard 25mm fan thickness. Additionally, the front 5" drive bay overlaps the fan brackets so utilizing a top-mounted fan and radiator will likely interfere with any optical drive mounted in the top slot.

Let's get some hardware installed in the Titan 240.


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