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


Although we have reviewed several cases from Azza, this is the first mid-tower design to cross our desk. This seems to be the direction that many PC builders are going these days - smaller, more customized-looking cases with plenty of liquid cooling options. The Titan 240 definitely fits all of these requirements.

Despite being a mid-tower case, the Titan 240 can fit dual 120mm fans up top with a 240mm radiator and either a 240mm or 280mm unit in the front. That doesn't leave much space for a pump and reservoir but then again, many builders are passing on custom loops in favor of an AIO liquid cooling solution. Drive mounting options include screw holes at the front of the motherboard tray, if you'd like to show off your drives, and two hidden bays with slide-out drive trays. The power supply is also concealed within the bottom enclosure, complete with custom-look AZZA lighted name plate. A single white LED intake fan rounds out the included lighting effects. The entire side panel is a single piece of tempered glass which reveals the bulk of the case interior.

The biggest complaint I had with the Titan 240 is the lack of optional mounting holes for the power supply to allow orienting the fan facing up. Other minor issues include the top fan mount brackets that are slightly taller than a standard 25mm fan thickness, so if mounting a radiator that is wider than the fan frame, it will need to hang down 2-3mm to clear the inside of the case. The top- and front-mounted windows with vented sides have quite a bit of flex and as evidenced by the crack in our review sample, can be easily damaged in shipping. What's more, the riser slots have knock-out plates and there are no drop-in blanks to replace them.

Perhaps the most astonishing aspect of the Titan 240 is its price. I found this case online for less than $60 with a $20 manufacturers rebate. For only $40, you might expect a bottom-of-the-barrel, no-frills case but the Titan 240 offers a semi-custom look with some really nice features.

OCIA.net awards the Azza Titan 240 our Silver Seal of Approval.




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