AZZA Inferno 310 Case Review

Final Thoughts

AZZA has really provided a great platform to build in with their Inferno 310. The black color scheme inside and out is a neutral base to begin with, and the two 120mm HURRICANE RGB fans, along with two additional RGB lighting zones, allow for exact color matching to the rest of a build’s components.

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A tempered glass side panel gives the Inferno 310 a current exterior design, while a front panel door swings open to allow a bit of legacy hardware to be installed in the single 5.25″ drive bay. Additional interior storage in the form of both 2.5″ and 3.5″ sizes offers plenty of options for drive configurations.

The interior layout of the Inferno 310 provides multiple cutouts for routing cables, and in most instances, clearances are quite generous. We did run into a small issue fitting our motherboard in the case, but a quick removal of the rear 120mm fan solved that problem, though it does obstruct most of the motherboard’s IO shield lighting.

Overall, the AZZA Inferno 310 is a good base to start from, and at a good price, considering the inclusion of a tempered glass side panel, two RGB fans, and additional RGB lighting zones. Available at Newegg for $90, $70 after mail-in-rebates, this case should definitely be checked out if you are in the market for a new mid-tower case; a solid 8 out of 10.

rating8 10


  • Tempered Glass Side Panel
  • Two 120mm RGB Fans Included
  • Multiple 120mm and 140mm Fan and Radiator Mounting Options
  • Good Features For a Budget Case


  • Some Tight Clearances
  • Large Illuminated AZZA Logo May Be Overkill For Some