AZZA Z Mini-ITX Case Review

The AZZA-Z-CSAZ-103 is not the easiest case to build in but any m-itx case will be the same. They are tough to build and usually even experts have problems working with them. The wire management alone can cause a person to perspire in a ice storm. So what did I like about the AZZA Z case overall. The look and the AZZA stencil type logo is cool and the green on black theme is very cool as well. The different orientations of the build leaves the builder with a lot of choice and cooling is pretty good.

Overall in this writer’s opinion this could be worth the cost if you need a big gaming machine in a small area. I will not give it a very high score because of a few issues I have outlined in the cons section below, but I will give it a solid 8 out of 10 score, good job AZZA. As I mentioned earlier you can pick up the AZZA Z at my favorite online retailer for $68.99.

rating8 10 small

– Good look and style
– Ability to place it on its side or laying horizontally
– 11 inches of room long and thick video cards
– Placement of major parts is intelligently thought out.
– Large Power supplies are not a big issue as with most other small cases.

– The Price is high for a small case but PCIe extension could have added to the cost
– Use of a laptop type DVD drive is mandatory but there is not a wire adapter added in the kit
– Thin Metal side panels
– No Engineered SSD placement, but it is possible
– Packaging is very cheaply done and box is not treated corrugated material.

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