[ad#review1011-top]Recently I reviewed the Ikonik Ra X10 Liquid watercooled aluminum full tower. Even without the cooling system it is an excellent case, definitely upper-end quality. The case alone runs about $170, a good value for an aluminum full. I was impressed with its quality, fit, and finish, and gave it excellent marks.
Ikonik Technology, a spin-off from one of the world’s largest hardware manufacturers, builds a full line of PC cases. Today I will be looking at another of Ikonik’s cases, a steel/aluminum mid tower, the Zaria A10. The Zaria shares some features with the Ra X10 that I liked. Actually, this case will be a change for me, the last few cases I looked at were full towers, moving back to a mid should be interesting. How will the Zaria compare to its liquid cooled big brother? Read on to see!
Series: Zaria A10
Type: ATX Mid Tower
Case Material: Aluminum/SECC
Motherboard Compatibility: u-ATX, ATX, CEB
External 5.25″ Bays: 4
External 3.5″ Bays: 1
Internal 3.5″ Bays: 5
PCI Expansion Slots: 7
Front Ports: 2 x USB, 1 x eSATA, 1 x IEEE1397, Audio
Cooling: 140mm front fan, 120mm rear fan, optional 120mm floor fan
Dimensions: 19.33″ x 7.9″ x 17.32″
Weight: 19.84 lbs
– Tool less design
– Anti-vibration rubber on PSU rails, HDD locks, and ODD spring for vibration and noise reduction
– Removable and washable fan filters
The Zaria A10 is packaged in a nice looking box, an image of the case is on the front, and features on ther rear. Inside the case is protected by foam ends, and is in a plastic bag.