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AZZA Solano 1000 Black/Black Computer Case With Side Panel Window

AZZA Solano 1000 Black/Black Computer Case With Side Panel Window (AZZA Technology: CSAZ-1000)
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Vendor: AZZA Technology
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AZZA Solano 1000 Black/Black Computer Case With Side Panel Window
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Rating: 9.08/10
Wiley
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Review Date: 09/07/13
Comment:
Good case for the income when on sale/rebate. I required a case with a small a lot more airflow than the generic OEM case I was holding on to. My temperatures dropped about 15 C with lapping the cpu/heatsink and a case swap. The fan controller only controls the top fan. An added fan controller is required in order to run the case silently when watching a television on your personal computer without having noise canceling headphones. All round the case isn't that loud, more of a white noise hum. The space and craftsmanship was adequate, and I was capable to fit all the clutter behind the motherboard.
Ura
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Review Date: 08/30/13
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Sturdy, lots of space, and appears awesome with the lit up fans. With five fans, its pretty quiet. None I am possibly going to use this for my subsequent make in a couple of years or acquire a new a single.
Neci
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Review Date: 08/21/13
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lots of space, great ventilation, e-sata in front panel, decent cable management, speed controller for top fan, easilly fit long graphics cards. I didn't use the integrated drive cages, so I can't comment on those. I utilized three x 3in2 hot swap cages instead. Even with the further lengthy cages, backplanes, and wiring, I nevertheless had no dilemma fitting twin GTX 280s with area to spare. The area behind the motherboard tray could be a little deeper, pretty tough to get sheathed cables to cross over each and every other devoid of bulging the side panel. Large case--make confident you have area for it.This case ought to have been created with an eighth expansion slot for a double wide card on a bottom mobo slot.A side fan speed controller and LED on/off switch would have been nice also.
Varen
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Review Date: 08/16/13
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Quite Cool Case none blue LEDs are a lot brighter than i expected
Helki
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Review Date: 08/15/13
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Extremely nice searching and descent layout inside the case. fans run cool and quiet, lots of room for wiring. the 1st time i took this case out of the box, a smaller piece of plastic thing fell out, i didn't know what it was at the time, so i threw it away. Then when i began to place every little thing into the case, far more plastic pieces fell out, and i began to worry if anything went wrong. At the end, i identified out that the top aspect of my case was nearly fully detached from the rest of it, these plastic pieces have been the joints, and the have a tendency to break extremely effortlessly. all round it's a great case, knock an egg off since of loosen leading, otherwise it would have been a great case.
Melvyn
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Review Date: 08/12/13
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Wow I felt sorry for the UPS delivery guy obtaining to beast this factor onto my porch! This case is huge! If you want a case and plan on expanding your pc to unforseen ends, I undoubtedly suggest the Solano. Every thing fits perfectly and the l.e.d's look mighty handsome. Didn't appear cheap at all to me. The guards for the disc drive bays came off a small "too" effortless... but hey, you don't require 'em anyways.
Ronni
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Review Date: 07/20/13
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Decent case. Even after reading all the reviews about not obtaining rebates and didn't think it. Properly never got rebates from PS and case. Under no circumstances got rebates and it's been 9mos now.
Kwanita
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Review Date: 07/19/13
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This is a rather substantial, sleek, black case with a enormous side fan, front, top rated, and back fans - fans everywhere! It doesn't have the annoying front cover, so the drives are suitable there for you. It's totally outfitted with tons of screws, and a 3 1ǘ inch floppy enclosure, which is ideal for a card reader grouping. Don't expect fancy screwless bays - these are basic, but really sturdy, and the front bay covers are solidly clipped in, unless you want them out. This is by far a wonderful value, and the greatest case for the funds I've used for a construct. Lots of area inside for an ATX board (fits smaller ones, too). Just be aware that it's tall, but it is sleek - and fairly!
Ravi
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Review Date: 07/03/13
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This case is great :D It has massive air flow, with all of its fans. The clear side panel is cool, and all of the blue lights appear sweet, specially in the dark. It is a beast of a computer system case, but absolutely some thing to show off. When it is in sleep mode, the energy button flashes a vibrant blue light on and off. its a little annoying at night, but not worth taking an egg off for it; simple to cover up, or just turn it off :P obtain the case, you won't require one more one particular for a really very extended time
Marika
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Review Date: 07/02/13
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Appreciate the case. A lot of space. Huge fans. Lights are quite cool. Almost everything was simple to install into this case. Wonderful case for very first construct Power button did not work. Difficulties with the front jacks. Sending in for a RMA. Hoping practically nothing goes incorrect with this 1. The HDD cages aren't as undesirable as most people making it to believe. May possibly take a little time but it's manageable. The rebate for this case isn't that poor either. Click the rebate link on the front page of the web site with the case. Print the rebate kind and there you go.
Tao
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Review Date: 06/01/13
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This case is spacious. But, it's not overbearingly enormous, either. My mid-ATX Cooler Master Centurion is only a couple inches shorter than this guy. Yes, it's a complete ATX case in each and every sense, but they produced this case effectively.There's plenty of space to route cabling behind the motherboard's tray, and they give you tons of access holes. I've in no way been a cable-arrangement freak prior to, but now I can simply have a nice clean hunting case. I required only one extension cable for this, for the eight-pin energy for my motherboard. Anything else reaches with a little slack.I have all but two of the five.25" slots filled, dropping my three-five.25"s to 5x 3.five" RAID cages in, two individual three.5" hot-swap bays, and 3x DVD±RW's. A speedy Dremel to make the flanges play nicely with my external RAID hotswap cage, and life with this case is good.Airflow is great, even without the front 120mm's going, you actually shouldn't want to crank the fans up to max. But even if you want to, they're really, truly quiet The plastic grill design and style on the front of the case gives you the impression that it'd catch dust for you, acting as a filter maybe. This isn't the case. (Hah, get it?)Anyhow, if you plan on preserve dust out of your case, go spend Ū on some mesh to stick behind your intake fans for a good, dust-cost-free case.The giant side-fan is fantastic, but the way the fan power lines are rigged, you have to route them up and over the motherboard, or the molex connectors will bump against the running fan blade. Bzzzzz... annoying until you fix it. Genuinely, I was debating about getting a 赔-200 case to get all the room this case affords. I hate windows, and I hate LEDs, so this was a funny choice for me, suitable? Interestingly adequate, the LEDs are pointed inwards, so you won't be blinded by them. The window screws into spot, so you can effortlessly take it out, throw a layer of spray paint more than the inside, stick it back in place, and have just a nifty looking shape to your case's side.Also, the way the fan LED's are rigged, you can easily snip them to sever the LED brightness. The LED's are around the outside of the fan, so it's a swift, straightforward repair. But, I haven't even carried out it yet myself. And I -despise- LEDs glaring at me.If you have a super-extended GPU, like my Radeon 5870, you can Nonetheless connect anything in the five.25" bay. I have a slightly-longer-than-usual three.five" to 5.25" external hot-swap SATA bay there suitable behind my 5870, and it fits, energy cables and all, with a couple of MM to spare. Fantastic case.
Gratia
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Review Date: 05/29/13
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It is a extremely quiet running case, and delivers excellent cooling wǛ fans. I like the padded runners in the HDD cages. It holds the drives securely and gives vibration dampening. So far this is a very good unit. The wiring management scheme is also good. It might have been nice if they had latches for the side panel door instead of just the thumbscrews. And the front panel need to have metal catches as an alternative of plastic, as you want to be careful removing the panel so as not to break the plastic catches. This was fairly intelligently made for max airflow and so far I like it. Sitting at my desk you can seriously really feel the air moving from this case.
Tillie
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Review Date: 05/25/13
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I left a excellent critique about this case prior to. It's a nicely built case, I like it. When I was measuring the side and best fan since I was thinking about getting new fans I realized that the side fan and leading fans are only about 190 millimeters not 230 millimeters. I believe that the specifications require to be amended to represent the actual item. there is a major difference in between 230mm and 190mm. It is a properly constructed case and I would suggest it to anybody. It's a bit little to fit the bigger heat sinks, but its great nonetheless. Just hold in thoughts the ACTUAL fan size is not the advertised fan size
Yin
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Review Date: 05/24/13
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Incredibly good strong cool case. With lots of additional area for anything you could ask for. Somewhat flimsy for cost. Excellent tower wont have any room troubles. Or cooling issues.
Keene
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Review Date: 05/13/13
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Keeps all my temps down 20°F or more more than the Thermaltake Xaser III case I applied previously. Well worth what I paid. I commonly turn my case off with the energy switch on the power provide when it will be off for some time, and it would be a bit additional hassle-free if the energy provide were on prime. I'm extremely satisfied with this obtain, and would suggest it to anyone looking for a great complete tower case.
Torrin
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Review Date: 05/08/13
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Large sufficient to hold long video cards. Easy installation of drive bays.. QUIET for the number of fans it has.. Essentially quieter than some instances I've observed with less fans. Price tag is fantastic. Easy place for USB, eSATA, and headphone jacks. Lots of ventilation, Could be a tiny far more area in the side panel for the wiring. It's it's not positioned strategically, the side panel will bow. The headphone jack is staticy. Fantastic case!
Baby
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Review Date: 04/24/13
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Amazing cooling, amazing room, and appears Genuinely neat at night. Even the massive fans move a lot of air with incredibly tiny noise. I don't think i'll ever get a case that doesn't have big fans in it. This issue WHISPERS! wasn't absolutely free! AMD Phenom II 965 black edition OC'd to three.9Biostar TA890FXERipJaws 4GBx2Azza Solano 1000 CaseEVGA GTX 470Zalman 9700 LED
Carolena
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Review Date: 04/20/13
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you just have to adore this case the space the fans the colour the ease of use. I'm upgrading my case from a stock gateway case which was so noisy you believed we had airplanes landing in the area but this case you can barely hear even with the fans set to high. My buddies are so impressed with it that there going to obtain ones for them selves The only issue i can say and this is really minor so no eggs to be taken, is that the back plate for hiding wires is a lil cramped have to really jam it in but hey cant all be enjoyable and games now can it.
Duy
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Review Date: 04/15/13
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This is an incredible case! Lots of room and airflow. All the fans are relatively quit and you absolutely feel very good about how cool this case stays. It is a hole ten degrees cooler in my case then in the area!!! Not a big fan of all the screws ectc... But just a minor inconvience at finest. Wonderful value great space great everything!!!!
Skipper
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Review Date: 04/10/13
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1. The case is large. Almost everything fits.two. The bottom mounted PSU no longer has to deal with heat from inside the case.3. The fans maintain internal temps suitable at ambient area temperature.4. This is a huge a freaking case... I can function inside the thing with no banging my knuckles. And there's even room for a Yukon... that final line was a lie.5. It's black and blue infant! Negative for faces but excellent for circumstances. The fans collect a lot of dust. Filters would have been a good addition. This is a good case for everyone who wants to have just about all the characteristics located in additional costly offerings but at a lower price tag.
Simba
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Review Date: 03/14/13
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This case should have been designed by somebody who has gone through ALL of the headaches of placing a technique together. It is so TECH / USER friendly! I essentially enjoyed putting my program with each other! Everthing about this case, from the removable difficult drive bays, to the extra area given for longer video cards, to the bottom power provide place, to the super straightforward to figure out wiring, to the heavy duty and robust construction, to the 3 front USB ports, to all the cooling options, and so forth, and so on, and so forth, is just great. Except for one particular, minor issue... Ok, right here it is... If you take place to have a really tall cpu cooler fan( I have the Corsair A50), you are going to have to live without the big side cooling fan. Regrettably, becaused of the height of the cpu fan and the depth of the side panel fan, you need to have to remove the side panel fan in order to close the side panel. No biggie... but obviously I would choose to be running the fan. I dont care about getting to take away the side panel fan... the case is awesome and I wouldnt trade it for ANY other.
Luz
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Review Date: 03/14/13
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lots none What is the best cpu fan for this case? I am carrying out a p55 make.
Raghnall
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Review Date: 03/01/13
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This is an wonderful case. Wonderful air flow, lots of massive fans, lots of room for quite a few components. Its value is really low for a complete case. Definitely worth the cost. Its also incredibly quiet. It fits anything i have in it, while you might need to measure out the heat sink you get. I got the cool master hyper N 520, and its fits completely with about an inch to spare from the side panel fan. keeps my cpu at 77 degrees Fahrenheit at idle, and no additional than 95F on loads which is quite cool. a lot of room for cables which is actually good for air flow. i really like this case and definitely would propose it to other people. Had it for nearly 3 months, which isn't lengthy but all the fans are nonetheless running excellent and so are the LEDS. CPU heat sink warning, select wisely! The side panel fan can also be moved to the outside but there is no need if you get a tiny enough CPU heat sink. Like i mentioned, the cool master hyper n 520 fits completely and cools completely Program specsMSI P55a Fuzion moboIntel i5-760 CPUcorsair TX650 wxfx hd 5770G.Talent Ripjaws Series 4GB ƒ x 2GB) ddr3 1600COOLER MASTER Hyper N 520Seagate Barracuda 7200.12 1TB and it all fits in wonderfully into my AZZA Solano 1000 Black
Babu
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Review Date: 02/28/13
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awesome case, tons of airflow, WILL NOT OVERHEAT! a corner came bent so i have a bowed out corner, in addition to that, remarkable
Chao
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Review Date: 02/12/13
Comment:
Everything about this tower is excellent. It's big, so space is under no circumstances a issue, the one side fan isn't that fantastic but the rest appear to be fine. You have to take apart the whole computer to place harddrives in. (reason why it only got 4 eggs)No LED light swtich. In the finish, I will defiantly get AZZA once more.
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Product Features

ATX Full-Tower Desktop
19 Bays 230mm Fan

Azza Solano 1000 Full Tower Gaming Case
Redefine your gaming experience using the Azza Solano 1000 Full Tower Gaming Case. This wonderful Tower Case stores your E-ATX, ATX, and Micro ATX motherboards while the thumb screw design lets you add up to seven PCI expansion cards without tools. Equipped with a number of drives including one external 3.5", ten 5.25" and internal eight 3.5" bays, you can include the latest drives and other peripherals easily. The Three USB ports and one eSATA port gives instant network connectivity. Featuring 1x 120mm Fan, 2x 140mm Fans, 2 x 230mm Fans, it optimizes cooling efficiency. Order the Azza Solano 1000 Full Tower Gaming Case now.

What It Is And Why You Need It:

  • Compatibility; works with E-ATX, ATX, and Micro ATX motherboards
  • Three USB ports and one eSATA port; ensures speedy transfer rates
  • 10x Ext 5.25", 1x Ext 3.5", 8x Int 3.5" bays; lets you connect your graphic card and other devices
  • 1x 120mm Fan, 2x 140mm Fans, 2 x 230mm Fans; circulates sufficient airflow

Product Specifications

Model
Brand AZZA
Model Solano 1000
Spec
Type ATX Full Tower
Color Black/Black
Case Material Japanese SECC Steel/Metal mesh in front
With Power Supply No
Power Supply Mounted Bottom
Motherboard Compatibility Full ATX, Micro ATX
With Side Panel Window Yes
Expansion
External 5.25" Drive Bays 10
External 3.5" Drive Bays 1
Internal 3.5" Drive Bays 8
Expansion Slots 7
Front Ports
Front Ports USB / Audio / e-SATA
Cooling System
80mm Fans No
120mm Fans 1 x 120mm fan in rear
140mm Fans 2 x 140mm blue LED silent fan (19DBA) in front
230mm Fans 1 x 230mm blue LED silent fan (24DBA) on top
1 x 230mm blue LED silent fan (24DBA) on the side
Physical Spec
Dimensions(L x W x H) 19.70" x 8.10" x 21.50"
Features
Features Bottom-mounted Power Supply: Power supply is bottom-mounted, can be installed facing either up or down. Pre-drilled holes located at bottom, allowing efficient air flow when power supply is installed facing downward

Optimized Cable Management: Cable is organized behind the pre-drilled motherboard tray, allowing better cable routing and internal air flow

Easy Assembling: Thumb screw design for easy assembling of optical drive and HDD; thumb screw design also for the side panel

Maximum Compatibility: Compatible with ATX, Micro ATX and all kinds of Nvidia, ATI long graphic card, and most water cooling systems

Server-like HDD cage can accommodate up to 8 HDD, equipped with 2 x 140mm front fans for overheat prevention

USB & Audio Ports Located on Top: USB & eSATA & audio ports located on the top panel, allowing easy access
Manufacturer Warranty
Parts 1 year limited
Labor 1 year limited
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