AZZA Introduces Unique SANCTUM 810 & MESA 811 PC Cases
Jakob Aylesbury / 2 months ago
AZZA are a manufacturer known for their more unique takes on the PC case with many designs that throw your standard tower case to the side and kick you in the face. Today they have introduced two new cube cases the SANCTUM 810 and MESA 811 both with display-worthy designs.
AZZA SANCTUM 810
The Sanctum 810 is the first of these two new cases and is the more standard-looking of the two. It features a cube design with four sides of full-glass panels including a slight cutout in the corner to give it a bit of flair. The case offers a great showcase for your system whilst it uses the opposing mesh panels for airflow. The base of the case has a brushed aluminium design with a perforated front panel for additional airflow which flows through the second chamber where all your cables can be crammed. Under the vent is the I/O which includes a Power button, Reset button, HD Audio, USB 3.0 x 2 and Type-C.
Sanctum Hardware and Fan Support
The Sanctum is capable of fitting large hardware with up to EATX motherboards less than 300mm as well as 190mm CPU coolers. It features 7 expansion slots with room for up to 400mm GPUs. For storage, there are two 3.5″ drive bays and two 2.5″ drive bays providing plenty of options.
Fan support is reasonable considering the nature of the case and it does come with four 120mm LFO-4312D ARGB fans in the two front and two rear slots. On top of these fans, you can also add three more on the side as well as up to a 360mm radiator.
The MESA 811 is a bit more outlandish with an asymmetrical cube design that will make a very interesting centrepiece for your setup. It features a combination of tempered glass and brushed aluminium ventilated panels on all sides except for the rear I/O and uses a dual-chamber design for hiding your cable mess. The side panels also feature a tool-less design for ease of access and the front panel I/O consists of a power button, HD Audio, USB 3.0 x2 and Type-C.
Mesa Hardware and Fan Support
The Mesa is capable of fitting up to ATX motherboards with 140mm CPU coolers limiting it against the Sanctum. It features 7 expansion slots with room for 380mm of GPU clearance and room for up to four 2.5″ drives and two 3.5″ drives.
This case comes shipped with a single 120mm LFO-4312D ARGB fan in the rear and users can add to that with the room for three 120mm fans on the front where a 360mm radiator can also be installed. Judging by the photos the positioning of these fans seems best suited for exhaust and I’m curious about the clearance underneath the case for the air to escape.
Price and Availability
The MESA 811 is available now at newegg.com for a price of $369.99 however the SANCTUM 810 is not yet listed and a price hasn’t been provided.