AZZA Reveals a Variety of Bizzare PC Cases
Jakob Aylesbury / 6 months ago
AZZA, known for its more interesting and unique case designs, has revealed several more unique cases at Computex 2023. AZZA has revealed its new Sanctum 810, Mesa 811, Neo 500, Augment 510 and Augment 520 Pro.
The Sanctum 810 is a new concept case capable of displaying larger components and water-cooled systems. The case uses a square design with an angled piece on the top front left edge of the case providing a unique and striking look. Within the brushed aluminium base is a dual chamber design providing ample room for cable management where there is also an angled front fan mount pulling air through the front mesh cover for the GPU. In total, the case supports up to 7x 120mm fans with room on the back and right side.
The Mesa 811 was created after someone at EVRI dropped the parcel containing the 810 and this is what came out. The 811 is an asymmetrical enclosure with room for up to E-ATX motherboards and graphics cards of up to 380mm. The cutouts in the unique brushed aluminium walls provide air intake or exhaust for both air cooling and water cooling systems with three fan ports in the front and one in the rear.
Straying away from interesting and wild designs is the Neo 500 which uses a more traditional case design. This case features a newly designed mesh front panel that comes with three 120mm fans pre installed providing excellent airflow to the components. This case supports up to E-ATX form factors and has compatibility for GPUS up to 380mm in length. This case is ideal for those who want something very minimalist and sleek with metallic undertones.
Augment 510 & Augment Pro 520
Finally the Augment 510 and Augment Pro 520 like the neo 500 stick to the standard case formats with a mid-tower and full-tower design respectively. Both cases come with quality aluminium craftmanship providing excellent strength and rigidity and are paired up with three pre-installed front fans pulling air through the front mesh panel. The 520 features an interesting aluminium top panel with the AZZA logo along the front and left sides. This aluminium panel opens up easily allowing for convenient build and modding access of distro plates or water-loop configurations.
To learn more about AZZA’s cases visit azza.gg where you can learn about their wide range of products.