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AZZA Silentium 920B CSAZ-920B Black SECC ATX Mid Tower Computer Case

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  • SECC ATX Mid Tower
  • 1 x USB 3.0 / 1 x USB 2.0 / Audio Front Ports
  • 4 External 5.25" Drive Bays
  • 5 Internal 3.5" Drive Bays

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Silentium 920

Silentium 920

  • Ultimate Noise Reduction performance
  • Excellent cable management
  • Screw-less design for easy assembly
  • USB 3.0 ready
  • Bottom-mounted power supply design

Definitely Silentium

Designed to bring tranquility to your life, the AZZA Silentium is equipped with a unique sound dampening system to make your gaming experience whisper quiet. Noise is no longer a distraction.

Optimum Performance

This mid-tower case supports ATX and micro ATX, with 7 expansion slots, plus one USB 3.0 port and one USB 2.0 port in the front. To keep your system cool, Silentium features one 120mm fan in the front and one in the rear.

Understated Elegance

With piano black on the outside and matte black on the inside, Silientium is minimalistic in design and sleek in appearance. Bring Silentium into your life, gaming has never been this quiet!

Silentium 920


Model Name Silentium 920B
Model Number CSAZ-920B
Model Specs
Type ATX Mid-Tower
Color Black/Black Interior
Material Japanese SECC Steel
With Side Panel Window No
With Power Supply No
Motherboard Compatibility ATX, Micro ATX
Noise Reduction Material Yes
External 5.25" Drive Bays 4
External 3.5" Drive Bays 1
Internal 3.5" Drive Bays 5
Front Ports
Front Ports 1 x USB 3.0, 1 x USB 2.0, Audio, Mic
Cooling System
120mm Fan 1 x 120mm fan in front, 1 x 120mm fan in rear
Physical Spec
Dimensions (D x W x H) 19.7 x 8.8 x 18.1" (500 x 225 x 460mm)
Noise Reduction Noise reduction material installed all around inside the case.
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

Cable Management Cable is organized behind the pre-drilled motherboard tray,allowing better cable routing and internal air flow.
Easy Assembling Tool-less design for both 5.25" and 3.5" drive bay for easy assembling.
USB & Audio Ports Located in front USB & audio ports are located on the front panel, allowing easy access.

What's in the Box

Silentium 920

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Warranty, Returns, And Additional Information
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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 1 year
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 1 year
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Customer Reviews of the AZZA CSAZ-920B

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  • Dan H.
  • 11/8/2015 3:26:07 PM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

4 out of 5 eggsPretty Good, Silence Depends

Pros: Serious looking case good for business (no laser beams or skulls) steel construction, nice sound insulation on side panels

Cons: "Silence" depends on the noise your fans generate more than the design of the case - if you have airflow you have holes in your case. In my case, my PSU fan makes enough noise to escape and be annoying, in the future I'll use an EVGA Gold that was near silent on another build. Also a common case issue: tight fit for right side panel where cables cross & bunch.

Other Thoughts: Nice case for the money. What the heck - an optional view panel would be cool.

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  • Daniel S.
  • 12/19/2013 7:27:28 AM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsGreat, quiet case

Pros: Quiet case, quieter than any I've owned yet. Easy installations with spacious interior and snap-in drive trays. Very clean look.

Cons: A little overpriced for a simple case. Would like more access on the front (only 2xusb and audio). Snap-in drive trays are a little awkward.

Other Thoughts: Compares comfortably with the other silent/quiet cases I examined, but would like to see it about $20 lower. With a few other improvements this could be a favorite.

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  • adam d.
  • 10/6/2013 11:24:33 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

3 out of 5 eggsUpdated review

Pros: still looks great, plenty of room for all my tech inside. fits my ASUS HD7870 just fine with a big old 212 evo heatsink and many other things ofcourse.

Cons: front usb and headphone/mic ports are extremely cheap, 1 usb port shipped none op. 2 fans for cooling just do not move enough air AT ALLLLLL. not worth 89$ at all, I got it for 45$ and was a good deal at the time.

Other Thoughts: will upgrade fans and dremel in a new one at the top of the case and update.

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  • Peter V.
  • 7/24/2013 5:30:17 AM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsExcellent case!

Pros: Well designed with easy to use HD and burner bays, quiet. I used to use Antec but I like this better than any case I've ever used for DAW.

Cons: None so far

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  • Ryan V.
  • 7/2/2013 7:06:05 AM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsCool, classy and quiet!

Pros: An understated island of class in an ocean of neon and stupid plexiglass windows.
- No gaudy lights, no side windows or pointless vents, no ocean of useless mesh.
- Solid construction; amazingly light considering the sturdyness.
- Sound-deadening foam inserts and filters in a variety of places, but nothing gets in the way.
- Removable 3.5" drive trays are cheap but get the job done; trays include mounting holes for 2.5" drives.
- 5.25" slots are tool-less, hold well.
- Front fan behind easily-removable front bezel has a filter insert for easy cleaning and to help keep dust out!
- Large rubber feet on the bottom for fan clearance, grip and noise reduction.
- Cable management is good, plenty of room to work in.

Cons: Few and far between:
- Front panel cables are all over the place; not bundled. Not uncommon. Surprised there's still not a standard for this.
- Front panel USB 3.0 header and 2.0 header are bound together. The motherboard I purchased doesn't have the 3.0 header slot anywhere near the front 2.0 connectors, so I'm forced to have one dead front port.
- One external bay is made specifically to hold a a 3.5" drive internally, yet is covered by a 5.25" insert on the exterior. Although a 5.25-to-3.5 cover is included, why not just have one external 3.5" bay? Makes an otherwise clean build look a bit clunky.
- Rear fan is 4-pin Molex only? Strange choice when the front fan is 3-pin. The only part I replaced.
- Front door is plastic; looks nice but feels slightly cheap.

Other Thoughts: Picked for my personal build, extremely satisfied and would suggest to anyone wanting a quiet, understated case. Extremely close to being a 5-egg review except for a few foibles, but none of them should really deter you from this case.

Don't know why the primary picture shows a "glossy" finish; this thing is matte all over. Doesn't show fingerprints at all :)

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  • adam d.
  • 6/28/2013 8:36:40 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsgood case, needs alittle more fans.

Pros: Good looking case. I really like how I can hide the cables behind mobo. Not crazy big but had ample room to fit my asus hd7870 (11.5in long) no prob.

Cons: Needs more fans, its has two but the fan sucking in fresh air is hugged up to front panel and a little slot at the bottom. Front usb`s and headphone/mic jacks feel like they will break. Doesnt come piano black like advertised

Other Thoughts: Great case for the 45$ not a great case the original.price of $80. Newegg shipping is so great. I love newegg.

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  • Hong U.
  • 5/21/2013 7:54:21 PM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsDoes reduce noise

Pros: Dropped the noise level about 3 dB. That doesn't seem like much, but it's noticeable to me. I used an android noise level detector, so it's not super accurate.
Toolless 5.25 bays also have screw holes, so you can securely mount as well.
Installation and cable routing were easy.

Cons: The noise reduction foam pieces make the sides a little bulky, but it's worth it. I would have preferred the rear fan to be 3 pin like the front, but it's a small gripe.

Other Thoughts: Wish the USB ports and audio outs were up top. But I knew that going in.

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  • Katerina S.
  • 3/7/2013 6:50:39 PM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsP.S.

Pros: Incomparably lighter than expected by specs. Maybe specs show gross weight, etc., maybe I am accustomed to heavy tankcases, but this Azza is so "Aluminum-like", strikingly light - important, as I've moved too many times in recent years & don't enjoy heavy anything.
Though the downside is walls are thin to achieve this weight with SECC steel.

Cons: Not at this price (esp. after rebate!).
You may however want "Corsair Obsidian" instead, if need more space, thicker walls, & more fans; BUT Obsidians & most other competition were found less silent than this Azza, so no real cons since Azza's goal is quiet operation & lightweight @lowcost.
My other case is Lian, heavy & cavernous/huge, which is why noted Azza's smaller capacity.
The real con is probably Azza's wiring USB2 + USB3, it should be 2 *USB3 ONLY & if customer's Motherboard is obsolete with USB2 only, customer can buy a transition header USB2-->USB3 (which runs at USB2/slower speed) for mere few bucks, though Azza as most manufacturers probably doesn't want to lose sales due to clueles customers with old USB2 Mobos, not realizing this fact. USB2 is inscreasingly useless on modern case's frontpanel (+ increasingly, including ThunderBolt ports is desirable).

Other Thoughts: Not very cavernous, but it's upto MidTower spec anyway, so no complaint - my stuff fits into it (CAD workstation with nVidia's top videocard, 2*RAID's (2 HDD's), 2 SSD's, Corsair 750Watt supply, ATX board, Xigmatek MONSTER cooler for processor, BDWriter, etc.
When I say not cavernous, it's relative to Lian, my other MidTower, which however weighs 22LBs (much heavier than Azza)
Note: it is longer & shorter than typical cases, i.e. it extends farther from you towards wall when placed on workdesk/floor, but is not tall. I assume (?) Azza did so to accomodate latest oversized Videocards which tend to be long, while only affects number of storage devices (HDD's, SSD's) which are enough bays anyways, so it is rather wise design for high-end Video, but Crossfiring/SLI more than 2 cards maybe challenging (?)

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  • Katerina S.
  • 3/3/2013 1:04:56 AM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsCorrection - for my first review

Pros: See my original review (posted by same name & same/few days apart from this).
"Azza Silentum" is an excellent bargain for what it does (silent/professional computng), using here for a CAD workstation build.

Cons: Not a real con but missed following in my original review:

Time for manufacturers to wireup ALL USBports @frontpanel to USB3.0 by default (two), in other words better be both USB3.0, not USB3.0 (one) + USB2.0 (one). If they (e.g. "AZZA") worry about compatibility w/older motherboards lacking USB3.0 header, they can either include a simple USB2.0-->3.0 transition cable forcing frontport to run at USB2.0 (slower) speed, or customer can buy one for mere few dollars, remember USB3.0 is backwards compatible w/USB2.0 anyway.

Not a real con, just a commect/suggestion - for manufacturer's, to quit worrying about old motherboards with their USB2.0's.

Other Thoughts: See my original review (posted by same name & same/few days apart from this).
adding today:
It maybe time for mfg's to start wiring ThunderBolt ports into frontpanel, as is done with USB3.0/2.0/Audio.
My new Intel Extreme Mobo came with TBport already. I understand "wiring" ThunderBolt is not as cheap as lower speed ports, at its enormous data throughput (10Mbps copper line) wire length is very limited to maintain data integrity, but it's not THAT limited as to completely rule out TBports on front panel.
Actually I often add all kinds of ports into frontpanel by using available (empty) 5.25" bay (adding to case's stock frontpanel) - eSATA 6Gbps, regular SATA6Gbps, ATApower-out, Fan control, weather forecst, etc., w/own hands (DIY) modding stock cases. Though new Intel Extreme MoBo already came with many included, even eSATA & ThunderBolt, yet not extremely priced (something Asus could learn from).

P.S. Ultimate solution for ThunderBolt is Optical, not electrical physical layer. In plain English - fiberoptic from MoBo to front port, which has immensely larger length limit to maintain data integrity (so large, you can coil around your house many times & still not lose data integrity, or similar - depends on fiberoptic type), but such are still very costly & found only in top-end workstations.

I predict TBports on frotnpanel, even on-fiberoptic, will be coming soon.

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  • Katerina S.
  • 3/2/2013 10:28:06 PM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsSILENCE/comfort - more silent, yet cheaper/subdued alternative to Corsair, etc.

Pros: Busy, to instead of my usual painfully long/detailed reviews, today a short one:

Wanted a subdued, less "convoluted" version of a quiet powercomputer/workstation case, than well-known offerings from 'Corsair', etc.
What I discovered, not only is this new "Azza's Silentum" exactly that (see above), BUT ALSO even quieter than competing brands/models I've researched, at least in "sane" price range or availability. I am a crazy guy, if something gets into my head I research it to the bottom, for days or longer! Was surprised to see test results whereby "Corsair", some Norwegian model, Antec (?), & a bunch of others (trust me, did look at ALL quiet/silent-computing cases on the market, no time to list here) - scored equal or more noisier than this new product 'SIlentum"! It seems as of today (early March2013), "Silentum" is a new product, or at least no reviews here & other big etailers yet, so took RISK, being one of the earliest to get it.
No regret, it is a well-made case for silent computing AND very cheap (esp. after rebate!).
You will want "Corsair" Obsidian series for more cooling, more elaborate rig & accessories, though.
But remmember "Silentum" is still one of the best for what I needed first - silence, comfortable professional office workstation, yet enough cooling for a very powerful rig here (2 harddrives + 2 SSD's, 2 RAID's, i7-3770K, monster nVidia/GeForce eVGA 580GTX, etc.) for CADdesign, vs. pretty low price comparing to other quiet cases!

Cons: None.
I wish was made in USA, though.

Other Thoughts: You can make ANy computer case quiet or even silent, if you replace all its fans with FDB type (Fludi Dynamic Bearing), place sound-absorbing material in strategic locations, minimize number/area of openings (I call it "sound exhausts"), but besure to provide enough cooling/fans @same time.
Which is easy, I mean just replacing fans with FDB type - all sold at "Newegg" & takes less than 1 hour work, is enough to knock down any case's noise level, ASSUMING your components are modern & not noise-polluters (esp. videocard).
It's justthat "silent case" manufacturers do it for you, they also select proper sound-absorbing material: flame-retadant & yet non-toxic @same time (hopefully, but who knows?).
One last warning:
Despite 'silent" in "silent case"'s product names, I believe (?) you cannot trust that they DO use the best & quietest FDB-type fans at this cheap price, so if you have time/money to waste, you replace fans in these cases for even better ones. I hope stock fans in "silent" cases are already chosen for their quietness,
+ AND you can add a FAN SPEED switch/rheostat on front panel either DIY or buy stock.

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