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Pros: This AZZA case pretty much does everything for you.
1. Tons of fans.
2. Big work space.
3. Good dust filters.
4. fan controller on the back.
Cons: After about one year with this case, I have become more and more annoyed by it's issues.
1. There is no room for an aftermarket CPU cooler: the tops of the cooler collide with the side fan on the AZZA case when the side panel is on all the way. I haven't been able to keep the side panel on, except while moving the case. And if I forget to take it off again, when I turn on my computer I will be greeted by one of the loudest, more terrible noises a computer could make.
If anyone can help me with that it would be much appreciated.
2. This case isn't the most cable friendly. The back of my case bulges out due to the power supply cords, and was also very hard to put on after doing cable management behind the case.
3. Not much room for customization.
by that I mean, you can't add more fans without removing old ones.
4. Pretty loud.
Other Thoughts: Azza really should have thought to test their case with an aftermarket cooler. I am using the hyper 212, one of the most common on the market.
If you can, go with a fractal R4 or h440. Those cases are very common for a reason.