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AZZA Fantom 900 ATX Midi Tower Case - Accessories and Documentation

While Antec's Nine Hundred holds strong presence in the mid tower market, there's a new 900 on the block from a mob called AZZA with big potential.

By: | Other Cases in Cases, Cooling & PSU | Posted: May 4, 2009 11:44 am
TweakTown Rating: 87%Manufacturer: AZZA

Accessories and Documentation


AZZA Fantom 900 ATX Midi Tower Case

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Here we have a good look at all the included hardware and instruction guide. To the left is the include cage for HDD's, and its 140mm fan that doubles as the case intake. I removed and slightly repacked the "goodie box". No worries though, all that fell loose was the motherboard speaker and a few wire ties. The Instruction manual is folded in quarters and opens up to reveal a comprehensive parts list and very basic instructions on how to make everything go together.


AZZA Fantom 900 ATX Midi Tower Case

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Here is what I found packed inside of the "goodie box", well most of it anyways. AZZA ships a bag of thumbscrews, drive mounting screws, and risers inside the baggie. Flanking the USB and audio connection pin-out sheet is the floppy drive or card reader adapters. At the bottom is the motherboard speaker, and just right of that is the floppy drive face plate to install if you choose to use a floppy drive. That leaves the additional three wire management straps that AZZA includes, aside from the two that are in place in the rear of the tray.


AZZA Fantom 900 ATX Midi Tower Case

(Click the above image for the large version)


Here we have a closer look at the included cage AZZA ships inside the Fantom 900. AZZA took this cage a little more serious than most I have seen to this point. The cage allows for up to four HDD's to be installed. The real addition to their take on the hard drive cage is that they have placed high density foam down as a lining, again to keep the drives from vibrating and causing any squeaks or rattles. One thing I think AZZA overlooked at this point is that the supplied screws are a tad short to actually get all four of them into the drive without really compressing the cage to try it. I did eventually win, and got one screw per side installed.


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