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AZZA Titan 240 Mid-Tower Chassis Review

By: Chad Sebring | Mid-Tower Cases in Cases, Cooling & PSU | Posted: Jul 5, 2017 1:16 am
TweakTown Rating: 95%Manufacturer: AZZA

Inside the Titan 240

 

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The front panel comes free from the chassis, and we find no signs of dust filtration inside of the bezel. We do see that there is a fan mounted on one of the locations in the front, and there is a break-out panel in one of the two 5.25" bays.

 

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Once we removed the tempered glass side panel, our view into the Titan 240 is cleared up. The paperwork is in a bag floating free in the case, the hardware is clipped into the optical bays, and the wiring is tied up so that nothing inside of the chassis will cause damage in transit.

 

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We would have liked some form of tool-less help in the 5.25" bays, but screws are needed for any device to be mounted in these bays. We also figured out that the bays are riveted into the frame, so they are not removable to improve on cooling capabilities.

 

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It was at this point that we realized that the front of the chassis would not only allow for a pair of 120mm fans, but it also has holes in place to allow a pair of 140mm fans as well. Just to the left of the fan, on the motherboard tray, we find space for a pair of 2.5" drives, or a single 3.5" drive can be mounted there instead.

 

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The top of the chassis will only allow for a pair of 120mm fans or water cooling with a thin radiator. Also, notice that the wires stay attached to the top panel, so accessing this after wire management can be problematic if not accounted for.

 

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The motherboard tray comes with six standoffs installed, it has a good-sized access hole, and there is a combination of fifteen tie points and seven holes to manage the wires. We do notice that the standoff locations are not marked, and we do think AZZA could have installed all nine of them.

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