Case Build & Finished Product
While the appeal of the Titan 240 may not be everyone's cup of tea, the styling is growing on us. The diamond pattern is a nice way to break up the panel with added flare, and the window at the bottom is a nice addition too.
There are no issues when it comes to the room inside of the case, or with alignment and fitment. Even with the longer video card, we still have room for water cooling in the front of the case, and at the top. The video card does sag a bit, but we do not expect miracles in a case this affordable.
The dust shield gave us no fits, and the video card fits easy enough, but we did have to force the back of the case inward to align the screws. The PSU gave us a touch of trouble, but that is due to the length limitation, not in the way it screws into the case.
With a plethora of options for wire management, wires can be spread out to fit behind the door. The PSU is a tight fit, but we managed to get it by the HDD cage. As we have things here, the right side panel slipped onto the chassis without any conflicts encountered.
One last look before we power the Titan 240 for our last look. We like that AZZA did not go too far with the level of tint to the glass and other windows. It allows for a fair view of the components, even without additional light to help it.
Adding the cable to the PSU and pressing the power button to give us what we see now. There is a thin blue light between the power and reset, which also has a red LED to flicker with HDD usage. The fan in the front of the case has white LEDs to match the AZZA nameplate, and it just so happens that the Zotac and Corsair plaques also match the theme.
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