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AZZA Toledo 301 Review

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Price: $79.99


A new case is probably one of the toughest choices to make in a fresh build. There are a whole plethora of options to consider when buying a case. Good looks and cooling performance are just a few of these options up for consideration. For whatever suits your taste, Azza has a case for you. The Azza Toledo 301 packs some neat features such as blue LED fans, a 250mm side intake fan, and even a few tool-less solutions. The Toledo 301 also includes support for a few more fans beyond what it ships with so there is plenty of room for expandability. The case even features great water cooling support which includes a total of four holes with grommets in the rear as well as a removable top panel to allow for radiator installations. So just what else does this case have in store? You won't know unless you read on.

Closer Look:

One quick look at the box and you'll notice the same thing is featured on each side of the box. Specifically both the left and right side of the box have a table of specifications whilst the front and back have the same shot of the case from the top down. It would be nice to have another look at what is inside before opening the box or to even have a few more details, but it is what is on the inside that counts.













With the box opened we are greeted with the top of the case sandwiched between the usual two pieces of Styrofoam and wrapped in a plastic bag.



It is of course what is on the inside of the box that counts. So just what is in there?

  1. Introduction & Closer Look
  2. Closer Look (The Case)
  3. Closer Look (The Internal Components)
  4. Specifications & Features
  5. Testing: Setup and Results
  6. Conclusion
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