You have to take a look at several pictures of the Azza Nova 8000 before you truly understand just how the orange and black case looks; to then decide if it is hot or not. The swing out doors which allow you to access your drives are a unique feature but arguable one of limited usage. Leaving the aesthetics behind, the case supports up to E-ATX boards at 589x221x574mm (21.6×8.7×22.6") in size and supports up to four 120mm fans or up to a 360mm radiator at the top and a 240mm one on the bottom. With up to 13 drives supported the case is certainly aimed towards the data pack rat and helps to explain the drive chambers somewhat, but not so much the colour scheme. Check out the full review at Overclockers Club if the picture below doesn't immediately scare you off.
"The fit and finish of this case is top notch. All the panels lined up and fit together nicely. The top I/O panel gives you two USB 3.0 and two USB 2.0 ports, which is fairly standard on a case this size, and the colorful LEDs break up the monotony you find with many cases that use single-color LEDs. And while I am talking about LEDs, the gentle orange glow from the front fan adds a nice touch."
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