Computer cases manufacturer, AZZA, has just showcased some of the new PC cases that the company has been working on. The unique cases come in all shapes and sizes that were shown off at the recent Computex 2023 event.
The first two cases by AZZA are the Sanctum 810 and the Mesa 811. The 810 features a spaces square glass enclosure with powerful airflow capabilities, while the stunning Mesa 811 features an asymmetrical clear cup showpiece with individually removable glass and aluminum sheets.
The Sanctum 819 is the latest concept that is capable of displaying larger components and water-cooled systems. The transparent glass enclosure and brushed aluminum base are highlighted by the metal frame, which strikes a balance between a modern and industrial appearance. The dual-chamber compartment for extensive cable management is tucked away inside the aluminum base, and the front fans are oriented to effectively draw or push air through the mesh cover to cool the graphics card. Cooling won’t be an issue thanks to the large glass and mesh enclosure’s support for up to 7 x 120 mm fans.
The Mesa 811 is an asymmetrical enclosure that can hold motherboards that range in size from E-ATX to MINI-ITX. It supports maximum CPU cooler heights of 160 mm and graphics cards up to 380 mm. Three front fan openings and one more fan port in the back give additional ventilation, while the distinctively curved brushed aluminium walls contain special groove cut-outs that enable air intake or exhaust for air cooling or water cooling.
The Neo 500’s newly designed mesh front panel offers exceptional airflow while maintaining the device’s aesthetic simplicity. This enclosure meets the criteria for broad compatibility and potent features thanks to increased dimension support for GPUs up to 380mm in length and motherboard support for E-ATX, ATX, Micro-ATX, and MINI-ITX. A full front-to-back air circulation is made possible by the front mesh and three x 120 mm pre-installed front fans, resulting in optimal ventilation. The Neo 500 is ideal for individuals who love minimalistic metallic undertones and maintains a refined appearance overall.
Last month, AZZA launched its all-in-one SP240 and SP360 liquid coolers in Europe.
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