Azza Hurrican 2000 Pro Reviews
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Azza Hurrican 2000 Reviews8
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"The AZZA Hurrican 2000 provides lots of features for its price tag, being a product clearly targeted to the user who wants a case with lots of features but doesn’t want to sell a kidney to buy one."
"Azza has made an awesome case with the Hurrican 2000. With features that more expensive cases have at a lower price, I really can't see why anyone would pass on the Hurrican 2000."
"The Hurrican 2000 is a big, roomy, full-tower case lots of cooling options. If large fans are your cup-of-tea then check this one out!"
"My first impression of the case judging by pictures alone didn't really spark my excitement for the Hurrican 2000 because the pictures don't do a lot of justice for the case. In the product pictures, the big piece of plastic on the left side panel makes the case look off balance, goofy, and as if it has too much extra plastic. However, in person the look is unique - in a good way. This plastic piece on the side panel that houses the fans removes the potential clearance issues caused by having the fans otherwise inset into the case, as I have experienced with previous cases with large side intake fans that had to be removed in order to accommodate large CPU coolers. I will admit, I expect a certain percentage of people to not like the look of the case, being those that prefer more "concrete" designs. I can speak for this as I used to feel this way about certain cases, but with the AZZA Hurrican 2000, it is not form over function like a lot of others with similar design - but a thoughtful and balanced combination of both."
"But never can only good be said about something; the Hurrican 2000 does have its faults. First, performance isn’t top of its class, as seen when compared to other highly acclaimed NZXT Phantom. Second, I believe that all the fans could be kicked up a few hundred RPM (particularly the massive 230mm fans) to jump across that performance gap, without sacrificing any audible levels. But with all that aside, AZZA has impressed the gamer and system builder within me with their newly released Hurrican 2000."