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Feb 24, 12 at 8:37pm

Pretty neat idea but I think the dual mobo hybrids would be a bit more money and space efficient. They're too few and far between though.

Feb 24, 12 at 8:03pm

sure can take a lot of fans. sure is ugly.

Feb 24, 12 at 2:22pm

This epic monstrosity looks like total overkill, but somehow I'd expect it to have more internal drive bays. It looks like it could probably have like 3 more. Look at the distance between the PSU and the front wall. There could be like 4 hard drives in there, if they'd be mounted sort of like sideways, so that all the plugs and connectors would be at the side of the case.

Also, most people who'd see that thing would probably be like me and ask why anyone would need that huge top compartment, because water cooling alone shouldn't take THAT much space. So it would be convenient if the big flat side of the top compartment would be a window. And if someone does have an additional little system up there, then all the more reason to put a big window there.

There should be a bigger window in the lower side. That frame that holds the filter doesn't look too transparent.

Feb 24, 12 at 2:09am

AZZA's Fusion 4000 isn't just a high-end enclosure; this towering beast is so roomy it even has room for another PC system inside should you feel the need to slap a mini-ITX based setup atop your current rig. That means it supports dual power supplies and multiple water-cooling radiators measuring up to 480mm. Find out if all that space is more than just show in our latest case review.

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