Azza Stealth CSAZ-105 - New ITX mobile gamer case

Redbeard80

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Looks like the case that the Cyberpower Fang Battlebox is based off of is finally available by itself.

Here is the Cyberpower case:
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and open:
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Here is the plain case from Azza: (They look the same except for the top cover. )
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PSU would be on the left and Mainboard on the right:
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Long story short, I have been in the market to build an ITX system and I was considering the EVGA Hadron or the Corsair 380t. I actually tried to find more info on the BattleBox but wasn't willing to buy from Cyberpower. I like the 380t but its a bit on the large side.

While browsing Newegg yesterday I did find it for sale finally - Here. The price is $90. ($20 rebate not included) The model is CSAZ-105.

High level points:
* ITX Form factor
* Can fit large video cards - although no max sizes are given
* Can fit standard PSUs - although no max sizes are given
* Nice handle for transportation
* You actually remove the inner steel cage to install components. This might make installs a bit easier than some cramped ITS setups.
* It does look like a tacklebox
* The flat black looks pretty boring from the pictures
* Can handle at least some AIO water cooling - Cyberpower managed to fit a few different configs with 120mm based units
* Might be cool for modding? Maybe somehow get a LCD in there?

In any case, I ordered one to check it out.
 

Redbeard80

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Nice find, you are right. Other than the clasp being red, I think the are exactly the same.
 

lvyelion

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At almost 30 liters, this is quite a huge case, should not be considered SFF
 

trugate

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I had to send this to a friend, he wanted something with a handle but there's not much out there that's sturdy, small(er) and takes a full ATX psu. Nice find, price isn't terrible. Too flashy for my taste, I'd love to see something smaller without all the fancy looks.
 
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