From the pictures on the box, it appears that the Helios 910 comes in two colors. When I saw this, I thought that maybe I could change the colors of the LED’s on the front and side panel from red to blue. AZZA has two colors in the 910 line, red and blue, but apparently in order to save money, they use the same box for both. It’s a little misleading, but the Helios 910R comes in only one color, red. Besides, it wouldn’t make sense to have the interior of the 910R painted all red, but have blue LED’s for the front and side, now would it?
Along with the case, AZZA also throws in some extra parts that could be useful in assembling the final product. A set of brackets that can be used to mount either a floppy drive or a card reader is painted red to match the interior. There are screw nuts and screws for mounting the motherboard inside the case. There are also two types of thumb screws for mounting optical drives and the FDD bracket along with a couple of cable ties and a small speaker. The user’s manual is not much of a manual at all. I found myself looking at the manual several times, trying to figure out which connectors from the case should be plugged into the motherboard. I eventually had to pull out my motherboard manual and use them both to figure out the proper setup.
Let’s take a look at the case now.