The Azza Hurrican 2000 is shipped in a very descriptive box that definitely gives you an idea of what you just bought yourself into. The bottom images on the box almost conned me into thinking that the LED’s changed colors.
In reality, there are two versions of this case: a blue LED and a red LED (CSAZ-2000R) version. It would have been cool to have them change colors, but that’s just me. Luckily, there are a lot of features in this case. Unfortunately, there is not any mention of airflow or fan speeds on the box or Azza’s website.
The box got a tad beat up, but not too bad at all.
No worries since the Hurrican 2000 was packed nicely inside to protect it from those rough housing shippers.
The accessories included were oddly crammed into a rather small box that was wrapped in tape to keep it shut, but they all fit. They include extra Sata cables, power cables, ties and few zip ties, screws, a floppy driver faceplate and adapter (that can house a fan controller, too, if it is the proper size) a motherboard speaker and last, but not least, a diagram for the motherboard headers. The Hurrican 2000 does indeed come with an informative manual, but unfortunately one of my Boxers got a hold of it before I could get it out of her reach.