As you can see, there’s a lot of room inside the Hurrican 2000. Honestly, most power supplies are sleeved from the factory so it should look cleaner than the one in the above image. Depending on the hardware installed, you could even have an option to install another intake fan on the bottom.
Here is the same view, only with a GTX 480 installed. There is still a lot of room to work with when you have a card of that length installed.
I thought a view with a drive installed would be somewhat beneficial to the reader.
Here’s another shot of the Azza Hurrican 2000 powered up. As previously stated, there wasn’t any indication on fan speeds or airflow for the fans. Judging from my hearing and hand tests, fan speeds are set low enough to not be obnoxious and the airflow is, well, a tad low to my liking but should do the job. 230mm fans are normally around the 700-1000 RPM range so those are usually pretty quiet anyway.
Here we have the SSD mounted onto the carrier supplied.
I mentioned earlier in the review that the right side panel was stamped outward which would give it some wiggle room for cable routing. I wasn’t too far off on that assumption as there is almost an inch of room (measured at the CPU cutout hole) to work with when the panel is on.
This isn’t my best routing work ever. As mentioned a bit ago, most power supplies are sleeved from the get-go so cable routing would probably be cleaner than the image above. That also depends on the amount of hardware installed.