Azza Hurrican 2000 Full Tower PC Case ReviewWed, Oct 20, 2010 - 12:00 AM
Azza Hurrican 2000 Conclusion
I like the Azza Hurrican 2000. It’s got a nice look with quality craftsmanship. Frankly, there aren’t too many bad things I can really say about this case. It’s got a lot of room to work with, an all black exterior and interior (which I do like in cases these days). The price point is fantastic at $129.99 over at Newegg and with their mail in rebate going on at the moment, it’s an even sweeter deal at $94.99. Couple that with the one year warranty it’s equipped with, you now have a harder choice between this, the Cooler Master HAF X and the Antec Dark Fleet DF-85. Some may not like the look but that’s their opinion. There are a few things I can say I’m not too fond of, and it’s just me being really nit picky about it. Not all the fans have LED’s in them. In my mind if you’re going to have LED’s in the fans, make sure they all have them and not just half of the amount that are installed. The top fans and the rear fan don’t have LED’s which is a bit of a bummer.
Second, although the low fan speeds are nice on the ears, I would like to feel more airflow than currently provided even if it is enough to do the job. Last, the fan on the side panel behind the CPU cutout can sometimes cause an issue shutting the door. It would really depend on the length of cable put behind there and how you route the cable around the fan. I had a short cable so I did not have much room to work with in that aspect. Like I said, those are just my nitpicks. The Azza Hurrican 2000 is a great case and I honestly can’t say very many bad things about it. That alone, to me, is worth the money saved over some other cases on the market. I don’t think you’ll be disappointed at all picking Azza Hurrican 2000 to be the case for you.
Legit Bottom Line: Azza has made an awesome case with the Hurrican 2000. With features that more expensive cases have at a lower price, I really can’t see why anyone would pass on the Hurrican 2000.