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While Azza may not be as large of a brand name as NZXT, Cooler Master, etc; they do produce a variety of cases that look great and are excellent quality. In fact they are the only manufacturer I have seen thus far to have a removable motherboard tray that can be configured in either ATX or R-ATX. I know I can't be the only owner out there on OCN, so come on ya'll and post some pictures and get a small community going. This would also provide a good centralized place for anyone looking for ideas or answers about the cases.

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yutzybrian - Genesis 9000B - sold
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Newegg overview of Genesis 9000



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The Azza Genesis is priced at $170-$180 making it a damn good value if you ask me. There aren’t many cases in this price range (or higher price ranges) that give you the features of the Genesis.
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Pictures of mine

My entire setup
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Love this fan controller, little pricey for only 4 channels but at 50W a channel I can run more than one fan off each channel
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Kinda orange but looks alright with the build
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Modding front bay cover for temperature display
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Bottom is inlet, top is for fillport, and side to pump. The fitting with the wire is a temperature sensor
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Handy place for a dual pump setup. Mounted with velcro
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The liquid tube ports fit a fill port perfect. Score!
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Fill 'er up
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Beautiful case! What is the temperature monitoring display you have toward the bottom of your case? Is that for your GPU?

So you're not using the stock fan controls then, I see. Any reason for that? Do the stock fan buttons only control the LEDs for you now?

If you don't mind, could you also measure the height of the case along the front edge of the top cover? The top curves down on both sides (front and back), and I would like to see how much room it will have under my desk at the very front.
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I so wanted that case but i don't know.

I currently have a azza case modded of course in my buildlog biggrin.gif

I agree there nice cases!



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Also, I'm thinking it'd be cool to have an L-shaped window modded in the vented side door, within the protruding square area around the large [screened?] cutout. I don't even know where I'd begin though, as I've never cut metal at home before (once in a machine shop elsewhere).
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Beautiful case! What is the temperature monitoring display you have toward the bottom of your case? Is that for your GPU?

It's a FrozenCPU water temperature monitor. It has a fitting that is hooked into my 5-way adapter to monitor the water temperature of the loop. Its only about 12F above room temp at the moment (yes I run in Fahrenheit tongue.gif)

http://www.frozencpu.com/products/10996/tmp-53/FrozenCPUcom_Custom_Thermal-Star_Bitspower_Liquid_Cooling_Temp_Probe_Display.html?tl=g30c101s457
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So you're not using the stock fan controls then, I see. Any reason for that? Do the stock fan buttons only control the LEDs for you now?

Correct, I prefer more precise control of the fans (plus I was using more than the built in controller handles). The button pretty much turns the case lights on and off now
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If you don't mind, could you also measure the height of the case along the front edge of the top cover? The top curves down on both sides (front and back), and I would like to see how much room it will have under my desk at the very front.

It measures 26" at its highest point (about center) and is 25" in the very front
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Also, I'm thinking it'd be cool to have an L-shaped window modded in the vented side door, within the protruding square area around the large [screened?] cutout. I don't even know where I'd begin though, as I've never cut metal at home before (once in a machine shop elsewhere).

Dremel, drill, masking tape, rivets, and rivet gun. Pretty basic stuff when it comes to window mods
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I so wanted that case but i don't know.
I currently have a azza case modded of course in my buildlog biggrin.gif
I agree there nice cases!

Great looking solarno thumb.gif Added ya to the list
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Great looking solarno thumb.gif Added ya to the list

Ty its getting a overhaul for ivy biggrin.gif

will post pics in here when done parts should be here wed!



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Still got some work to do but it has to wait till after the foldathon And inc frozen q tvirus ress biggrin.gif ordering it fri!

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