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    hi guys i am ordering my new comp parts tomorrow and i am really stuck on what new case to get, right now it is a toss up between the HAF X full tower or the AZZA Hurrican the AZZA seems to be the best but there seems to be no one that uses them, is it a secret gem that no one knows about or is the HAF X just the best for air flow and yes i know what the HAF stands for, all I care about is cooling not other options and the AZZA is the more pricey though not by much and it hits my "most i will pay" I need an un biased opinion too many people have told me HAF X but have never even heard of the Hurrican so don't think I can trust their opinion I watched the video review for Both, is there anyone who has used both and can clear this up for me

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    Default Re: Need serious advice asap

    Check out the AZZA 9000. I think you will like it.

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    Look at the Rosewill Blackhawk Ultra too. The air flow is fantastic in this case.

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    If I had to choose between the 2 I would go with the Cooler Master case. the aesthetic appeal and air flow are awesome..
    While the Azza is not a bad case I am not liking the aesthetics as much, but also the airflow to me seems to be a little more restrictive based on the design.

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    well i found the 9000 is same price as hurrican so the hurrican is out now but the blackhawk is cool too didn't know about that one so now i ask which of the 2 would allow a good proc cooler and eventually i will go liquid cool which will give me best options there, personally i don't like the look of the HAF which is why i am trying to find better or equal in quality, i will use it if i must but all the people i know have HAF's, i am hoping for a unique case

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    The Blackhawk is nice.. that case is massive and great for cooling. I think Neil reviewed this case so he can tell you more.

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    The half x is a real good case also.I have the halfx 912 & the 932 advanced. You also stated you will be doing waco.That is why I said to look at the AzzA 9000. I want to get the AzzA9000.

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    i want massive i never want to have to buy another case so thats why the insistence on full tower i am hoping it would be a one time investment i know some parts need lots of space and since i know so little i figured a full tower would eliminate future problems i dont think the case should have to get much bigger whereas parts do

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    yeah the 9000 is sexy that tray thing is neat too

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    The Blackhawk is good for Air or Water. There is loads of room in it, and it comes with a LOT of fans in it.
    All of the fans are Red LED, and they're quiet too.
    It has a top mounted SATA hotswap drive adaptor that comes in handy for me a lot.

    It's design is superb.



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    what would you use the hotswap for, i am such a noob i don't even know what raid set up is well i kinda understand but i have never done it, not even sure if i can. would it be hard to swap out the reds for blues?

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    Quote Originally Posted by duff021 View Post
    what would you use the hotswap for, i am such a noob i don't even know what raid set up is well i kinda understand but i have never done it, not even sure if i can. would it be hard to swap out the reds for blues?
    The hot swap bay allows you to slide a harddrive into it and connect it while the system is running. It's a full SATA-III speed connection and is fast.
    If you want blue fans, you can change these red ones, but you should price them first. It may drive your costs up.
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    when under load what kind of temps do you get and are anyof those fans added or come stock i mean mainly the ones on your hdd enclosures on the inside of case, p.s sweet rig totally jealous

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    Take a look at the NZXT Switch 810 and the Phantom 820, both are great cases. The Blackhawk is nice, but it weighs over40lbs empty. I would aslso suggest taking a good look at the Cooler Master Cosmos II Ultra.

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    Here's my Cosmos II, only differnce is I sold the Asus Matrix 580s and installed three new EVGA GTX 680s
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    The Blackhawk came with all of the fans you see in the pics (both sides of the HDD Bays) except for the Orange fans on the CPU cooler.
    They are all either 230mm or 140mm in size.

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