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Plenty of internal space; effective cooling system; very attractive design.
Very unique cooling design, Includes 8 fans, Power supply mounting options with rubber standoffs, Dust filter on intake fans as well as underneath, Cable management options, Easy installation of drives, Spacious interior, USB 3.0 connectivity, Can hold la
Tons Of Cooling, Looks AWESOME!, Great Build Quality, 120mm Motherboard fan, Sturdy Toolless Design, Nice Sized Motherboard Backplate Access.
Huge case with lots of comfortable space for components, Hotswap drive rack is a perfect addition!, Cooling setup is perfect, Great contender for large watercooling setups, Lots of small details, like cable routing holes in the backplate, make it a joy to
Toolless installation throughout, Easy Hot Swap HDD Bays, Great airflow, Thumbscrews in all the expansion slots, Lighting has a nice effect, Dust filters, Front access USB 3.0 and eSATA.
Big and heavy; no included air filters for the fans.
Simple rear fan switch, Hot Swap bays do not support SSDs, Limited internally mounted watercooling options, Molex power connections on the majority of fans, Minimal RPM fans
Would be nice to see the last two hotswap backplanes included for the bottom bays
By Tom's Hardware UK on March 14, 2012
Big radiators need lots of space that most enclosures simply weren't designed to offer. We're using Swiftech’s latest triple-fan cooler to test the fitment and performance in four cases supposedly set up to accommodate high-end water cooling...-
By Top Review Shop on February 15, 2011
Building a new PC from the ground up requires a solid foundation and that means a solid case with good air-flow and plenty of space for expansion. However, you also want it to look good since you will most likely have to look at it every day for quite...90
By Overclockers Online on December 05, 2010
AZZA has nailed the high performance market with their newly released Hurrican 2000, and has good reason to have such success. Utilizing four 230mm fans throughout the case dropped noise issues and improved cooling performance, the exterior design of...-
By Pureoverclock on November 03, 2010
AZZA has a new full tower cased called the Hurrican 2000. Sounds like hurricane, but drop the last letter. ; Although, I suppose it’s a play on words and it’s meant to evoke thoughts of hurricanes and high wind, or airflow, inside the case....-
By techPowerUp! on November 02, 2010
The Hurricane 2000 certainly is the premier case currently produced by Azzatek with a unique cooling solution implemented, a spacious interior, and an overall quality look. It's extremely pleasant to see a manufacturer continue to improve on designs...91
By Neoseeker on October 28, 2010
The AzzA Hurrica 2000 is definitely a big, beefy safe for all of your computer hardware. It has been constructed from Japanese steel and feels really solid and sturdy, but it is also very refined as I found no sharp or rough edges. There is plenty of...-
By OverclockersQH on October 27, 2010
Well there you have it, you have just been introduced to one of the coolest cases I have ever personally used. Building in this chassis was a dream; the amount of fans in this case would keep even the hottest build nice and frosty. I have reviewed a...-
By DreamWare Computers on October 22, 2010
The AZZA Hurrican 2000 is a high end full tower case that's certainly worth the investment. It may set you back around $171CDN, but all the features packed into this case are worth it. Not only is it a big case with plenty of room for components and...-
By TechwareLabs on October 21, 2010
Overall, I really liked the Azza Hurrican 2000. It was very roomy, but doesn’t seem to big sitting on my floor. It also has a pretty sleek design that is very unique. It’s build quality is well worth it’s price of $139, and it’s...-
By Legit Reviews on October 20, 2010
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....-