Azza Solano 1000

  • Azza Solano 1000
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Pros:

  • Extremely efficient airflow design, Room for any components including the larger video cards available, Nice touch with the blue lighting, Top mounted USB, eSATA and audio ports, Plenty of room available for drive expansion, Very sturdy construction.
  • The huge side panel fan is stylish, Plenty of cooling (5 fans), External SATA port, Lots of thumbscrews, Bottommounted PSU, HD cages have foam lining, Good price point (approx. $80)
  • Price, Quality, Performance, Blue LEDs, Tons of Fans, Thumbscrews, 3 USB Ports, Bottom Mount PSU, 3Way Toggle for top fan

Cons:

  • Ports on top, No front door, HDD cage removal requires removal of both side panels, Cheap side window material
  • This is the best case I have ever used for that reason I give it an Editors Choice Award:

Expert reviews and ratings

By TechwareLabs on -

With all things considered this case is worth the money. As mentioned in Azza’s take on this case it will satisfy some major needs of gamers and power users but not all. Extremely silent, plenty of air flow, has multiple holes in the back panel...

By High Tech Reviews on -

It is now time to get out the score card and see just how well the AZZA Solano does in the final tally. Lets start and talk about the price, Newegg is offering the case and $9.00 shipping for $119.00, in our opinion this is a very good price and...

By GamePyre on -

There is a lot to like about the AZZA Solano 1000 case. First is the painted black interior. Second is the ease of use of installation on the case. The ability to install extended ATX and Micro ATX motherboards gives maximum flexibility. Cooling on...

By Legit Reviews on -

The Solano 1000 from Azza is a solid case and gives the gamer community another 900 variant. Looking forward to more from Azza....

By Hi Tech Legion on -

So now we come to the part where I give you my opinion of this case. The part where you ask me whether or not you should buy the case for your new gaming build. The part where….well, OK, you get the point. This case is one of my favorite cases I...

By BCCHardware on 82

I enjoyed the Azza Solano case very much; while it doesnt make the top grade mark it has some redeeming features. Nice cable management, no door, medium cooling performance. For $150 Canadian at NCIX without a PSU it will take a bite out of your...

By Pureoverclock on -

Once in awhile a computer tower comes along that becomes so popular that it achieves an almost iconic status. It is then not uncommon for other manufacturers to come out with enclosures that bear a striking resemblance to original design. Across the...

By Icrontic on -

AZZA recently sent us one of their Solano 1000 PC cases to evaluate. AZZA was founded on a simple principle of providing customers with exceptional service and quality for a value-driven price. The Solano 1000 is targeted at gamers and power users,...

By OverClock Intelligence Agency on -

Despite having never heard of Azza previously, I was thoroughly impressed with the Solano 1000 case. The nicest cosmetic touch in my opinion is the fact that every square inch of steel panel, both inside and out, has been painted black. Aluminum...

By OverclockersQH on -

I must say I was pleasantly surprised with the AZZA Solano 1000 Gaming PC Case’s performance over the Thermaltake. One drawback worth mentioning is the positioning of the 240mm side fan; I was unable to use my high profile noctua cooler with the...

By ExtremeTech on 70

If you worry more about heat than noise, this could be the case for you; but if you demand silence, look elsewhere....