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Accommodates extra-long video cards, Easy installation of 3,5- and 5,25-inch drives, Attractive, mature look.
Plenty of drive bays, low price, able to fit large graphics cards, good cooling features, cable management, nice looking exterior.
Good feature set; Water cooling options; Easy setup and future expansion options; Inexpensive price without sacrificing quality
Highly affordable price point for all the features you get, Unique and edgy looks that aren't too overdone, Three included fans, Quiet stock cooling system, Motherboard back plate cutouts for cable management and CPU cooler installation, Included SSD
Large 250mm Side Fan, Lots of Ventilation With Fins, SemiTool Free, Water Cooling Ready, Good Cable Room, CPU Tray Cut Out, Fits up to 340mm GPU.
Installation requires screwdriver, Mounting mechanism for 5,25-inch drives affects all bays at once, Inefficient 3,5-inch caddy design, Top and front panels difficult to remove, Limited front-panel port selection.
No USB 3.0
Would be nice to see toolless rear slots too, Absence of USB 3.0 ports
By PC Mag on January 26, 2012
Despite some handy features and a look that’s intriguing but not gaudy, the AZZA Toledo 301 gaming PC case suffers from some design issues that will discourage hard-core DIYers....60
By OverclockersQH on July 07, 2011
The Azza Toledo I found to be a awesome case. When they said that they wanted a budget case for gamers they meant it, with the copious amounts of bay space, giant cooling fans and the nice cable management they are certainly giving you your monies...-
By Top Review Shop on June 30, 2011
One of the first and most difficult decisions to make when building a new PC is which case to choose. There is a wide range of options to consider when buying a case. Good looks...80
By Legit Reviews on June 21, 2011
Azza's Toledo 301 is priced too high with too many poorly designed features, surpassed by better options on the market....-
By DreamWare Computers on June 20, 2011
In the last year a couple cases from AZZA have passed through our hands here at DreamWare Computers. All of our staff who have had the opportunity to check out the cases from AZZA have all had very good words to say for them considering the great...-
By BCCHardware on June 12, 2011
I found the AZZA Toledo 301 to be constructed well. Its chassis is made of 1mm SECC steel. Although it has a lot of plastic on the front and top, it does not feel flimsy. The tool-less mounting system for HDD and optical drive was easy to use. It...82
By Hi Tech Legion on June 09, 2011
At first glance I thought that the Toledo 301 looked very familiar to me. I was puzzled because I couldn't put my finger on it. Today, it finally hit me. As a huge gamer, I am exposed to all kinds of "armor" that programmers place in fantasy or...-
By Overclockers Club on May 20, 2011
The Azza Toledo 301 brings a lot of neat features to the table. It supports a 240mm radiator, so if water cooling is in your area of interest, than this is definitely an option to consider. It also features great tool-less solutions for the hard...-
By Hardware Secrets on May 20, 2011
The AZZA Toledo 301 comes with a terrific price tag. The manufacturer, however, had to make some concessions. It is a good case for its price range, but users that like features such as air filters will have to pick a different product.Strong...-
By Pro-Clockers on May 08, 2011
The AZZA Toledo 301 is a nice looking case, we have to admit. The change from the typical fully-mesh front look we are always seeing, is a welcome change. But the Toledo 301 is more than a fresh look as it offers most of the features one would be...-