AZZA Fusion 3000 Full Tower CaseFeb 22nd, 2012 | By Jared
Once the Fusion 3000 is unwrapped you can appreciate its size. Inputs along the front include one USB 2.0/1.0, two USB 3.0 and mic/headphone jacks. The power and reset buttons are located in the center. For a tower this size I am a little disappointed there are only 3 USB ports on the front, though I am happy that 2 of them are USB 3.0. There is a small lever on the right hand side of the top that opens and closes the top vents.
The lower front section houses two 120mm intake fans and swings open to reveal the six 3.5″ HDD and four 2.5″ SSD Easy Swap trays. Six screws hold a screen over the fans which are easily replaced if need be.
Both sets of docks are easily removed and you can see the SATA connection panels inside.
The left side of the case has a large vented opening with a thing plexiglass window along the top while the right side is solid. There is a filter over the opening that easily slides out for cleaning.
Looking at the back, the Fusion 3000 has you covered for watercooling with a total of seven different predrilled holes. A total of ten PCI expansion slots ensure compatibility with even the largest XL-ATX motherboards. Much like the side panel, there is a removable filter under the PSU area.
The top panel is easily removed for access to the top water cooling radiator mounts.
Here is a closer look at the bottom of the case minus the case feet. While there is a removable filter over the PSU area, the fan mount in the bottom of the case does not have a filter.