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AZZA Inferno 310 Case Review

Just recently we took a look at AZZA’s Storm 6000W case, a white behemoth with four RGB LED fans and plenty of room to work with. Well, AZZA has sent us another case to check out, and that is what we are going to do here. The Inferno 310 is a mid-tower case from AZZA’s X-Series of cases, and with room for up to ATX-sized motherboards and a 360mm radiator up top, this mid-tower looks to provide plenty of building options. Add in a tempered glass side panel and a few RGB LED fans, and you have a great foundation to start a build with. Follow along as we take a look at the AZZA Inferno 310.

Special thanks to AZZA for providing the Inferno 310 review sample.

Specifications

Model
Model Name Inferno
Model Number CSAZ-310
Specs
Type ATX Mid-Tower
Color Black (exterior) / Black (interior)
Side Panel Tempered glass side panel
Max CPU Cooler Height Up to 155mm
Max VGA Card Length Up to 380mm
Water cooling radiator Front: up to 280; Top: up to 360mm
Motherboard Compatibility ATX, Full ATX, Micro ATX
Power Supply Locations Rear Bottom
RGB light effects 2 x HURRICANE RGB fans
RGB logo plate and front panel
Expansion
External 5.25″ Drive Bays: 1
Internal 2.5″ Drive Bays Up to 4
Internal 3.5″ Drive Bays Up to 2
Expansion slots 7
Front Ports 2 x USB 3.0, HD Audio, Mic.
Cooling System 2x120mm AZZA HURRICANE RGB fan in front
1x120mm black fan in rear
Available Fan Ports
Front 2x120mm or 2x140mm
Top 3x120mm or 2x140mm
Rear 1x120mm or 1x140mm
Physical Specs
Dimensions(HxWxD) 480x205x475mm / 18.9×8.1×18.7(inch)
Weight 6.7kg
Carton Size (H x W x D) 544x274x538mm

Packaging

The Inferno 310 comes from AZZA in a brown cardboard box with a printed image of the case on each large side, and a specifications table on the ends. This design appears to be standard for AZZA, as our Storm 6000W was packaged similarly.

 
Inside the box we find the Inferno 310 wrapped in a protective plastic bag, and secured in place by two protective cardboard and foam blocks.

 
Accessories

Included with the Inferno 310 are a user manual and a small bag that contains various sizes of screws and standoffs, along with some zip ties for securing cables to the case’s internal structure.

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