You may not be ultra-familiar with the case producer Azza, but it surely’s made a little bit of a rep out of geometrically fascinating chassis designs. And the most recent lineup recent from the Computex show flooring is not any completely different.
It is vary of Pyramid chassis is the one you will doubtless recognise, but it surely has a number of different basic designs, such because the Dice (balanced precariously on one nook) and its Overdrive case (an open fashion chassis resembling a automobile engine). However the brand new Sanctum is the one which has caught my eye from its new instances.
It is one other showpiece chassis, with three sides of tempered glass, just like the Lian Li O11 Dynamic or NZXT H9 Elite, however not like these it packs all of the PC gubbins away in its base. That makes your motherboard and stand proud inside it—alongside together with your GPU, CPU, and cooler—whereas the mess of cables and PSU will be hidden away beneath.
That is what provides it the true 3D printer vibes, and makes it seem like it belongs in some lab. Perhaps that is why I am so into it, the PC mad professor factor.
The horizontal motherboard mount will give even probably the most mammoth GPU room to breath and cease it from tearing PCIe slots asunder because of their weight. And with room for GPUs as much as 400mm in size they ought to suit the case fairly nicely, too.
There’s ample alternative for cooling as nicely, with house for a 360mm radiator on the non-glass facet, and plenty of fan ports. It ships with 4 120mm ARGB followers, with two of them within the base, drawing chilly air in from the entrance to expel from the dual followers within the rear.
I am not fairly so into the brand new Mesa design. There’s one thing about its angles that hurts my mind after I see it, and it kinda seems to be just like the kind of PC case my nice uncle would design. Although he’d most likely have accomplished it in ceramic.
Anyhow, there’s presently no details about pricing simply but, or once they’ll really go on sale. So yeah, we nonetheless have questions…