Azza is known for making some of the most unique cases in the PC market. Today, Azza announced the OPUS 809 open-air ATX chassis and it doesn’t dissapoint. The OPUS 809 looks more like modern art than a PC case featuring two aluminum bands for the framework and tempered glass (can be positioned either vertically or horizontally). With support for up to 360 mm long triple-slot GPUs, a 360 mm radiator, and ATX power supplies, the OPUS 809 is a versatile and capable platform. Azza has listed the MSRP at $349.99 and is available through Amazon and Newegg. Please, continue reading Azza’s press release below.
Azza just announced the REGIS 902, a unique mid-size cube ATX chassis. The REGIS 902 is an original design that looks more like a piece of art rather than a computer cabinet. At the forefront of its features is the addressable RGB infinity mirror front panel. It’s not all looks though, with the ability to house 210 mm tall CPU coolers, two 240/280 mm liquid coolers, and up to 336 mm graphics cards, the REGIS 902 is capable of housing some powerful builds.