AzzA Helios 910 Case Review :: Interior

12-03-2009 · Category: Hardware - Cases

By Benjamin Sun

Opening up the case is a simple matter of removing the thumb screws and pulling on the side of the case. AZZA went the extra mile with this case in having the inside painted as well as the exterior. Many manufacturers simply paint the outside of the case leaving the interior the same drab gray color of the metal used in the case.


AzzA Helios 910 Case Review side open

side open

AzzA Helios 910 Case Review open lying down

open lying down

AzzA Helios 910 Case Review Motherboard tray

Motherboard tray

AzzA Helios 910 Case Review Rear of tray

Rear of tray


Opening up the case is a simple matter of removing the thumb screws and pulling on the side of the case. AZZA went the extra mile with this case in having the inside painted as well as the exterior. Many manufacturers simply paint the outside of the case leaving the interior the same drab gray color of the metal used in the case.


AzzA Helios 910 Case Review Facing forward

Facing forward

AzzA Helios 910 Case Review HDD Rack

HDD Rack

AzzA Helios 910 Case Review Fan on HDD rack

Fan on HDD rack

AzzA Helios 910 Case Review HDD rack interior

HDD rack interior


The motherboard tray is designed to fit motherboards of ATX, E-ATX, and Micro-ATX sizes. There are two raised standoffs that don’t need to be installed. There is plenty of room to install long video cards into the case. Two holes on the right side and a third hole on the bottom area of the case for proper cable management.

The motherboard area has seven slots for PCI devices. Each slot cover is held in place by a thumb screw continuing the easy installation of the motherboard. The PSU is located on the bottom of the case and the AZZA Helios 910 can hold a full length Power Supply Unit without issue. The drive area of the case can hold up to 9 5.25” drives or 5 5.25” drives and four 3.5” drives in a HDD rack. Each is installed using a thumb screw or regular screw.