AzzA Helios 910 Case Review :: System Build

12-03-2009 · Category: Hardware - Cases

By Benjamin Sun
  • AZZA Helios 910 case
  • Thermaltake Toughpower 850W PSU
  • EVGA nForce 750i SLI motherboard
  • 2GB Corsair CM2X1024-8500C5C DDR2 1066MHz memory
  • WD 36GB Raptor SATA HDD
  • LG 16X DVD-RW
  • ATI Radeon HD 3650 video card
  • Thermaltake CLP0537 CPU cooler

AzzA Helios 910 Case Review System build

System build

AzzA Helios 910 Case Review Front panel off DVD insertion

Front panel off DVD insertion

AzzA Helios 910 Case Review DVD insertion

DVD insertion

AzzA Helios 910 Case Review DVD installed

DVD installed


The system build is important to show how easy or hard it is to put together a system built with the case in question. The first step is to install the motherboard. This is easily done on the Helios 910 by using the included standoffs and screws. Optical drive installation is done by first removing the front panel of the case.


AzzA Helios 910 Case Review Motherboard mounted

Motherboard mounted

AzzA Helios 910 Case Review Components installed

Components installed

AzzA Helios 910 Case Review HDD rack

HDD rack

AzzA Helios 910 Case Review Rear of mounted HDD

Rear of mounted HDD


Opening the front panel is as easy as placing one hand on the bottom of the case in a socket behind the front panel, another on the top of the front panel and pulling outward to remove the front panel. Open the drive bay by pressing both clips together on the sides of the bay and pull the cover outwards. The next step is removing the side panels; slide the ODD into the selected spot all the way into the case and screw the drive in.


AzzA Helios 910 Case Review Rear ¾ side view

Rear ¾ side view

AzzA Helios 910 Case Review Right side sans door

Right side sans door

AzzA Helios 910 Case Review Completed system

Completed system

AzzA Helios 910 Case Review Rear of case

Rear of case


Installing the HDD(s) is easy as well. Simply unscrew the thumb screws from both sides of the HDD cage, pushing it outward or pulling it forward, slide the HDD into the cage and use the screws to secure the HDD into the cage. Slide the HDD cage back into its original position and fasten the thumb screws on both sides of the HDD cage. The PSU can be installed with either the fan in the upright or face down position.