AKASA Infiniti Zor Gaming Case

On First Page2. The Case


Introduction


Not long ago we reviewed the Akasa Omega, a large high performance case designed to appeal mostly to hardware enthusiasts. While the Omega was a very good case, its simplistic appearance wouldn’t really attract modders and gamers. Today we will have a look at a case from Akasa designed to appeal exactly to these groups of people, the Infiniti Zor. The Infiniti Zor is designed to be visually appealing but also to offer superior thermal performance for high-end gaming systems. We are going to examine its ergonomics, thermal performance and overall quality in this review.

Manufacturer Features and Specifications

  • Aluminum front panel with full height mesh ventilation
  • Maxi view window side panel for system presentation
  • My way – Modular front panel design enables your unique style
  • More cooling – Mesh window for 2 fans and a location for watercooling radiator
  • Quiet HDD – anti vibration tool free HDD mounting
  • Dust free – washable intake fans filters eliminates dust build up
  • Spacious case design with easy access from both sides
Colour
Smooth black
Material
Steel body, aluminium front, mesh
Compatible motherboard types
ATX, Micro ATX & Extended ATX
5.25” external bays
11
3.5” removable HDD bays
6 (2x 3HDD cage)
3.5” removable FDD bays
1
Fans included
3 blue-LED fans (120x25mm)
Fan Speed
1200 RPM
Fan airflow
47.98 CFM
Fan noise
23.1 dB(A)
Dust management
2 washable air intake filters
USB ports
2
IEEE1394 ports
1
HD Audio
1x in/out (AC’97 compatible)
eSATA ports
1
Dimension
523 x 205 x 540mm (H x W x L)
Weight
10.5kg
Product code
AK-BKINF-02

Packaging and Bundle

The Akasa Infinity Zor is supplied in a large and heavy package which betrays the size of the case. The cardboard box is thick and the case is secured between two hard Styrofoam pieces which should be enough to protect the case during transportation despite its relatively heavy weight. Plenty of information and technical specifications about the case can be found at the rear.

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