Akasa Infiniti Zor Case


The case is a fairly simple design, and doesn't go over the top with giant grilles and fans, nor is the side window in a peculiar shape or the power button on the top panel. The rear of the case features the usual bundle of mounting holes and ports, as well as two tubing holes for water-cooling enthusiasts with external radiators.
Akasa Infiniti front view Akasa Infiniti Zor rear view
The ‘Infiniti’ Logo is located on the flip down-flap that conceals the front panel connectors. Behind the flap you will find the following ports: Firewire, SATA, USB and Headphone & Microphone Jacks. In the middle is the clip for holding the flap shut and the reset switch. Having the reset switch here means it cannot easily be knocked or pushed. Below the flap is the power button along with the power and HDD LED’s.
Infiniti Zor logo Infiniti Zor front panel connectors
The top of the case houses a grille, which at first seems to be there simply as a duct. However, on closer inspection you can see little tabs dotted around the inside, accessible from inside the case. This allows you to pull out the grille and screw in 2 120mm fans. This could also be used to house a dual 120mm radiator, although without one at hand we weren’t able to test this.
Fan grille Drive bay image
With the case having room for six hard disks and four 5.25" components, we’d best press on with discovering how the internals of this case are laid out.
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Most Recent Comments

02-10-2008, 07:13:01

I thought this would have been a good case :/

Oh well.Quote

02-10-2008, 07:17:21

Nice review guys, and you're honest.

Not a good case unless you like your silicon cooked and your hard drives noisy.Quote

02-10-2008, 15:12:40

Yup, its just, the ideas all seemed to be there, just the attention to detail was poor.Quote

02-10-2008, 15:37:47

i guess your shipment of fail has arrived!Quote

02-10-2008, 16:47:59

looks gorgeous

but missing in a lot of vital area's


my Akasa mirrage is a gorgeous case

they've really let themselves down this time

good, HONEST review...not summet you see so much anymore, everyone seems to give good scores to pieces of crap...

nice to see someone with a hold on reality Quote

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