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AZZA Toledo 301 Case Review
Author: Gabriel Torres 30,540 views
Type: Reviews Last Updated: May 20, 2011
Page: 1 of 7
Introduction
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The AZZA Toledo 301 is a mid-tower case that comes with a “250 mm” fan on its left-side panel and a terrific price tag. Let’s see if it gets our recommendation.



AZZA Toledo 301 case
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Figure 1: AZZA Toledo 301 case

AZZA Toledo 301 case
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Figure 2: AZZA Toledo 301 case

The left-side panel is meshed and comes with a “250 mm” fan installed, which glows blue when turned on. The problem is that, as usual, 250 mm is the distance between the holding screws, not the size of the fan. This fan actually measures 210 mm. It uses a standard peripheral power connector, so it must be installed directly on the power supply. No technical specifications for this fan were provided. Unfortunately, the case doesn’t have an air filter for this fan. You can, if you want, replace this fan with two 120 mm or 140 mm fans.

AZZA Toledo 301 case
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Figure 3: The left-side panel

AZZA Toledo 301 case
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Figure 4: The “250 mm” fan

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