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|04-25-2011, 12:52 AM||#1|
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AZZA Toledo 301 Mid-Tower Chassis Review
The sub-$100 chassis market is filled to the brim with selection, with the $70 price-point in particular being a total hotspot. AZZA, a relative new-comer to the chassis game, has a wide-variety of models available, with its $70 Toledo 301 being the most recent. Let's dive right in, and see if other $70 models have a reason to be wary.
You can read through Ryan's in-depth look at AZZA's Toledo 301 chassis and then discuss it here!
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