AZZA Ragnarok 801 Dual System Case Review: Page 6 of 7

Posted by Mike Holsapple on Wednesday, November 21, 2018 - 8:00am

System Configuration & Build

Items used in this build:

Main system

● EVGA x99 classified EATX Motherboard with 5820k

● EVGA 980ti SC graphics card

● Thermaltake Ttoughpower RGB 750w PSU

● EKWB Supremacy Evo x99 water block

● XSPC photon 170 w/pump reservoir

● Alphacool NexXxoS UT60 Full Copper 240mm Radiator

● 3x Thermaltake Riing Plus 120mm RGB fans


ITX System

● MSI Gaming Pro Carbon AC with 7700k

● Cooler Master MA G100M RGB Low Profile CPU Air Cooler

● Samsung m.2

● Rosewill 550w PSU

● Elgato hd60


I grabbed and installed the biggest motherboard that I own I still had a ton of space for extra things. The only thing that I could think of doing was to water cool this case. I found my thickest radiator that I had and mounted that in the case with some Thermaltake Riing Plus fans for the added RGB glow. Next was to figure out the easiest orientation for the large pump/res combo that I had. Best case scenario for this large pump/res was to mount it standing up next to the radiator. That still left a ton of space in the case for hard drives or SSD's. If I had enough gear, I was contemplating watercooling the ITX system as well. One thing to note, make sure that you install the ITX system first if you are planning on using one. I ran into some clearance issues with the large E-ATX motherboard covering some of the screw holes for the standoffs. Luckily the main system didn’t cover any major connectors needed, but based on your motherboard this could become and issues. Keep that in mind when determining the proper hardware for this case. Here are a couple of shots with the systems powered up.

AZZA Ragnarok 801 Dual system ATX ITX Case

AZZA Ragnarok 801 Dual system ATX ITX Case